1 - 3 Artemisiou Street, Glyfada, Attica, 16675, Greece | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Αθήνα 3 area of Glyfada, is near Hephaistion, Stoa of Attalos, Kaisariani Monastery (Kessariani), and Temple of Apollo.
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    Travel Blogs from Glyfada

    Day 24-6/18

    A travel blog entry by morganingreece on Jun 18, 2014

    1 comment, 2 photos

    ... 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.


    Acropolis & Museum, Korinthos Canal and Napfia

    A travel blog entry by brisbird on Mar 26, 2014

    17 photos

    ... the sea side town of Napfia and check in to our hotel high on the side of the mountain where our room has wonderful views over the bay. We descend on foot to the town below and are lead on a walking tour through the old town. The quaint lane ways, shops and cafe's are quiet now at the start of the season, but are overflowing in July-August with holidaymakers. After a very arduous day we ascend the many flights of stairs back to our hotel for the included dinner and then collapse in ...

    It's all Greek to Him: Dr. Camp's Archaeology

    A travel blog entry by bnnashton on Jan 22, 2014

    2 photos

    ... building entrances. The office of the king archon may have been the location of the formal accusation (indictment) of Socrates for impiety. According to Dr. Camp, the large stone near the building represents the "oath stone," where all public officials would take an oath before assuming office.
    There was also an Odion (performance area) near the stoa, although Dr. Camp noted that the stage had to be moved when the wooden seats collapsed, killing or injuring ...


    A travel blog entry by moolander on Oct 13, 2013

    ... Meanwhile we had the most bizarre ferry journey where it felt like a mental hospital had just offloaded all its patients - it was completely full of utter loons!

    The rest of the week was fantastic - I was so happy just being on the yacht, out at sea. There wasn't much for me to do in the way of actual sailing as it was such a modern boat and six of us plus the skipper so more than enough hands to do everything. it was the perfect way to end my European trip ...


    A travel blog entry by marinpoljak on Aug 09, 2013

    18 photos

    ... condition.

    What most surprised me about the part of Athens we were staying in was the number of smack heads and prostitutes around. We saw a woman in late afternoon daylight, pulling down her panties and lifting up her skirt as she clumsily squatted down beside a column, in the middle of the street, and proceeded to **** all over the side walk.

    On a positive note, we had some damn good Yiros for only $2Euros. ...