Athens Lotus Hotel
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good quality at the right price
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... and enjoying the satisfaction that was life on the rooftop before calling it a night and heading to bed.
We awoke to what I will describe as soft whispers and squeaking. Briony and I were on different top bunks as all lower ones had been taken. I woke to my alarm and as my senses slowly reasoned what was happening I was in shock. the whispering of “ooooh yea……….yea…..do nt stop………ooooh. “ then the ...
... the skyline but between the masses of tourists and the scaffolding there isn't much to photograph. The Temple of Athena Nike and the other temples are truly spectacular when you think of their original construction over 2000 years ago. My favourite however was to wander the actual park where Socrates and Plato taught their ...
... place up at Acropolis and stone masons are working to restore
the temple……which will take a very long time. I was so fascinated by the size
of the crowds that I had to take photos of all of us with the temple in the
background. And I must hand it to our guide, she plodded on with her
explanations against the background of all the other guides yelling at their
groups. You could hear every language and each language type ...
... once belonged to the ancient Greek city. Not a lot left, some foundations, some columns, some exquisitely detailed statues but unfortunately most had lost their heads and then peeping out from a wooded copse, a temple.....complete! This was the Temple of Hephaestus, not a mere mortal, but a God! Hephaestus was the blacksmith for the Gods....gets better all the time, doesn't it! He made all their tools and because of this, he was ...
... the trip leaders had us over for snacks, which was fun because it gave us all a common area to hang out and enjoy each other's company. September 4th: This was an early morning because we toured the Agoura, which is a site that Americans helped excavate. An agoura is a marketplace, but this one was in ruins but we learned a lot and I got to see how they used to do newspapers, which ask me in person and I can explain :) It's an interesting process.. Afterward, four ...