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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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- Breakfast Available
- Swimming pool
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... Travelled from Delphi to the town of Meteroa and the site of the Monastery on top of the mountain. This was the one from the James Bond movie. Travelled back from Meteroa to Athens for our fairwell dinner for those leaving the tour. Tomorrow we leave for the cruise of the Islands. 27/3 set sail on the crystal clear ocean bound for the Island of Mykonos. The weather was a little choppy and the ship is not too big. Cabins are comfortable enough but everything is extra. We are ...
... Dionysos. Above the theatre was a temple built around a sacred spring which was believed cured the plague in 429BC. Beneath the temple was a colonnade built as a shelter and promenade for theatre goers in 197to 156 BC. Next was the odeon of Herodes Atticus built AD 161. It was completely restored in the 1950's and performances are held here during the Athens festival. We climbed the hill to the Acropolis, entering ...
... royals after the defeat of the Ottoman Empire in 1826. In 1834 Athens became 3rd capital of Greece. They have a Prime minister and president. There is 1 year of compulsory military service.The Roman were in the city from 146 ad and there are ruins everywhere which hampers new developments.We then went to the Parliament House and watched the changing of the guard. Two guards have to stand completely still for 1 hour. Their ...
... hours and get your tickets ahead of time, on-line. Or, plan to go in the afternoon. When we arrived before 10:00, the line to buy tickets stretched the full length of the very long block, with our pre-purchased tickets, we walked right in. There was no line to buy tickets when we left.
Our hotel was two blocks from the train station, so it was very easy, and cheap, to take the train to Civitavecchia, the port where our ship was docked. For another five euros each ...
... was the perfect place to view the Acropolis and have once again very nice food at a reasonable price.
Back to the hotel to freshen up before dinner at Erato Restaurant in an outdoor area with mist sprays. We had seen the restauarnt when visiting Hadrain's Library. The waiter called by regularly and answered questions about Athens. While unemployment is high, Athenians seem to just keep on enjoying their lay back lifestyle.