Civitel Olympic Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... The temple of the Parthenon, built in honor of the goddess Athena in mid 5th century BC. This temple combines Doric and Ionic columns, made of Pentelic marble. The Parthenon was occupied by the Turks in 1658, which they used as a gunpowder storehouse. When the Venicians launched a cannon ball up the acropolis it smashed through the Parthenon and ignited the gunpowder, exploding the roof off the Parthenon and destroying many of the ...
... followed by Ancient Agora and Tower of Winds. From there we walked up to the Acropolys passing through the Theatre of Dionysos. Finally, finally, we reached the top of the hill where the Pantheon was. All I can say is the first words out of my mouth were literally "holy mother of god!" And I can say for sure that I have never said this out loud before. This place was just incredible. The sheer size of the pillars on their own was just... ...
... It's a funny feeling to be sitting on your balcony on a hot, breezy night and looking at the lights of Jerusalem, a space so contested and conflicted. But being so close to the situation helps you to realize the sheer complexity of it all. This is not black and white; it's not even grey, for that matter. It's a thousand shades and hues of colour. And the truth, in its many shades of relativity, lurks somewhere among them. Many friends back home were pushing us ...
... day and drove West to Chania. The old town is built around the harbour and is quite beautiful. Along the way to Chania we stopped at a number of beaches to cool off. We could have spent a week getting there. We had lunch in Rethimnon another beautiful town with a number of little lanes, cafés and art and craft shops. We finished our day visiting the War memorial to fallen NZ,Australian and British soldiers from WW2 who ...
... to watch the changing of the guard that takes place every hour. The double bed was comfortable enough and the overall interior had soft shades of green and brown creating a warm and welcoming ambiance.
Even though it was right on the main road where traffic is nonstop, yet I can say we had a very quiet deep sleep thanks to the double soundproof glazed windows. An internal door in the room provided excellent noise insulation that guaranteed a unique sense ...