Travel Blogs from Athens
Pandmadventures stayed here on May 28, 2014 during their trip titled: Pandmadventures's Great Adventure.
... 1 self service the other served. We had a drink whilst waiting for the restaurant which opened at 9pm. For the meal I had sole followed by a baked cheese pie on blueberry sauce, accompanied by a bottle of red wine. At the end I was given a tsikoudia. I don't usually drink much alcohol so I was feeling the effects before I went to bed and for some strange reason didn't get so much sleep as I had a splitting ...
... I don’t know how they stood being upstairs in the heat.
We went down to Deck 14 to the Concierge / Wedding Chapel area to try to take some photos between the frosted glass. They are terrible photos but you may get some idea about it this area. There was a chef in the Concierge area and a cabin steward hanging around so we were trying to sneak a peak but I'm sure they knew we were riff raff from another deck !
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... times then, this site was buried underground for many thousands of years and was actually under a little town and so when archeologists wanted to dig it out in 1892 they moved the town to where the modern city of Delphi is today. Because it was underground many buildings etc were amazingly well preserved. And that's why we can see it today. When we arrived our guide re-explained a lot of the bus information as we walked through the sight and then after showing us ...
... of this trip. There was such a selection of what you could have including poached eggs, 4 minute eggs and 8 minute eggs, which I thought was quite funny. If there wasn't anything there that you wanted they would make it for you. After our delicious breaky we went up to the acropolis, making sure that we got back around 1pm as there's was meant to be another demonstration today and it was expected to get pretty big due to the German Chancellor being in town, ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking