Dore Hotel

Address: 7 Aghias Zonis Str & Tenedou Str, Athens, Attica, 11361, Greece | Hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Athens

Athena Termina and Europe Blog Epilogue

A travel blog entry by tyesteinbach on Jun 03, 2015

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... And our unhurried days here felt like they hit the Goldilocks spot - just right. But still: we "did" Athens. We took an intimate, guided tour of the Acropolis led by informative, passionate Penelope (no relation to Odysseus) with two wonderful fellows from South Africa. The rest of the list: the new Acropolis Museum, the National Archaeology Museum, the sprawling Kerameikos Cemetery and Museum, both Greek and Roman Agoras, the original modern Olympic ...

The Final Chapter

A travel blog entry by youngodyssey on Apr 30, 2015

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... and was a brilliant bugler - better than the one at ANZAC Cove! He stood above us near the bridge and the moment was very special and moving. Afterwards, the ladies mopped their tears and the men pretended that their eyes were watering from the potent brown rum that was handed around. Then it was off for a gunfire breakfast served on the outdoor restaurant deck, though some wooses opted for the comfort of the warmer indoor restaurant. The day was passed with the usual ...

Day 140

A travel blog entry by dream-catcher on Dec 19, 2014

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We caught the bus into the city for some sight seeing. First stop is the Acropolis which is the most important ancient site in the Western world, crowned by the Parthenon it stands sentinel over Athens. There are several entrances, we used the one that winds it's way up through the Theatre of Dionysos. In the 6th BC the annual festival of the Great Dionysia was held on the slopes of the Acropolis, masses of people attended ...

The Hop on Hop off Bus.

A travel blog entry by raylee on Sep 13, 2014

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... are for foot traffic only, which was very busy so we decided to sit and enjoy the suggested olives, meats, breads and their local beer. Always a highlight when travelling.

Back on the bus, to enjoy the ambience of Athens, as in most cities you see the beauty and the not so beautiful. Returning to our ship feeling very happy with our day of touring and our experience of ...

Old, Older, Oldest

A travel blog entry by jakobetz on Sep 04, 2014

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... The Minoan civilization pre-dated the Hellenic Greek and was the birthplace of Western Civilization in Europe. They were quite civilized and traded with the lands in the Eastern Med and Egypt. Being an island culture, they were not worried about defense and instead developed their artisans, whose work was prized by other nations. The eruption on nearby Santorini and the ascending Mycenaen culture was believed to be their downfall.

Our cruise ended near ...