Anixis

Address: 23 Marathonos Ave, Athens, Attica, 14565, Greece | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on 23 Marathonos Ave, Athens, is near The Goulandris Museum of Natural History, Marathon Battlefield and Museum, Chocolaterie Kifissia, and Zoulovits.
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Travel Blogs from Athens

The Ruins of Ancient Greece

A travel blog entry by jeffandamanda on Mar 23, 2015

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... and they really are friendly. My mind had painted a picture of hungry, mangy animals scouring and pestering. That is not the case.

When we saw this large white dog, looking much like our Norman, he had a red ball in his mouth. Jeff and I assumed he belonged to one of the people walking along with us. There are some dogs with owners and many being walked on leashes. But this guy drops his ball and it begins to roll down the gradual incline. He chased it and ...

Dining at the Galaxy of the Hilton

A travel blog entry by greekcypriot on Dec 16, 2014

1 comment, 25 photos

... before asking to taste it, the flavor of this was a surprise not to be missed. Marinated in wild oak tree honey and black truffle with Jerusalem artichokes puree. Every bite leaves an exquisite taste of satisfaction. €45.00.

We paired the above dish with an Agioritiko wine from the Palivos winery in Nemea. Dense aroma of black cherries and vanilla with hints of milk, chocolate and burnt wood. Bottle costs €47.00. Glass €13.00.

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Greek word.

A travel blog entry by cjwagsy on Oct 10, 2014

1 comment

... side gate to the Acropolis, we decided to make things easy and go right on in. It's amazing. Unfortunately, as with most pre-Christian religious sites, it has been burned and torn down and converted and used to build other things, so there's not much left relative to what there used to be, but none the less it's still impressive. And because of its importance in Ancient Greek culture there is a huge a huge undertaking to restore the Acropolis, especially the Parthenon, which means ...

Athens and we finally reach Xania

A travel blog entry by davetamara on Sep 26, 2014

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... in what should have been adequate time. We began checking in
at the kiosk and a young man turned up to help us which was just as well, as
instead of getting boarding passes and luggage labels, we got a piece of paper
saying Dave was checked in and Tamara was on standby. The young man directed us
to a counter, where the staff did not want ...

The big time

A travel blog entry by jasonandjamie on Sep 21, 2014

136 photos

... in Athens.

The Temple of Olympian Zeus was pretty cool just because of its sheer size. We walked in and took a seat in the shade to recover before heading further east to the stadium. We had a slight annoyance in that the hostel guy had told us the multi ticket we bought would cover the stadium but it didn't, but didn't cost too much so not the end of the world. The Stadium was really cool and one of the highlights of the old stuff (from first modern ...