Hotel City Plaza Athens

78 Aharnon Street, Athens, Attica, 10434, Greece | 3 star hotel
Prices starting from $66.00
 

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Planes, Trains and Ferries

A travel blog entry by nickandjulie

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... we got to see a lot more of the countryside. We both got a few hours of shut-eye before an evening arrival. For the first time, we chose to use AirBnB and stay in a house with other people living in it. We rocked up in the suburbs to the house and this lovely older lady Sonia and her partner (name not remembered) just had a spare room in the third floor of their house that they rented out. Our stay was terrific, as we got a coffee machine ...

Day 13- Plissken day 2!

A travel blog entry by morganingreece

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... all these obstacles, we arrived at the festival early. Time for some street food! We shared a pork gyro with EVERY topping: red cabbage, tzazikii, cilantro, red onion, cucumbers, tomatoes and even French fries warmed in warm pita.

A lot of the bands were not as exciting to us this afternoon. We sat on tables tanning and listening to the outdoor bands until about 8 pm. At 8, a great British band we had both heard of, the Crocodiles, were playing ...

Long Hot Days

A travel blog entry by carriewiepen

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... the Panathenaic Stadium next. We were given audio headsets as we walked around the massive stadium made entirely of marble. It was the location of the first modern Olympics in the late 1800's. It was very large and beautiful. The marble shined in the sun. We walked through the Olympic tunnel in which the athletes would wait for their events. We met in the middle of the track and took pictures on the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place stands. I challenged Victoria to a ...

Our Big Fat Greek Roadtrip Recap

A travel blog entry by koppers

... Nestor's Palace north of Pylos proved fruitless, aimless, and misdirected. By the time we'd driven east over the stunning mountains and to the tiny town of Monemvasia, the sun had basically set, which meant that we'd been driving for eleven hours, minus our waterfall hike.

Tuesday was unintentionally dedicated more or less completely to Monemvasia: we hiked its massive rock off the mainland and explored the ruins it had to offer. We'd underestimated what ...

Corinth

A travel blog entry by lisaknitter

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Today, we visited Corinth, a fertile area where oranges, lemons, and olives grow. It was a settlement from very early, with lots of commercial endeavours. It has been said that Corinth could have been one of the more influential city-states if it hadn't focused so much on commerce. Corinth even had colonies, like Sicily, Corphu, and Macedonia. Their main exports were vases - which were generally small, white, and decorated with animals or in ...

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