Athens City Hotel

Address: Patision 232, Athens, Attica, 11256, Greece | 2 star hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Athens

    Goodbye Poros....Hello Athens

    A travel blog entry by annieallison on Jun 26, 2015

    6 photos

    ... bombed with 10 people killed, a Frenchman beheaded and his head stuck on a wire and the horrific seaside tourist bombing in Tunisia where at least 27 on the beach were gunned down. OMG what's the world coming to!?
    It struck me that it doesn't matter where you are from, as usual the BBC reporters ask the most ridiculous questions of those at the scene...."did you feel a bit scared!?" Yes, I think they would have!!
    6pm and we were pretty hungry ...

    Day 32 - Athena

    A travel blog entry by masonsineurope on Apr 26, 2015

    36 photos

    ... remember much of the art pieces but got my pic taken with a KTM 990 Dakar bike – wow great ride and good spotting.

    We got off the bus at the first and original Olympic Stadium built for the first ever games in 1896. With two tiers and 24 rows, it could hold a total of around 60,000 people. It weighs over 85,000 metric tonnes.* The Greek Olympics in 2004 used new stadiums and purpose built arenas for their sporting activities ...

    Tortoise on the Acropolis

    A travel blog entry by lauraandmikey on Nov 07, 2014

    24 photos

    ... is made even more significant when you think that it was built almost 2500 years ago. Unfortunately there are cranes and scaffolding in and around the columns, a permanent feature it would seem, which does somewhat lessen the impact of the monumental structure, but it is impressive nonetheless, and without a doubt is a lasting and timeless symbol of Ancient Greece and all that surrounds that. Although it does diminish the visual effect of seeing the Parthenon ...

    Robbed in Athens

    A travel blog entry by toml on Oct 22, 2014


    ... another. Jo asked about my wallet and I touched it in my trousers. It was OK. Protocol: Wallet securely velcroed in my front pocket. I thought, "Wow, I just avoided getting pick-pocketed!" Our stop came up and I maneuvered to get Joanne in place to go before me. Joanne has the passports in her neck pouch. Protocol: Money belts! Money belts and/or money neck strap pouches! We use them. Joanne left the train but when I tried to get out I ...

    Athens, Greece

    A travel blog entry by lowolff on Sep 18, 2014

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... Sea! We were picked up at the airport and taken to our hotel (Best Western Plaza Hotel) in our own bus. We had a clear view of the coastline of Turkey from the road.

    After settling in, we all went for a walk and had a wonderful dinner at a street cafe. We were all overtired and a little (?!) giddy.

    It'll be an early day tomorrow ... So until then ...

    Ancient Greek Wisdom: Success is dependent on effort - Sophocles 5th Century BCE