Athens City Hotel

Address: Patision 232, Athens, Attica, 11256, Greece | 2 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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    ... the National Archaeological Museum of Athens. Another, amazing place, with sculptures, pottery, frescos, marble everywhere - such a great visit. Really glad we got to go here.

    Several hours later we emerge from the museum and head back to the hotel for a well earned rest. Walking on marble, I have found, is really ******* the feet. Nice to have a lie down and put my feet up for a bit. Because, then we head out again for dinner (gyros and pita and ...

    Athena Termina and Europe Blog Epilogue

    A travel blog entry by tyesteinbach on Jun 03, 2015

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    ... Hadron's Arch, Hadron's Library, and the Temple of Olympian Zeus. Did I miss something? Maybe. In any case the big draw is the Acropolis, complete with the Parthenon, which currently has loads of scaffolding (and tourists) around it, as restoration proceeds into the foreseeable future. This is the zenith of architecture from the Golden Age of Athens (let's call it the 500-300 BC, though some specify it as 480-404 BC). It was the time of Socrates and Plato ...

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

    A travel blog entry by tannerjess on May 04, 2015

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    ... refurbished as well as is it is only partially built as well. For reference the Acropolis took 647 years to build and still wasn't/ isn't finished - that's a WOW MOM moment if I have one for the day. Zeus must have been one bad man as his temple was set to be the biggest of it's kind, such monster pillars of marble laid sprawled out from Earthquakes of times past. Following Zeus and His pillars (because let's face it, temple isn't a correct ...

    Our big fat Greek adventure

    A travel blog entry by travellingshoes on Aug 24, 2014

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    ... smooth and slippery. As we were walking in Susan was asked to put her umbrella down. It was when we were walking around that we started to hear the whistles. The Acropolis minders were blowing whistles and telling people that they couldn't do things. The sites were amazing as you would expect but what was even more amazing was the dedication of the archaeologists to put this place back together. In true old thing fashion there were scaffolds and cranes all around one ...


    A travel blog entry by thesunroseclear on Aug 15, 2014

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    ... I remember walking through the Parthenon in the 1990s, but there wouldn't be much point in doing that now (if you could, but you can't) because everything has been removed as it undergoes renovation. A guide doubted that anyone will enter in future.

    Although neither the ticket nor signage mentions this, the same Acropolis ticket will also get you into half a dozen other archeological sites -- including the agora, the cemetery, Hadrian's ...