Armonia Hotel

Address: 1 Armonias St., Athens, Attica, 16671, Greece | 4 star hotel
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    The end of the adventure - Athens

    A travel blog entry by missmm_2206 on Jul 06, 2015

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    ... seems that most of the worlds media is also liking the Amalia location, there are TV trucks everywhere, cables, microphones, and satellite dishes all over the shop. Obviously there is a huge focus on the Greek capital at the moment. The people don't seem to be too angry or upset. There are not protesters or rioting happening. There is, however evidence of the referendum in lots of the public spaces - graffiti, stickers, placards, banners, all still around, even ...

    Athena Termina and Europe Blog Epilogue

    A travel blog entry by tyesteinbach on Jun 03, 2015

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    ... and Sweata from Boston, who had recently returned from their fairly colossal - and wildly chromatic - wedding in western India. We talked for at least an hour about marriages and weddings and cultures and jobs and whatnot. And, yes, the lighted Parthenon was visible in the distance. But it would be a lot closer the next three nights. On those, our final three nights in Europe, we stayed at the Athens Gate Hotel, located about 300 meters from the east side of ...

    Sweaty Backs, Old School Athens, Traveler's "tan"

    A travel blog entry by tannerjess on May 04, 2015

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    ... shouting at one another when they talk and giving persistent arm movements - it reminded J and I a lot of New York in those regards. That said we made it through the different little side streets and onto Syntagma Square. As our boy Angelo told us last night when we arrived at this place (loose dude) Athens is essentially two big triangles of areas. Ancient Athens and Modern Athens. Syntagma Square is basically the divider of the two triangles. ...

    Day 30 - Athens

    A travel blog entry by yaffa on Aug 24, 2014

    ... the warrior, because I knew all about the G-ds etc. After 2hours in this beautiful air conditioned we went out into the heat and climbed the long pathway to The Acropolis Hill, walking thru the west wall which is the entry and exit, saw the Parthenon, explored the relics lots of photos and then we bid farewell to tour and made our way back to the hotel on our own we could then do our own exploring, as we knew our hotel was not ...


    A travel blog entry by thesunroseclear on Aug 15, 2014

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    ... the Parthenon has more columns. Do you think they took some of them away?" I wouldn't put it past them. At 12 euros, the Acropolis is hardly worth it, but there are a lot of people up there, slipping, sliding and stumbling. Unless you want a better view of the souvenir shops in the Plaka, there isn't much to see. Which is a better investment, going in, or staying outside with the two glasses of chilled orange juice that you can get for the same money? ...