Castella Hotel

75, A. Papanastasio Ave., Piraeus, Attica, 18533, Greece | Hotel
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Goodbye paradise

A travel blog entry by rubymwhittaker


... Piraeus right next to Athens. We knew we were arriving in late and we didn’t want to have to go travel more than we had to at 11pm so we had decided to stay in Piraeus for the night. On arrival, as tired as we were, we just wanted to get to bed because tomorrow is the day we have to go the Australian embassy as early as possible to get Ruby’s emergency passport underway. We lined up at the port to catch a taxi and the policeman pointed us towards a taxi driven by an ...

Cruise day 4 - Athens

A travel blog entry by martineswann


... because of its hill position over looking the city and the flat space on which to build it. Reconstruction was underway with new elements being added in white so could see what was original and what is not. After many fag stops and chats to people we heard about the structures and Athena and the matriarchal society that existed peacefully before men took over and formed the 12 regions of Greece. It seems the country had suffered many wars and losses particularly ...

The Jitters in Piraeus (Part 1)

A travel blog entry by gibbslocates


... later Grant said
"Oh look, the flag just flew off the back of the ship". That was a good omen then. Then it started, we were at the stern and saw it rise a good 25 foot. Then the hooter went and people were told to hold the rails or go inside. it was fun for a while as everyone wobbled about. We then tried to get some sleep. It was impossible due to rolling about, doors slamming and people on mobile phones. At midnight it had calmed down a bit and we went ...

Hello Athina! Ive Missed You!!!

A travel blog entry by lindsey-canada


... stopping to shop and laugh, walk hand in hand all the way to my favorite pub/restaurant the James Joyce. I was so excited it was still there and still awesome! We sat at the wood ordered beers and food and enjoyed ourselves. It was a bit weird this greek girl sat beside us we chatted to her until she found out Sinisa was Macedonian and that was that she wanted nothing to do with talking to us. I was shocked but thought meh one girl who cares! Nope most Greeks actually ...

Montauroux chateaus and Athenian delights

A travel blog entry by leahsourris


The chateau was amazing. Smiljka says it was once owned by Christian Dior. I believe it; the fittings and furnishings in our bedroom were certainly fit for a perfume tycoon. Friday was spent mostly by the pool with the bride and groom, meeting the friends that had embarked on the same journey across the globe. Some pleasant discoveries was the bakery about 1km down the road (not walking distance in the hot French Riviera sun, we soon realised), that sold the best spinach ...


This hotel, located on 75, A. Papanastasio Ave., Piraeus, is near New Acropolis Museum, Adrianou Street, Archaeological Museum of Piraeus, and Nautical Museum of Greece.
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