BEST WESTERN Ilisia Hotel
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... dog, and another. After only 3 minutes of walking down the street we had accumulated a pack of seven dogs. Yes seven, all of which were nice and were just happy to walk with us. No begging or barking, just walking, as if they wanted to hear all of the interesting facts about the city too. And does our Professor know some stuff. He can point to what would seem any feature of the city and talk for over 5 minutes just about one stone! I enjoy his quirkiness though. ...
... I was there. Given what I've said about cities in the rain I liked every moment of it. It took me several tries to find the street my backpackers was on but when I arrived everything was perfect. I did a quick walk around and despite the ominous clouds decided to run up to the acropolis which was literally a block away from where I was staying. Not without ordering my first gyros of course, the first in a long line of 2 euro greatness. The Acropolis was as show stopping ...
... Piraeus, they hadn't heard of it and directed us to another bus. We
were pretty confident of our information and eventually found the X80
stop ourselves. After all, the express bus has been in operation for
only about a year! Piraeus itself is a thriving city with all the
big shopping centres and higher end shops as well as it's own history
dating back to ancient times. No time to look around here this
visit. We couldn't have asked for better ...
... Estiatorio’ based at the Hilton but is a totally private business. ‘Orizontes’ the restaurant on top of the Lycabettus hill is another alternative with an open terrace in summer, Mediterranean cuisine, seafood. ‘Avocado’ for vegetarians, ‘To Trikyklo’ a favourite of mine for this extra touch of genuine Greek hospitality -mention my name if you wish. Greek meze, non-touristy, good value.
... translation, something that was not common in a few of the other countries when we arrived.
We got our luggage and Ben asked an Airport Security guy for help getting to our hotel. Ben had read in the airplane magazine the best way to to get to your final destination was not taking a taxi because the cost was high. We have learned throughout this adventure that not all our hotels are close to the airport and taking a taxi has not always the best, ...