Apollonia Hotel Apartments
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... to explore Iceland in the summer, to witness the nature's awakening after the icy winter and marvel at the midnight sun after a glacier trek that leads -where else- to the top of the glacier
* a visit back to magical Egypt, to visit the new Egyptian museum (currently under construction) and reach its far southern boarder to visit the breathtaking temple of Abu Sibel
* a roadtrip through Scotland's lakes, a taste of which I took through a short but amazing day out of Edinburg, back in ...
... Greece (29/7 to 1/8)
We went to Santorini by ferry and settled into another great airbnb apartment (unfortunately no pool - but hey, we were spoilt in Hersonissos). It was Blake´s and my second time in Santorini yet the views were no less amazing, particularly from our balconies and terrace.
We got up to a bit besides good food and drinks. We hired some ATVs and explored the island, visited the black and red beaches for a dip ...
... were incredible. They got straight back on another plane after 14 hours on the first one, and settled in.
We're now in Athens and loving every second of it. The kids are going to post daily - but they had a massive sleep (which they needed) and are still pumping out the zzzz's whilst I am wide awake at 4:30am. ...
... through the National Gardens
After an afternoon siesta, we walked to Mount Lycabettus, caught the funicular to the top and enjoyed wonderful views of the city with the Acropolis as the centrepiece.
Nice Greek meal in Plaka with Greek music and some plate smashing (opa!) Our hotel room has a balcony with a great view of the Acropolis which is all lit up at night.
... roped off. Yes, I was one of those kids who climbed trees. The only reason I stopped is because we moved to a house without climbable trees.
It was nice to have a change from pure archaeological history to the more mythical elements which Greece is known for. It was also good to get out of the city and experience a bit of clean, fresh air. On the drive in and out of Athens I saw that ...