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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
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... Dragged it and my haversack with the litre of gin all the way to Syntagma square to catch the airport bus. Athens is a laid back friendly city-I even bumped into some real Greek kugels from Joeys ek se! They were taking over a shoe shop in Eramou St and I had to say hi-one said I have to spend a day on Skopolos which is next to Skiathos- definitely on the list! Bye for now, Alexandra ( feeling Greek ) ...
... in Piraeus along a motorway at a fast clip for 50 min finally arriving at 11.20 local time.
Nice hotel only 5 mins from the port and they provide a free shuttle there.
Logged in to the internet & writing the blog now. More than ready for bed as its well after midnight local time. It has been another long day. We are a bit excited about boarding the QueenElizabeth tomorrow.
... in Switzerland because they have four official languages and pretty much everyone speaks at least three of them. All of the street names and train stations had German names, like Hauptbahnhof and Waffenplatzerstrasse, but people would say things like Ciao and Merci. So what the hell do I do? I pride myself on being able to say 'hello’ and ‘do you speak English?’ in each country we go to in their native tongue, but I ...
... himself and his life in Turkey. It was really interesting and heartwarming to hear his story and how much it differs from ours.
(Thursday) This morning we woke up bright and early and walked to a surprise destination where we had our exam. We had to describe a few random sites or Greek vocab. It took a couple hours and then we were able to shop and roam Athens for a few hours. We just got ready and are headed to our final dinner where we began it all. Going to miss these ...
Today, we visited Corinth, a fertile area where oranges, lemons, and olives grow. It was a settlement from very early, with lots of commercial endeavours. It has been said that Corinth could have been one of the more influential city-states if it hadn't focused so much on commerce. Corinth even had colonies, like Sicily, Corphu, and Macedonia. Their main exports were vases - which were generally small, white, and decorated with animals or in ...