Civitel Olympic Hotel

2a Kifisias Avenue & Pantanassis str., Marousi, Attica, 15125, Greece | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Χαλάνδρι area of Marousi, is near Heraion, Efpalinion Tunnel, Archaeological Museum, and Ilias Lalaounis Jewelry Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Marousi

    The Acropolis

    A travel blog entry by vmckinley11 on Jul 01, 2014

    2 comments, 15 photos

    ... was as one would expect but it was met with one of a kind views of the city including all of it's sought out historical monuments with a fantastic backdrop of the Aegean Sea. We ate lunch at a lovely restaurant nearby which had fantastic gyros! Concluding our day we visited the New Acropolis Museum which contained five of the six original caryatids from the "Porch of the Maidens (or caryatids)" in the Erechtheion as well as other pieces from the ...

    On Our Own in Bangkok

    A travel blog entry by camac52 on Mar 14, 2014

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... Bangkok, many of our excursion guides were on the dock waving goodbye and holding cardboard elephant placards. We realized then that this is the last our ship, Legend, would ever come to Bangkok as the Seabourn Legend, and that these guides might be seeing it for the last time. Seabourn has sold it's three small ships (Pride, Spirit and Legend) to Windstar with the Legend making its last Seabourn trip about the end of March, ...

    Day Eleven! Athens, Greece

    A travel blog entry by timeicher on Jan 22, 2014

    12 photos

    ... Not everyone can say they did that. The basement is used as storage. It is lined with years of artifacts from completed pots to rocks to bones all unburied over the years.

    Today's concert was in the Theatre of Lycée Leonin the oldest independent educational establishment in Greece. We had a limited time slot in their school day so we had a short concert. We sang The Best of All, I Got a Robe, Entarisi Ala Benziyor, Yerakina, Uskudar, and Dance ...

    Do they speak McDonalds?

    A travel blog entry by jammin on Nov 29, 2013


    I've just realised I need to explain the titles of these blogs as you're not all mind readers are you? the first ine "It's my birthday" refers to one of the haggling lines used by shop keepers here. Goes something like this. Oscar (he's our group haggler): "how much for the shirt?" Shop keeper: "20 euros." Oscar: "I only have 15." Shopkeeper: "No already reduced, 20 euros." Oscar: "Nope,sorry, only got 15." Oscar starts to leave. Shopkeeper: "Wait, ...

    Halloween in Athens, Greece

    A travel blog entry by cathterry on Oct 31, 2013

    39 photos

    ... the original marble. But still, the Romans were brilliant builders no doubt. How they had the manpower to get that heavy rock and marble up to the site is quite extraordinary. I have a much stronger appreciation and love of history having been on this trip. Head back to get the kids. The weather is beautiful, so warm, no winter here in Greece. Pick the children up from Squok Club after going through port border control, not too arduous, going on our own trips rather ...