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... the cab takes you much closer to the top. So after lunch, we chose to ride the metro back to the hotel. We walked down into the metro and were immediately struck by how unbelievably clean it was, in fact all of Athens is very clean. We were looking around for the ticket kiosk when a young professionally dressed man overheard us and told us it was free. Free? Come on-no way. Yes, he insisted-free. The government decided to stop having people pay for the ...
Max woke up with a sore throat so we decided to cancel our tour and have a leisurely day in port. We have been to Athens before and we were both happy to just chill out. I went for a walk around Piraeus and left Max in the room. As I walked out of the port I was accosted by every cabbie in Athens. "It is Sunday nothing is open here. You need a taxi to go to Athens". I walked from our mooring to the railway station. The initial cost of a taxi was 30 Euro for an hour. By the time I got ...
... preservation and protection of the natural environment through research, education and exhibitions.
The enchanting Greek Nature is mapped and a mosaic of sceneries and sites of unique biodiversity and ecological value is being unfolded.
The exhibition focuses on 20 protected areas, representative of coastal, mountainous, insular and mainland Greece, ...
... Piraeus. With its cosmopolitan atmosphere known for and the revitalized minimal and elegant décor, it continues to "raise the bar", with atmospheric music, unique cocktails and interesting encounters.
THE NEW EXECUTIVE CHEF OF THE HILTON: Konstantinos Athanasiou, shares his expertize skills and secrets for nearly the last 20 years. I am here to meet him and comment on a few of the most outstanding dishes on his menu.
I have the opportunity to have him ...
After a cup of coffee we decided to visit
the Temple of Zeus which we had not seen properly the
day before. Walking round it certainly made one realize the enormous scale of
the constructions. Only a few columns are still standing, as most of it was
toppled in an earthquake. We wandered back to the area at the base of the
Acropolis, where there ...