Attica Beach Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... originally stadium for Greeks with capacity of seating 80,000 people. It was restored for first Olympic Games in 1896. Next had bus tour of city, very informative then to Plaka which is opposite Ruins of the temple of Zeus and Adrian's wall. Had couple hours wandering streets and made few purchases!!,!! Really enjoyed Athens. About to sail for Venice, 2nights at sea then arrive Venice midday. Have meet many lovely people on board, even Australians ...
... could argue, simply a logistical extension of our trip two years earlier to Italy and its Roman ruins. ("Let's go see even older stuff!") Based on this, I anticipate subsequent vacations, for example, to Africa to visit a hominid dig, then a Mongolian dinosaur excavation, and eventually a trip to visit Cyanobacteria deposits in Precambrian rocks in Australia. We should eventually land at CERN's Large Hadron Collider, voyeuring on their research into the ...
... stadiums would have an inside part with shops food and restaurants) - nothing like that on this bad boy. We saw one brave soul take off what appeared to be Crocs' 2010 release and deeply stretch into take off into a 1000 meter sprint around the track. Let's break this down further shall we? 1. It's 28 above no wind 2. You took the crocs off to go bare footed 3. You had 0 care 4. I envy the overall idea 5. You the put the crocs back on. Following ...
... the sites came second to the fun of riding the segways through the dark garden paths we took to get to various things we had visited in the morning. We then went to the Olympic stadium, this is an original and had not been destroyed nor looted and is very impressive with its white marble seats. Though I would not like to be sitting on them for very long. We then went to the presidential palace and the government house. Our guide timed our visit perfectly to see ...
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"You might say this, Syllabus, or you would say it?"
"Very well then, Socrates, I would say it."
"And hence I suppose ...