Centro Residence

123 Aharnon Street, Athens, Attica, 10446, Greece | 3 star hotel
Prices starting from $59.00

Travel Blogs from Athens

Planes, Trains and Ferries

A travel blog entry by nickandjulie


... write the name of you and your lover and the date and wack it on. Julie pulled out a spare tiny blue lock from her bag that we hadn't used (we have been using them to lock our bags up) and got a pen, wrote N & J 2014 and walked across the street to place it on a much bigger lock on the bridge. Awww. She has her moments.

After a lazy lunch in a Parisian café, we caught an afternoon train to Zurich. The train ride was ...

Day 13- Plissken day 2!

A travel blog entry by morganingreece


... The bus was so crowded as we approached Athens, standing room only. Kelsey and I were pressed up against the window, holding on to each other and standing for the full hour ride!

When we finally reached Athens, we took the subway to Plissken. Here in Kallithea we met another challenge: due to poor drainage and the rain, the sewers were backed up. The streets were flooded with muck, which we had to plow through to walk to our festival.


Long Hot Days

A travel blog entry by carriewiepen


... It was nice to sit on the cool marble in the shade for a bit. We toured the museum within the stoa along with the rest of the Agora. We saw their ancient form of a newspaper and standards for tile making. Next, we walked several blocks to the Olympieion to see the Temple of Olympian Zeus.This particular temple still have several columns standing which is always interesting to see. It's also very large. Because of the heat, we didn't stay long. We ...

Our Big Fat Greek Roadtrip Recap

A travel blog entry by koppers

... of the peninsula was now to us, it seemed like a no brainer to just zoom over there for a bit and take a look at a seaside town (Pylos) a guy Konrad met on the highway was talking about (random side of the road conversation, seemingly typical of the welcoming and friendly Greeks). Along the way, the rain stopped, the sun came out, and we decided to stop at a waterfall that we saw signposted. This ended up being the highlight of our day, since our subsequent ...


A travel blog entry by lisaknitter


... it is a wood statue that is so old that it's said that it came from the gods, because nobody knows where it came from.

Being up on the Acropolis was amazing. It's really fascinating to learn about the architecture of classical buildings - things you don't even realize that might factor into the building of something turn out to be essential details that aren't supposed to register in the viewer's head.


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