Attica Beach Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... the tour includes the Acropolis) and returned to Monastiraki Square via the Flea Market to find Souvlaki Row and a lunch break! After a half plate of kebabs and tomato salad I was ready to head back to Syntagma (constitution) Square and the hotel. Stopped and bought some bottled water on the way. Dinner will be somewhere in the neighborhood - not too long a walk away! But it's been a great first day in Athens - and feels even farther than one time zone from La ...
... around the town before we had dinner, Alan had a very nice pizza and I had the yummiest fried octopus. It is starting to cool down now around the Islands and the wind is increasing so it wasn't so pleasant to hang around for too long so back on the tender boats to the ship. The ship has a deal for your drinks all you can drink each day for €20... Yes please and so now every hour is happy hour and the cocktail list is been ticked off as I drink them, must ...
... in size, I had dinner from first class and they were very attentive. We gave them a great wrap in the survey.
We arrived at our hotel in Athens last night about 8.00. Showered and then went off to dinner where we had lots of salads and salads. It was lovely to be sitting outdoors eating and not freezing. The weather is sunny, hot and not a could in the sky.
The view from our hotel terrace is gorgeous and I ...
Athens. The ferry ride was long and tedious. Jed had a lie down behind the seats on the floor...I envy the fact he can fall asleep almost anywhere, almost instantly! Like I'm writing this now and he's fast asleep! I find it hard enough to sleep in a bed let alone 4 hours on the floor of a ferry! Yasher watched what I assume was Game of Thrones and Brett had picked up my Agatha Christie, 'Murder on the Orient Express' book and begun reading it a couple ...
... 447 BC and opened in 438 BC. The contest was between Athena, goddess of wisdom and Poseidon, god of the sea to rule Athens which was then the world power. There is so much Greek mythology. In any case, Athena won and the Parthenon was built in her honour but a smaller temple was also built to Poseidon at the Acropolis. I was talking to one of the staff about world history and how Daniel had been given a vision about the world powers from Babylon, ...