Apollonia Hotel Apartments
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Refrigerator in room
- Outdoor pool
- Multilingual staff
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... than a cookie to enjoy while we are back there. Some things we have learnt: Stray dogs and cats are everywhere and they are looked after really well here, vets go around once a month to check on them and give them injections when needed...restaurants also leave bowls of food out each night for them, so they are living a pretty good life. Policeman here are models and we were tempted to do something potentially illegal just to be frisked.. Yet again I'm now the ...
... you're okay", then again walking down the corridor I hear
"Relax, are you hot? Calm down". If one more person told me to relax I was either going to crack it or just break down. I took some deep breaths and did relax and found my seat, annoyingly in between two people so no sleep for me! I turned on a movie straight away, chomped on some pretzels and was back to normal in no time - good old distraction. The flight went for ever. It ...
Today I went to see a museum that is considered on of Greece's most important musem, the Numismatic Musem. The Numismatic musem's contents are coins of modern, ancient, and old time periods. The musem has some of the most well preserved Greek coin on the planet, with some ancient coins looking even new. ...
... got the timing right for the bus; although we both had different times we thought we should have met at the designated meeting point. We walked up and down the main pathway looking for our group to no avail. So after about 40 minutes we found some spare seats in bus 26. About 200m down the road I saw Anne taking pictures in the middle of the street, so we alighted in the traffic jam and re-joined our lot of bus 15. Seems we didn’t hold ...
... of the largest in the ancient world, and lies in a big open enclosure in which 16 of the original impressive 17 metre high columns are preserved, one of which lies on the ground after falling after a storm. Nearby is an arched gateway called Hadrian's Arch, built to honour the emperor Hadrian who oversaw the completion of the temple which through history took over 700 years to build.
We'd heard that the new Acropolis museum was very worthwhile, and ...