Apollonia Hotel Apartments
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Refrigerator in room
- Outdoor pool
- Multilingual staff
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... sits on the street level and is absolutely huge. There are several of the columns left standing and one that is lying on its side in large chunks – like someone sliced it up in nearly equal pieces. Around the edge of the grassy area are other large pieces that have been excavated and may even be identified.
Near the Temple is the area called the National Gardens. We walked through a portion of it, but really because it was on our way to the First ...
... Out of the three desserts I tried, I found the Chocolate Soufflé quite dry and flat for my taste. I would expected it to be flavorsome and spongy and it was not. €14.00.
I loved though the presentation and delicate taste of the Pear Tart with the caramel sauce topping. The dessert was accompanied by Green tea ice cream. A light and very aromatic dessert worth trying. €11.00.
The last temptation the Hazel-nut Praline tube of chocolate ...
... under construction for approximately 300 years (possibly a slight exaggeration by dear George), so there's a lot of scaffolding on the Parthenon itself (note: that construction is supposed to be done in the next year so I will be back if for nothing else than to see it in all its glory at some point in my life). The coolest part of the grounds around the Acropolis in my opinion is the theater of Dionysus, the original theater, and man oh man would I kill to get the chance to watch ...
... do with us and directed
us to another counter where they directed us to another counter. This seemed to
be the place where they dealt with “problems”, as the person in front of us was
collecting a large number of baggage labels, presumably for a tour or sports
group. Eventually he finished and the young lady began looking at ...
... since the first modern Olympics.
We took a meandering route back through the botanic gardens on the verge of fainting from heat stroke and hunger and stopped in at the first cafe we saw for some much needed Greek salad and tzatziki. It was a bit ponsy and a bit pricey - not a place we would usually look twice at, but were past caring by that point. Despite this, it was all very delicious. The salad was huge and magical, tzatziki was fresh and creamy and ...