The Park Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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TripAdvisor Reviews The Park Hotel Piraeus
Travel Blogs from Piraeus
... 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 ...
... and the blog. The place was called My Dream Cafe, but wasn't! The wifi was slow. Plus Nanna's ipad died and my iphone battery is not coping with both taking photos and writing travelblogs. Internet issues are getting tiresome. The cradle of civilisation? That is so last millennia... Tonight we were invited to dinner by Frank & Rita, a couple from Florida (ex-New York). The onboard priest (with unpronounceable Polish name) joined us; he was cute and a ...
... the next day, arriving in Istanbul around 4pm 15 July 2014. We had planned to do a late afternoon river cruise on the Bosphorus Straight for around 2.5 hours to visit both the Europe and Asian parts of the city, which was fantastic. The following day we planned to visit the best sites, including the Blue Mosque, Topkapi Palace, St Sophia Church, the Hippodrome, and the Grand Bazzar etc. It is certainly was something to look forward to.
... means NO -staring is very rude (which makes people watching more difficult but easier with sunglasses on) -the locals are always dressed up (women in pencil skirts and heels and men in suits - even when it's hot and on a weekend) -showing someone your palm is the North American equivalent of giving someone the finger (tourists trying to take "look at me I'm holding up a column" photos are scolded quickly by tour guides as it is believed your are "flipping off the ...
... It looked like a lovely sunny courtyard with only a few tables taken but after we ordered we realised that the inside part was full of Americans from the Holland America Line ship so we had a bit of a wait not helped by the fact that the house red we ordered was not fit for chips! Undaunted we wandered the little streets which were full not just of tourists but Greeks enjoying a day off in the sunshine. Lots of accordion music about and very jolly and at every turn if ...