Artemis Rooms

Aghia Marina, Aegina, Saronic Gulf Islands, ., Greece | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Aghia Marina, Aegina, is near Temple of Aphaia.
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    A travel blog entry by shockie13 on Sep 12, 2013

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    ... on our first night so wandered up the street looking for an easy meal to take back to our room. Within 100 metres we found a small kebab type joint that appeared to be frequented by mostly locals. We ordered a chicken Gyros each (I was pronouncing this 'gyro' for a day or two before realising it was more like 'u-ross', however the Greek people are too friendly to be offended and knew what I wanted). This is like a kebab but thicker, with pita bread and they even put French ...

    Contiki - Athens (A proposal & a farewell)

    A travel blog entry by fleaber on Jul 06, 2013

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    ... find our way/stumble back to the hotel. We had to be up early the next day to do a tour of the Acropolis and then say farewell to our group. When we got up the next morning, I said to Matt, "You do realize this means we have to get married??" He just laughed and told me that he had realized that. We said goodbye to some of our new friends, like Du Toit and Anina from South Africa and Elleise from Newcastle. The remainder of the group jumped, very hungover, onto the bus. The tour ...

    Athens - it's all Greek to me !!

    A travel blog entry by dougo on Jul 02, 2013

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    ... whew – just made it! After we chatted to someone for a little while it was 2pm and time to eat. Pub lunch would have been nice but I didn't want Fish and Chips nor the Ploughman’s lunch which IMO is not a Ploughman’s lunch.

    We went to Horizon Court, ran into Slavic and asked for his recommendations and took him up on them. Although it was hot, we decided to eat out on deck under cover at Horizon Court on the Port side which had more shade ...


    A travel blog entry by lrbeard on Mar 13, 2013

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    ... slaves were freed this would be documented on the wall. So I could touch stuff that was carved into the stone over 2500 years ago! We then got to the actual temple. Originally it had 6 columns either end and 15 down each side but only a few are standing today. This was where the guide left us so the steep walk up the hill to the theatre and the stadium we did on our own. From the top we also had a pretty good view down over the rest of the sanctuary so we took lots ...

    Athens, a little bit of excitement

    A travel blog entry by elysetopher on Oct 09, 2012

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    ... 2 hours since the last tear gas had been thrown, when we got out side our noses ran like a hose, our eyes itched and our throats felt raw. We could only imagine how bad it would be getting tear gas thrown directly at you. Unfortunately some of the girls we met on our tour had to experience that earlier last week. They didn't realise what was happening and popped up from the tube straight into the riot. Tomorrow we leave Athens. I don't think we will be back here in a ...

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