Argo Hotel & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... so far with our new friend while we waited to go through the gate and on the little bus thing that took us to the plane. It was a little propeller plane like the ones we catch out of Devonport. The flight was only short, just over an hour so just enough time to play some iPad games and enjoy our on board snack. The only airport thing of note was another passport check and then we met our transfer driver. His English wasn't great and he really confused ...
... As it turns out, it was a good decision for two reasons. First, our dinner was delicious (even if portion size left us joking we would have to get some, what we termed "protest food," from the kebab vendors in the Square afterwards). But the piece d'resistance was the dessert, Strawberry Five Ways, which arrived on a 2'x2' framed platter topped off with a "smoking" silver chalice. It was off the charts and Jenny was just delighted! Second, the crowds were ...
... main building, of course, was next - this was the Olympic Stadium itself. The stadium looked in a bad repair from the outside, however the stadium itself is used by AEK Athens football team whilst they gain funding for new one. This meant we couldn't get too close to it, but it definitely looked impressive.
The whole site was a little depressing - that something that was once such a hive of activity and excitement could be left to rot and ...
... he spent a while 'playing' with his new purchases- a WIFI amplifier, a replacement battery for the netbook and winter chains that he purchased today. In the evening we sorted out more of our spring itinerary and paid some bills. We're looking for some where secure to store Dream Catcher whilst we are in Nepal and Namibia, if you have any suggestions, offers or ideas please message of email us. Feeling very tired from our early start we were in our soft bed nice and ...
... there were 24 monasteries and today six are active religious sites Strictly speaking they are mostly convents now. We visited 2 - one of which had a tiny chapel full of original frescoes and the other featured a painter on scaffolding restoring the artwork.
By 11 am we were on the road for Athens - a 6 hour drive. Most of us dozed the afternoon away. As we drew closer to Athens Maria recapped ...