Athens Lotus Hotel
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good quality at the right price
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“The only true wisdom is in knowing you know nothing.”
Athens is the capital and largest city of Greece and is one of the world's oldest cities, with its recorded history spanning around 3,400 years. It was a powerful city-state that emerged in
conjunction with the seagoing development of the port of Piraeus. A center for ...
... in shaping our world over the last three thousand years. Just a few notable items that come to mind; - the development of the first documented human rights (sealed by Cyrus the Great) - the primary route of early global trade (Silk Road) - the development of the democratic political system - philosophy - Western medicine - iconic architectural styles that still grace many of our institutions today - monumental struggles that established the present day ...
... Nestor's Palace north of Pylos proved fruitless, aimless, and misdirected. By the time we'd driven east over the stunning mountains and to the tiny town of Monemvasia, the sun had basically set, which meant that we'd been driving for eleven hours, minus our waterfall hike.
Tuesday was unintentionally dedicated more or less completely to Monemvasia: we hiked its massive rock off the mainland and explored the ruins it had to offer. We'd underestimated what ...
... from the hostel. We were the only 2 inside, which was a little awkward when the live music started. I had delicious kebabs (similar to Bosnia) and Zara had moussaka accompanied by Greek beer of course, Hellas this time. It was a really tasty meal. I had a good sleep, except for the crazy thunderstorm that woke me during the night. Wednesday It we another early start - breakfast by 7 and down to meet our tour to Delphi. It was another hour before we left Athens after ...
... as a nature preserve.
Like I said before, each island has it’s own experience to share and it’s up to you to decide what you make of it.
(And speaking as a third party outside observer with no personal experience involved in the matter, returning home with someone else’s shoes after a rather wild table dancing, free pouring beach party is not always the memory you want to take away from a Greek island hopping holiday). ...