Acropolis Ami Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Concierge desk
- High-speed internet in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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The forecast is for rain today. We plan to get the bus into Athens and explore. We walked Logan around the block, there are a lot if orange, lemon, and grapefruit trees lining the streets, they are still full of fruit, some dropping into the gutter. Such a waste! I take one of the lemons home and will make a lemon tart with it. The bus stop is opposite the campsite and we were able to ...
... and sat down to use the Wi-Fi right as it started to rain. As it didn’t look like the rain was going to be stopping we headed back out to look for more shops. We ended up spending a large portion of time in H&M (there were two different ones!). After all, they say the easiest way to blend into the local European fashion is to shop at the nearest H&M. After a day of shopping we headed back to the ...
This site contained the remains of a number
of buildings and roads that were central to ancient Athens, including the agora itself, the Pan
Athenaic way which was named after the procession which took place during the
festival of the Panathenaia. This festival was celebrated once every year
and started on Athena's birthday and the anniversary of ...
... have been thunderstorms late in the afternoon, drenching some parts of Athens . Fingers crossed for our visit.
We took a cab to the New Acropolis Museum on Dionysiou Areopagitou Street in the city centre area to join a "free" walking tour that I had found online some months ago. The service offered is similar to that offered in many other European capitals. Roz and I have taken many of these over the years in Paris, London and Rome and have been very happy ...
... responded with the traditional Greek response. He even said hello to us when we got back after dinner. It was very encouraging. If he's there tomorrow I might try and say hello in greek :). He sent us to this amazing little tavern for dinner. The food was incredibly cheap and we were even given bread, dip and watermelon for free. The place was called Alexander The Great. It is a very relaxed little restaurant with an open roof and friendly ...