Blue Sea Hotel

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

Day Eleven! Athens, Greece

A travel blog entry by timeicher


... artifacts found in Athens from the Greek Bronze Age to Roman and Byzantine Greece. The museum was neat because the floors are made of glass and you can look and see ancient ruins under the building. Soon these ruins will be open to the public. Acropolis Means the highest point in the town. The museum is full of pottery jars because Athenians are known for their pottery jars.

To end the day we were invited to Prof Camps house for dinner, We ...


A travel blog entry by footloose_llr


... had just brought in fresh fish from the markets and given neither Larn nor I eat seafood and really don’t appreciate the smell of it we decided to relocate to their tables in a covered area the other side of the footpath….. this was all fine except we had already ordered and by the time the waiter arrived with our food he was horrified by us moving as it was totally BUCKETING down with rain….. it was seriously pouring and another waiter had to get an ...

Paris to Athens

A travel blog entry by krissi.w


... else. It's the same flight time to go to St John's and all WestJet and Air Canada ever gave me were pretzels. Go KLM, what an awesome airline. And beer or wine is included in the meal, a fact I didn't realize until after I asked for Coke. You can be sure I will be having wine on the way back. No sooner did I get to Athens when I realized that the Greek word for exit is "exodus" and then I had a good chuckle to myself because it was somehow hilarious. Once again, ...

Greece - Athens

A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo


... In the Hadrian´s Library they used to have a collection of around 17,000 books. Really impressive if you take into account that it was 2 000 years ago when there was no manufactories so all books had to be written by hand.

Then we went to visit the Roman Agora which was built by the Romans in order to move the city center from the Ancient Agora to this new Roman Agora. We met with some Argentinians travelling in Greece so we stayed there talking for a while. After that we ...

Aghios Nikolaos, Crete and Athens

A travel blog entry by midlifecruisers


... an active volcano, Mt Stromboli,,and we are hoping to see the lava flowing, ashes and sparks shooting out as we pass by at about music and more food....they are calling it the volcanic bash.

Mt Stromboli is on a small inhabited island, the volcano has been actively erupting for 2000 years.

We have a very busy week ahead with ports everyday...I'm sure we'll be exhausted..can't believe we have been travelling or 4 weeks now...time is ...


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