Blue Sea Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... everywhere and showed me many charming corners of the city; in many places we were not too far off from the main streets but you easily had the feeling of being in a completely different place, none of the possibilities being that of a huge city. For hours we explored all of the must see spots in his mental list; his knowledge of the area coupled with his energy ...
... sunset but not amazing like we'd been told to expect. Unfortunately there was a bit of cloud but was still nice to experience it. It set about 6.40pm and we wanted to get back for the 7.00pm bus. This should've been plenty of time except for the sea of people trying to also get back! We were like sneaky ninjas weaving our way through people and made the bus by the skin of our teeth! We got back to Fira and walked back up to see view of buildings lit up at night. It was absolutely ...
... asleep ... the cleaners came in. Here they are buffing the floors, yelling at each other down the hallways, casually humming music to themselves - AS IF I NEVER EVEN EXISTED ! So I think I got about 2 hours of sleep, #airportlife. My flight was boarding at 5:35 am but I didn't know what gate I was supposed to be at. I checked the boards around 4:45 and I couldn't see it. Being impatient, that kind of worried me but I grabbed a coffee, sat and read a free magazine, ...
... why. The train then started to rise and for the next couple of hours, it was just great view after great view. You would usually enter a tunnel and then come out to a new view. After a great journey it was time to enter Athens. The first task was to negotiate the metro system which can be quite confusing. I made it to my hostel though. Athens studios which was just down from the acropolis. After settling in it was time to head to ...
... free Wi-Fi. Having learnt our lesson from yesterday, we decided to share dishes and went for a Greek salad, fried squids (which was a mix of baby octopus and calamari) and fried cheese (which was a mix between Haloumi and string cheese). After lunch we continued our walk through the Plaka – a couple of shops were entered and purchases made. Mum also bought a small bottle of Ouzo for some people we know from the ship who were unable to get off today. On our ...