Athens Lotus Hotel
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good quality at the right price
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... looking the impressive Acropolis we didn't need to wander far. Our first meal obviously consisted of greek salad and souvlaki with extra tzatziki. YUMMY! A toast to our trip, a stroll down the streets, a gelato night cap and we were super party animals and headed back to bed. Travel days really do put you out of commission.
Waking up the next day we grabbed a set of maps and devised our plan. We broke up the city into two areas one for today and one ...
... 3 new guys. One of whom is Indian, now I hate to generalise but every Indian I've met travelling so far has been a few cents short of a dollar, so basically we're picking up 2 guys that might have a crack at Victoria.
In the lobby at Athens there's a handful of the new people in the lobby, I meet two of them upstairs in the swimming pool, I can't remember their names twenty seconds later. We're in Athens for the night only and not doing anything tourist wise so we just ...
... was a large public area in the ancient city that was full of temples, altars, and other public commercial and religious buildings. The most impressive structure here was the Temple of Hephaistos. It was in better condition than the others we had seen so it gave us more of an idea of what it would have looked like back in its prime. Next we explored the Roman Agora and Hadrian's Library. Matt was still enjoying seeing all the old structures but I must admit at this point I ...
... are temples, theaters, sculptures, gardens, beautiful views and caves. We started out walking through the gardens, which were absolutely incredible. We did finally make it to the Parthenon, which was absolutely incredible. The Parthenon itself was destroyed by the Muslims at one point, and the city of Athens has been working a restoration process since the 1800s. It was such an incredible sight, with an even more incredible view. I feel like, from ...
... to get through them. In France, everything (except the trains) took me half the time that I thought they would to see, so I figured Athens would be the same. How very, very wrong I was. There are thirty rooms of just sculpture in the National Archaeology Museum, and I breezed through about half of those rooms because if you've seen one funeral stele, you've seen them all. The only thing in the many funerary items that I thought was of interest was a ...