Centro Residence

Address: 123 Aharnon Street, Athens, Attica, 10446, Greece | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Athens

The Gods (Thankfully) Were Not Shining

A travel blog entry by turnerstravels on Jun 19, 2015

2 comments, 6 photos

... types of pictures are not allowed and are seen as disrespectful to the site, and watched as I deleted it. I fully understood, but I did think it strange that poor Stanley was getting erased when tons of other tourists were doing the "tourist jump" (as we've come to call it) or standing on rocks that were clearly cordoned off. Oh well. It wasn't a great picture anyway, and Flat Stanley is looking a little rough nowadays.

We left ...


A travel blog entry by thejoiners on Jun 07, 2015

13 photos

We booked a bus trip from the cruise for this afternoon, so had the morning free. As Piraeus is approx 30+ minutes from Athens it wasn't worth our while going there as we had to be back by midday to board the bus. We went for a walk in the morning and then decided to catch a 'funtrain', a kiddy like train that did a tour around Piraeus for 5 euros. Being a Sunday nothing was open except the odd cafe, and to be honest none of us could see anything attractive around this ...

The Final Chapter

A travel blog entry by youngodyssey on Apr 30, 2015

15 photos

... in the first few hours. 3. This was due to superb planning by Birdwood and staff and was the first use of combined army, naval and air services. Much intelligence was supplied by air surveillance. 4. The British landing on Cape Helles was an unmitigated disaster with a colossal percentage of deaths. 5. The British commander, Hamilton, insisted on a daytime landing so they could see where they were going. Unfortunately so could the Turks. 6. Hamilton and the British ...

My Stay Experience at the Titania Hotel.

A travel blog entry by greekcypriot on Mar 11, 2015

20 photos

... glazed windows opened to a narrow balcony with an incredible view of the Acropolis. When night falls and lights go on and the Acropolis is lighted little by little, the view becomes breathtaking and all you wish is a glass of wine and have the time to sit by the balcony and simply stare at this stunning masterpiece that looks like a piece of art in gold. There was plenty of storage space and a safe deposit box with a personal ...

Greece Notes

A travel blog entry by thekansasnomad on Feb 23, 2015

... cheese. Back to sleep til 2. Got ready went to flea market, walked about, Kenny bought socks. Walked up near Parthenon. Sat on Mars Hill and watched the sunset. Had dinner at the outdoor Jazz Cafe. Delicious! Chicken, tomatoes, peppers, pots, yogurt, rice. Kabob. Kenny thinks flowers from gypsy lady are free. Back to hostel for night.