Aquamarina Hotel

Address: 55 Leoforos Possidonos, Mati, Attica, 19005, Greece | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 55 Leoforos Possidonos, Mati, is near Schinias Beach and Marathon Battlefield and Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Mati

    Exploring Athens (and shopping)

    A travel blog entry by lrbeard on Jul 23, 2015

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    ... when we stumbled across a tortoise! It was so weird! Eloise and Annika picked him up for a bit and he looked somewhat disgruntled. Once inside the stadium we took lots of pictures and then got a fairly intense history lesson from our guide. He went a little overboard if I'm honest. It think he just loves sharing Greece with people. Again he covered lots of stuff I knew but there were some interesting points. I liked that the term idiot is Greek. It used to be a ...


    A travel blog entry by janerob55 on Jul 11, 2015

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    ... its completion in AD 131 and sits behind Hadrians Arch . I tried to get a shot of the temple with the Acropolis in the background but the bus went to fast. We then arrived at the Acropolis. Acro means high and polis means city so high city and that it is as it sits high above the city of Athens . The first temples were built during the Mycenaen era in homage to the goddess Athena . People lived on the Acropolis until the late 6th BC but in 510 BC the Delphic oracle declared ...

    Welcome to Athens and the Greek Crossroads

    A travel blog entry by odie1 on Jul 02, 2015

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    ... don't decide to leave the Eurozone but they would prefer to stay in. One statement he made, which I found utterly flabbergasting, was that they haven't been told what exactly they will be voting for, what a "yes" or "no" vote means in the long run. He said the Greek people have not been told what they can expect to happen as a result of their votes; what it means for their future-absolutely mind boggling! I had told him that looking around, things seem to be what one would consider ...

    Departure Athens

    A travel blog entry by jonadams on Mar 22, 2015

    3 comments, 4 photos

    ... Zues and each City would provide a champion to compete in the games every 4 years. People would travel from all over the known world to attend the games. The stadium was an area approximately 600 metres long. Left Olympia and travelling to Delphi via the Ionian coast through the city of Patra across the new suspension bridge. Went to the Temple of Apollo. Incredible views from the temple across the valley and mountains. Stayed the night in Delphi a quant little town on the side of ...

    Day 175

    A travel blog entry by dream-catcher on Jan 23, 2015

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    ... any barriers and not clipped on to a line. On the top floor we watched a short video about the history and images of how the acropolis would have looked before entering the gallery. This has been built to represent the parthenon, the relief sculptures of the Parthenon frieze are exhibited in continuous sequence, depicting the Panatheniac procession. The metopes, marble slab reliefs show representations from Greek mythology and are exhibited between ...