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

I fell in love and their name is moussaka

A travel blog entry by fwyatt on Aug 09, 2015

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... out! We ventured out into the busy side of Athens, jam packed streets, loads of restaurants and roses for sale by children everywhere. We walked to this lovely resteraunt where you could see the sunset and the view of the path, the atmosphere was on point and we're excited for our tour dinner. So much food! Delicious! Never tried a dalmati before because let's face it they look like a leaf with who knows what in it... However I'm living on the edge a bit at the ...

Let’s go home

A travel blog entry by on Jun 19, 2015

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... time. The bus then drove at 20km/h around what felt like the whole airport until we finally arrived at a gate which happened to be at the total opposite end from where I needed to be! I jumped off the bus and started sprinting (in my slippery sandals) towards my gate. They made us pass through baggage checks again then I continued to run. The stress and asthma were getting to me though and I was struggling. Thank goodness for those ...

The Beautiful trip to Greece (School Project)

A travel blog entry by dakotakluwe on May 06, 2015

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... of Greece. I bought many little gadgets while in Greece, totaling to about $430 USD which converts to 386.01 Euros. I learned a lot on this trip to Greece, I myself love Greece's culture and ancient architecture, I learned many myths and legends you wouldn't find in the history books. So all up in total, starting with $4000 USD, and ending with $1,799, Only used $2,201.

Day 32 - Athena

A travel blog entry by masonsineurope on Apr 26, 2015

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... of the tussle of the gods; and because she gave them this very early democratic right – the people chose Athena which legend has it bore the name of the capital city as well.

One corner of the Erechtheion building it is said the original Olive Tree sprung up in honour of Athena and was the mother of all Olive Trees. Whilst the original is gone, one has been planted in its spot and growing very nicely.

Malani and I ...

Tortoise on the Acropolis

A travel blog entry by lauraandmikey on Nov 07, 2014

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... make it that far! We made a quick detour to check out the awesome central markets, which had separate areas for fruit and veg (plus olives and spices), seafood and meat. It was pretty chaotic with stall holders yelling out over the top of each other, and an amazing array of colours, sights and smells all around us. Everything looked so fresh, excellent quality and cheap! You could get every type of animal (and parts of those animals) under the sun! I know where I'd ...