Attica Beach Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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Travel Blogs from Athens
... took our time and arrived at the Parliament building around 3:50. We were just in time to see the changing of the guard at 4:00 and I am very glad we did. It was quite the ceremony and I would like to know a little more about the movements – nearly choreography – of the soldiers who were leaving and those taking their places.
We walked up past the Parliament building on our way to “the hill with the view”. We had gone about three blocks when ...
... marbles in the top floor of the museum under a viney little overhanging on the street. Akis, with his ability to get along with anyone and everyone was chatting away with the owner and it turned out to be another lovely evening amongst the locals, with stella Athenian weather. We said goodnight and I crashed into bed after 6 hours of bus travel and a majorly satisfied appetite. Thr following three days were relaxing and lowkey which ...
Out last big day in Greece and we are heading down to the Monastiraki Flea Market. We have walked through here a number of times on our way to one site or another, but today, we are actually going to stop and look around. Sunday is also the day that the locals bring out their tables, benches, chairs, and whatever to set their stuff on to sell. Many just pull up in a car or truck (a tiny one) and sell stuff right out of the back on ...
... info boards but it was practically forgotten. How hard to have so much amazing history that something like this just gets forgotten.
We got back to the Acropolis eventually and used one of our group ticket things to go into the Theatre of Dionysus. It was a'ight but we were kind of reaching saturation point for old things by this stage. We left there and took a left hoping the road would link up back around the front of the hill, and it turned out to be ...
... Greek night out. We went to probably the only nicest part of Athens which is called the plaka area. The restaurant was nice with yummy Greek food, dolmades, fried cheese, dips, lamb and Baklava all on offer plus of course more wine and just to mix it up we had some ouzo shots...well when in Greece I suppose. A small walking tour of Athens then a reasonably earlyish night as up early so we can board our cruise ship.
We are aboard the Louis Olympia, nothing flash ...