Oniron 2, Eretria, Euboea, 34008, Greece | Hotel
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Flying Solo in Athens

A travel blog entry by daryl75


... back home was just a couple of hundred years and she looked at me with what I think was a bit of a "oh.. how unfortunate" sort of a look!

The highlight was a few hours spent up on the Acropolis (or high city) WOW.

The Odeon of Herodes Atticus where then now hold concerts and operas during the annual Athens festival, the Propylaea or monumental gate, the Temple of Nike etc, etc.

At the top of the Acropolis stands ...

The Hilton of Athens -Our short stay!

A travel blog entry by greekcypriot


... about lack of toiletries when back home. The ladies at the house-keeping will be more than happy to help you.

Breakfast: The first meal of the day at the Byzantino restaurant is sumptuous and there is everything for everyone enough to fill you up till dinner –a paradise of cereals and dry fruit -a choice of home-made bread/cakes/rolls/croissant/muffing. It is indeed extensive including Japanese and vegetarian, Western Europe and American items both hot and cold. ...


A travel blog entry by cruisingplus


... still an option here for independent travelers at 20 Euros. It stops at all the main locations around Athens. I would probably look at that than trying to get the metro etc if coming here.

Well we are getting close to the end now, there is only one more sea day and then we get to Venice with an overnight on the ship here and we are just going to do our own independent touring here. The ship provides water taxi shuttle service for 17 Euros for an all day ...

Eretria Today and in Ancient Times.

A travel blog entry by greekcypriot


... Tenos and Ceos. They also held lands in Boeotia on the Greek mainland.

At the end of the 8th century, however, Eretria and Chalcis fought a prolonged war known (mainly from the account in Thucydides) as the Lelantine War. Little is known of the details of this war, but it is clear that Eretria was defeated, and lost her lands ...

The Archaeological Museum of Eretria -Evia -Part 1

A travel blog entry by greekcypriot


... financed by the Archaeological School of Switzerland. The Museum is one of the most important of its kind and the exhibits and artefacts come from various time periods. The most valuable items here are the sculptures of Apollo and the combination of Theseus and the Amazone Antiopi. Most of the artefacts are from the area of Eretria and cover all periods starting from the Bronze Age to the Roman period.

The Sanctuary of Apollo ...

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