Athens Lotus Hotel
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good quality at the right price
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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 …
... food and a very romantic atmosphere! We had our own step where our table was located :). One of the best dinners of our trip! Granada Kroncke, I had some really great grouper! If our server spoke English, I would have gotten the recipe for you :)
Our time in Athens was complete and now on to Mykonos island where we would get a hotel room when we got off the ferry...this will be a new experience!
People amazed me today and there are amazing people in our world. ...
... should be allowed, they just don't seem to care and they scream and cry because it's hot/tired/bored. The other option is we just travel during the off season, which is probably a better and easier option. We spent our fair share of time looking around the ruins before calling it a day at the acropolis and moving on.Once we left, we walked through the park area on the south side of the acropolis and headed toward Zeus's temple. The walk took us through ...
... eruptions, some parts dark red, changing to a light gray ash on top. We stayed in the small village of Karterados, just 15 minutes walk from the main town of Fira. In 1956, a large earthquake devastated the place. It killed scores of residents and destroyed the towns of Fira and Oia. Decided on a different mode of transport here and hired a 4 wheeler for the day. It enabled us to get around the entire island, stopping off at several ...
Prior to arriving in Athens everyone who I told that I was going to the capital of Greece would ask me why and tell me how grotty the place was. They were right, Athens is dirty and full of graffiti but by no means was it a ****** city to visit. I didnt once feel threatened or unsafe and actually loved venturing through the streets checking out all the street art covering the buildings. I stayed in Montasiraki right near the metro and the longest shopping street, ...