The Park Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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... top, 21 meters wide at the bottom and 8.4 meters deep. It replaced a stone road built 2500 years ago to carry ships and their cargo across the isthmus. The transit through the canal saves 192 km, the distance around the peninsula. At either end of the canal are the only examples of submersible bridges in the world. Budd had specifically requested that we stop to see one of them. It was only about 5 minutes' drive from where we stopped to view the canal. We first ...
... asking for money- but the culture sticks through and sticks out to us. We squeezed into the packed metro and got to our hotel with only one stopover. The hotel we are in was an art gallery and is named just that. The upside to this is that instead of the normal boring hotel art, this one has some pretty exciting and visually appealing pieces, hung above the beds and covering the hallways. We met Arty, the black and white resident cat, and then ...
This morning we docked in Athens. Everyone was up bright and early in an attempt to beat the crowds at the Acropolis. On the dock we met a boisterous Greek man whom offered to take the 10 of us (Ryan & Cheryl were doing their own thing today) on a 4 hour tour of Athens for only 300 Euros. First we stopped at a scenic spot overlooking the harbour near Piraeus where we stopped for photos. Then we went to the Temple of Olympian Zeus where we could buy ...
... That made all the difference, it was still more crowded than I'd have preferred, but the light was great and the crowds as we left were miserable. Believe everything you've ever heard about traffic in Athens. OMG! Our tour guide told us a story about a bus driver and a priest who were at the Pearly gates at the same time. St Peter asks the first guy "What did you do in life" the answer "I was a bus driver" St Peter lets him in. The second guy answers, "I was ...
Early meeting for our shore excursion to Athens. We were met by our guide Katarina (an english greek). We started before the crowds and our first stop was the original Olympic Stadium for the modern games. We learnt that the first marathon was set here and derived its name from an incident where the Athenians won a battle at a town called Marathon. One of the soldiers was told to return to Athens and inform everyone of ...