Address: 23 Marathonos Ave, Athens, Attica, 14565, Greece | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 23 Marathonos Ave, Athens, is near The Goulandris Museum of Natural History, Marathon Battlefield and Museum, Zoulovits, and Cellier.
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Travel Blogs from Athens

Viv's Story: Mediterranean Cruise: Day 5

A travel blog entry by knudsentrips on Jun 18, 2015

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... impressive! We couldn't believe that the marble came from a near by island, it had to be dug up at the island, boated across, hauled up the Acropolis and put carefully into place, all the while not breaking, chipping or cracking it. It seemed like a lot of work to me. Then we walked back down the hill to meet Chantel, we then walked up another hill and viewed a beautifully preserved Greek marketplace. On the way to the car we got Greek yogurt and smoothies. ...

What a mistake(another). Well at least we got here

A travel blog entry by anlnewby on Jun 08, 2015

... one we had turned up for. Thank god there were still seats. And by the time we boarded we found out the flight was full. Thank god. A bit of a waste of €260 but worse things could have happened. We arrived at Mykonos at 7pm and got a transfer to the hotel, where we got to pick our hotel room. A first ever I think. We settled into our room and walked down to the beach area for a short stroll and dinner. We settled for a wood-oven pizza. Time for bed. Thank god we made it to the beach ...

Enjoying the Athenian sunshine

A travel blog entry by leaha on May 02, 2015

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... very pretty, esp lit up at night. Our first full day in Athens (Sunday) was spent on a hop on hop off bus tour (22euro) cheaper than London or Liverpool. We went up to the Acropolis and Parthenon and discovered the bite of the Athenian sunshine... well I did, Kristelle not so much. The Parthenon is incredible!! It was built in 480BC and the whole thing is dedicated to the patron god Athena, sadly her statue ...

Last Day in Santorini!

A travel blog entry by darnold on Mar 13, 2015

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... at the airport and flew back to Athens where we spent our last night. Our last meal was rooster cooked in a tomato sauce. I’m not sure who was more surprised, me, that they served rooster or the server, who couldn’t believe that I had never eaten it. It was very good and tender, just like a chicken's thigh or leg that we are accustomed to eating.

The big time

A travel blog entry by jasonandjamie on Sep 21, 2014

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The next day was leaving day so we smashed it out to the Piraeus on the metro with all of our 47 million bags. It was just as busy out there than in central town... if not busier. We sorted where we had to be and we had plenty of time so grabbed a drink and what ended up being quite the pricey lunch... a few sticks of souvlaki ended up costing more than we would usually spend for dinner. But that's what you get at the gateway for all the big islands. Poros bound!