Attica Beach Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
TripAdvisor Reviews Attica Beach Hotel Athens
Travel Blogs from Athens
... were incredible. They got straight back on another plane after 14 hours on the first one, and settled in.
We're now in Athens and loving every second of it. The kids are going to post daily - but they had a massive sleep (which they needed) and are still pumping out the zzzz's whilst I am wide awake at 4:30am. ...
... Aperitifs. We slammed them down and I thought it was quite bitter but had a very lingering length.
Cruising out of the port of Athens I think about the large battle in antiquity between the Greeks and the Persians on the seas in this immediate area; the Persians outnumbered the defenders 4-1 with ships and personnel and lost. The area was defended on two occasions against the Persians with a three year interval. (I ...
... in the metro. I looked. Filing a theft report with the police did not make us feel any better. The cops could care less. Will this keep us from being our adventuresome selves? Naa! But I admit that I was pretty happy to get back home this time. If you ever had a travel experience like this I'd like to know how you handled it. Do you have any advice for us...protocols of your own? Sharing stories would help us all be better travelers. ...
... to hit up the main events.Our first stop was the Ancient Agora with its various ruins and sculptures, however we didn't stay long here as we knew we had a hill climb ahead of us and to be honest unless you are a major Greek history buff it doesn't offer that much.From the Agora we made our way to Mars rock which is a marble outcrop that gives a fantastic panorama of Athens however beware as the smooth stone is incredibly slippery witnessing 2 tumbles ...
... a cab to take us from the train station to our ship, a distance of about two miles, but with large suitcases, it was money very well spent. We were sailing on the Ocean Princess, one of the smallest ships in the Princess line, carrying only 650 passengers. The ship was full, and interestingly for an American based cruise line, the dominant nationality was not U.S. citizens, but Australian on this cruise. They beat us out by ten passengers, with U.K. citizens and ...