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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... The other one was just beyond the Greek Parliament and she suggested we stop there to watch the changing of the guard, which happens each hour.
So from Monastiraki Square we walked up a road that led us into a more traditional shopping area – nice shops, some American names even. But this was much more of a typical retail area that the shops we had been walking thorough. It was very pretty and we could see the Parliament at the end of the street.
... the guards. It was then on to the Pantheon stadium where the first modern Olympics were held. Paul was providing us with a great background in the history of Athens and Greece as we travelled. We were impressed with Athens, although there was a lot of graffiti. One of the reasons we went on a private tour was we wanted to go to ...
... it, and they don’t bring it
immediately either. Niall calls this an exercise in Zen patience.
Unfortunately I don't have any photos of Kamissiana, but the picture shows the Xania peninsula, where the airport is, looking across from Aptera..
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... but we got a little bit lost and ended up further away than I thought we were, but that ended up being a great thing as we got to walk through an amazing old set of ruins from what used to be a separate town to Athens. It was deserted apart from a few dog walkers and we took our time checking it all out on the way through to the Acropolis hill. It was so amazing but practically ignored because it sits next to even better amazing stuff. The site was free to enter, ...
What a sad Greek tragedy is Athens, from the very small part of it that we have seen so far it is sad sad sad. It is a combination of the GFC and the Greeks that have let this city become run down, dirty, disfigured with so much graffiti and they have left their unoccupied buildings to become vandalised beyond repair. From what we have seen it certainly looks like a city that is unloved. We arrived late afternoon with just enough time to get changed for our so ...