BEST WESTERN Hotel Fenix
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... lights become one with the impressive roof lighting, referring to the stars and galaxies and create an amazing scenery that travels anyone present. You might easily get the feeling that you are dining in one of the greatest metropolis of the world. I consider it the # 1 Signature Spot of the city.
Situated on the 13th floor of the Hilton Athens, it arguably offers the "widest" view of the city: from Lycabettus and the Acropolis to Mount Hymettus to the ...
... of stone and marble were lifted, and the
materials that would have been used for paints, as the statues were originally
brightly painted. There was a very interesting section on how restoration work
is done and how reproductions of ancient statues are made today. The layout of
the museum over three floors was very modern, with large windows allowing a lot
... it is clean what more could we ask for . So after a little rest, we met up again ( we are next door to each other and went for a walk, only tourists walk in32 degree heat. We saw one of those little tourist trains, so took that to acquaint ourselves and now back at hotel lively shower will get dressed meeting R & O on the rooftop for drink, then will make our way to old city to find rest that tour guide told us belongs to ...
... shops and more graffiti than any other city we have visited. I mean EVERY wall, window security screen, street sign and even statues. It looks like there is no attempt to clean it up as some were dated from several years ago. Also saw several abandoned and completely run down mansions right at the waterfront. We saw the monument of the Unknown Soldier, Royal Palace, Old Marble Olympic Stadium (not used because it has no parking lot) and ...
... hotel checkout procedure. For the ferry, the professor chose three captains to watch over groups of students and escort them to/from on ferry food. They automatically chose the three kids of Greek heritage on the trip as captains (myself included of course.) I’m actually Captain Morgan now.
We leave for Santorini in the morning! I can’t wait to see paradise.