Athens Lotus Hotel
Travel Blogs from Athens
Santorini → Athens
Woke up late-ish and didn't really have
time to do anything before we needed to be at the airport. Went to
the same nearby restaurant and got a gyro platter (delicious) before
hanging around the pool for a bit and planning some more of …
... and the woman wasn't kicked out. I don't even know if she completely understood why it was bad to have her son stand on an ancient site. As we have been through several, Logan and I have come up with a few rules people should have to abide by. 1. You should take a small quiz about the site to get in, at least know what you are going to see so you can appreciate it. 2. If you don't take care of the site, you are kicked out for life and 3. No one under the age ...
... The long drive from Aswan to Luxor along the agriculture road is dull. The Nile flows between desert mountains and the banks are used for agriculture. So the farmers live there as well. The road is the main form of transportation. It’s used by pedestrians, farmers on their donkeys, camels, overflowing minibuses serving as local transport, tourists, trucks and buses. So it’s slow and it takes 5 hours to cover the 250km. In late afternoon after relaxing in our hotel, we ...
... are a lot there now. The food we got was terrible. I found three bugs in my bread and my moussaka was cold in the middle. At least we got offered watermelon on the house to make up for it (although this is common for greek restaurants to do anyway). The most interesting part of the day was actually watching the changing of the guard out side of the parliament building. After watching the changing the changing of the guard even Nathan decided that ...
... It was picturesque, all that we had hoped and imagined. We had a balcony overlooking our pool and our little apartment was equipped with all we needed. Thanks booking.com for this 30 euro a night hideaway! Ha.
After regrouping we headed into the town centre and did some grocery shopping for the week. Unknowingly we purchased milk that tasted more like runny yoghurt. We had experienced this before when buying a frappe at a café in Athens, so we knew that the milk ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
TravelPod Member ReviewsAthens Lotus Hotel
good quality at the right price
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.