Athens Odeon Hotel
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... our 4th floor room was enough motivation to get an early start. Down on the streets, the coffees and morning pastries were being enjoyed by locals and visitors. Where to begin?
We arranged to meet Costas-owner and operator of Athens Walks,in the square at 10:30 am. After a brief introduction, he led us through the backstreets of the neighborhood, explaining with much passion how Greeks live long lives due to ...
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We had arranged another private excursion for Athens through Cruise Critic. The group was mostly the same as the people we had toured with at Ephesus with the exception of 2 people. We headed straight to the Acropolis before the crowds got too busy and the sun got too hot. ...
Woke up this morning at 8.45am, showered, dressed. Discovered that my roommate got in at 7.30am. I went to breakfast, ate and then returned to the room. Here i got ready for the day,
packed bags and then checked out. I took my bags down to reception, then went up to the pool area for the Contiki meeting. Here we also filled out surveys and did the usual tips and notes, we were also told about the rest ...
... of the Acropolis.
Next, to the right of the processional way, stands the Sanctuary of Artemis Brauronia. It was associated with the early sanctuary of Artemis in Brauron, a coastal town in eastern Athens. Artemis was worshipped as the goddess of nature and hunting, and she was the protector of girls, expecting mothers and women with newborn babies.
Next, the Parthenon is a monumental display of architectural artistry. The columns are largest ...
... a bus tour of Athens and an evening
at the Taverna ( Greek food and dancing). Athens is a historic city, but currently it
is in much disarray. As we learned in class, just this week were Grecian
elections, with a radical party gaining many seats in office. There was
political (and soccer-World Cup is coming lol) graffiti all over the city, with
much animosity towards Germany- which essentially owns Greece financially. Athens ...