Byron Hotel

Vyronos 19, Athens, Attica, 10558, Greece | Hotel
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Day 12-first day of Plissken!

A travel blog entry by morganingreece


... had a choice of seven small plates of Greek specialties for the table to share. We chose Gigantes (tomato sauce lima beans), fried potatoes, tzatziki, Moussaka, calamari, spicy pork and Greek Meatballs. We also got lemon sodas, bread, and chocolate mousse for dessert.

Kelsey Price and I spilt from the group after lunch to walk to the metro station. A twenty minute subway ride with one transfer took us to Kallithea station. ...

Back to Athens

A travel blog entry by carriewiepen

... city. We were able to see the ancient theater and mining shafts. Molly illustrated how they would mine for lead and silver. Thousands of captured war slaves were sent to Thorikos to work and die. It was very very hot, especially on the heated rocks, so we only stayed for a brief while again. We traveled to the other end of town to see the Sourions where the Temple of Posidan is located. This temple is has many more still standing columns than most of the other temples we ...

Greece National Day

A travel blog entry by brisbird


25th March 2014 - Greece National Day Today we headed off on foot using our map towards Sygmata square to view the street parade. As we approached the area, we noticed that there were a lot of police closing off streets. When we crossed a road, two very large policemen who held up there hands and pointed up and away to the left and over to the right - indicating that we could not walk any further ahead and to take another path. We did not know where to go as every street we took ...

Day Eleven! Athens, Greece

A travel blog entry by timeicher


... Classical Studies at Athens since 1931 under the direction of T. Leslie Shear, Sr. They continue to the present day, now under the direction of John Camp. Professor Camp just happens to be a professor for RMC. He gave us a personal tour of the site and gave us a behind the scenes tour of the museum.

After viewing the site we went to the Museum of the Ancient Agora. The museum is located in the Stoa of Attalos, and it provides many ...

Out of Africa

A travel blog entry by blair~rachelle


... EMERGENCY ROOM!!! Don't think that would fly back home.

After checking out of our apartment in the morning, we headed off to see the Acropolis, which thankfully was only a short walk from where we were staying. It was a smoking hot day in Athens, which made the climb up the hill a bit of a chore, but it was well worth it and we were rewarded with a nice breeze and water fountains at the top. It certainly was incredible to be able to see 5,000 ...

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This hotel, located in the Syntagma Square area of Athens, is near Plaka, Anafiotika, Monument of Lysikrates, and Gallery Demeter.
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