Blue Sea Hotel

Address: Themistokleous 49 - 53, Athens, Attica, 17455, Greece | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Athens

Meteora Monasteries

A travel blog entry by jegibbs on Sep 25, 2014

3 photos

... there were 24 monasteries and today six are active religious sites Strictly speaking they are mostly convents now. We visited 2 - one of which had a tiny chapel full of original frescoes and the other featured a painter on scaffolding restoring the artwork.

By 11 am we were on the road for Athens - a 6 hour drive. Most of us dozed the afternoon away. As we drew closer to Athens Maria recapped ...

Acropolis Museum & Ouzo

A travel blog entry by kyleandsammy on Sep 01, 2014

1 comment, 20 photos

... Bar, the oldest distillery in Greece, where we talked to many foreigners from New Zealand and the faraway land of Oregon! The owner, Paul, was charming and had great taste in wine. The ouzo-limincello martini was amazing! We had dinner was just north of downtown and off the beaten path, Platanos Taverna. The food and wine has been unbelievable and we are just getting started. Tomorrow we are off to the acropolis! As an aside, many locals think we are ...

Making Friends in Kiffisia

A travel blog entry by alexvarelas on Jul 04, 2014

2 comments, 28 photos

... again and took a drive to Varkiza Beach. You had to pay to get into the beach, but it was very organised. We had umbrellas and sun lounges. We played in the water all day and buried Remos in the sand. That night we went to Vouliagmeni Beach and had dinner. I ate spaghetti.
We also went to a big shopping centre, it was right next to the Olympic Village where the 2004 Olympics were held. Mum bought ...

Athens & Cape Sounion

A travel blog entry by tanyaboyer on Jun 08, 2014

9 photos

... work for free. Our first stop is the Acropolis and the Parthenon which were very impressive. These two buildings is what brings in the tourist dollar to Greece they are the symbol of Athens. They were built in the golden age of Pericles of Athens in the 5th century BC and were constructed out of white marble. Shame people wanted to blow them up and steal the white ivory and gold statue as I would of like to see the building as a ...


A travel blog entry by djmitchos on May 02, 2014

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Corfu decided to strike on the day we left, meaning our ferry was canceled. So George's boat wasted half our day! Which led to us only getting a hour and a half of sun light. I was so excited for Athens, so I was pretty bummed about it. Still got to see some awesome views of the Acropolis from a viewpoint though! We did a bit of a bus tour around the city and saw a few things for a couple of seconds each haha. Then had dinner and went to bed :/ and that was my Athens experience ...