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Travel Blogs from Athens
So today early ferry ride which meant more card Ames and another milkshake yay hahah then back to the hotel we stayed at our first night and quickly tried to Skype everyone then off on a bus/walking tour of Athens. Where we passed the original Olympic stadium which is so much smaller than how I imagined it! Also went to the Acropolis ancient ruins which was cool ...
... from Aswan, more than 800 km away. The second largest Pyramid at Giza was constructed for Cheops' son, and is only slightly smaller at 136 metres in height. The Pyramid of Cheops was the tallest man-made structure in the world for over 3,800 years, and is the only one of the seven ancient wonders of the world that is still largely intact. Incredible.
The Pyramids were, as you might expect, pretty amazing, and given the religious holiday ...
... directs us to a restaurant within two blocks of the hotel, "just in case". As we walk to the restaurant, we see police in full riot gear with shields, billy clubs, padding on their shins, arms and bullet proof vests. Gavin has a LOT of questions. We eat a wonderful dinner and return to the hotel hoping that tomorrow our presence as tourists are welcomed, and that our visit is a safe one.
... daughters if Roman, living in Athens around 400 AD and given half the chance! Apparently the ornate columns (karyatides forming the Porch of Maidens) within the Erechtheion, are depicting the protectors of the temple, brought to life in a procession of (virgin slave) women chosen every 4 years to carry new dresses up to the cult statues to re-dress them…. quite an honour for the family for a daughter to be chosen for the procession. As with so many ancient buildings, ...
... Athens was like at night. I started the night out by taking the metro to the Gazi district of the city. This area is located by the Technopolis and contains many bars filled with young people. I then went to walk through Thissio and Monastiraki to get some dinner and people watch. These two areas are filled with restaurants that have Greek cuisine and could easily be used as a resting stop during a day in the city. I ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking