Athens City Hotel

Address: Patision 232, Athens, Attica, 11256, Greece | 2 star hotel
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      Last day in Athens

      A travel blog entry by evaclapham on Oct 07, 2014

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      ... the driveway with Police and what looked like secret service men everywhere. Needless to say we decided to wait and see what would transpire. Pretty soon we heard music which we assumed was the national anthem and some official looking cars exited the palace grounds followed by the military band and the Presidential guard who lined up and marched out of the Palace up the street (closed to traffic) towards their barracks. Lots of pomp and ...


      A travel blog entry by jimtrap on Sep 17, 2014

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      ... to visit this famous archeological site. Roz and I did so and were glad we made the effort. Although crowded, and with much of the site under reconstruction, it still gave a great sense of history . It is said that within 10 years, the Parthenon will be completely reconstructed and will appear as it did before it was destroyed all of those years ago. It was interesting to hear that it was destroyed by fighting between the Ottoman empire and the Phoenicians.

      Make me a Greek

      A travel blog entry by emilyleczkowski on Aug 23, 2014

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      ... are just so many scenes to study. It is everything I'm searching for in one building! The stone pillars prove to be as jaw-dropping that everyone claims them to be, with their Doric style and measuring about 34 feet tall. I don’t know how the ancient people of Athens did it!

      Not just the Parthenon, but Athens in general is a beautiful city with its lush green foliage and gleaming stone structures. Most places that I went had statues of ...

      It's all Greek to me

      A travel blog entry by ldschaub on Jun 11, 2014

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      ... was very nice, lots of trees and bushes and a little higher elevation. As we walked we ended up by the observatory. This was probably the worst place to have an observatory but there might be something worth while. It wasn't very high and it was surrounded by a huge city with tons of light, but the park was great. There were nice views and it was very quiet here compared to the city. We sat on a bench and enjoyed the peaceful break from what we had been ...

      The Acropolis Now

      A travel blog entry by retiredgypsies on Mar 17, 2014

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      Yesterday (Sunday) we started some serious exploring. First to the Hellenic Parliament (which was initially built in the 19th century) to see the changing of the Evzones guards who stand, practically frozen in time, watching over the 'Unknown Soldier'. Then on to Lycabettus Hill where an ancient basilica, with a wooden roof and a small cave as its alter, was built on a rock on the northwestern slope. We deferred to ...