Civitel Olympic Hotel

Address: 2a Kifissias Leoforos, Marousi, Attica, 151 25, 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 sun finds us waiting for a boat

          A travel blog entry by markandgina on Sep 10, 2015

          5 photos

          ... Naxos, Cyclades white washed buildings lining waterfronts and dotting hills, watched dolphins play in the stern waves, surfing and jumping, and, now, sailed past the quiet east coast of Ios, Santorini appearing off the starboard bow. iPhones and iPads and telephoto lenses jostle for space and photo opportunities as we sail into the bay of Santorini. It is magnificent, with white washed villages perched on the edge of the caldera, ...

          Makarska

          A travel blog entry by lrbeard on Jul 19, 2015

          4 photos

          Today I was very slow getting out of bed. I felt mildly nauseous and I had eaten a baguette around 2:30am so I decided to stay in bed and skip breakfast. When we stopped for a swim I did drag myself out of bed for a brief swim but I still felt ****. I attempted sun baking on the deck but it was way too hot so I took some panadol and had a rest because I wanted to feel ok when we reached our destination at lunchtime. Our destination for today was Makarska, a town about an hours drive ...

          Rome

          A travel blog entry by lrbeard on Jul 08, 2015

          2 photos

          ... which was in the arch ways as a supportive material was actually dug out and re-used for other things and that this explains why there are so many pock marks in the structure. They didn't repair this when restoring it as it is part of the coliseums history. I was also reminded that the main part of the collapse of the building happened in the 1300s when there was a massive earthquake. I also found it interesting that you can still make out the Roman numeral numbers above the ...

          Crumbling Ruins

          A travel blog entry by katemc55 on May 20, 2015

          2 comments, 13 photos

          ... on the Elgin marbles... She asked (on camera) if I knew what they were, and if I thought they should be returned to Greece. Of course yes, I said with enthusiasm, somewhat mindful of where I was and not being rude to ones hosts! However I do believe it's a pretty poor show by the British, and the Acropolis Museum, shows they have a pretty good spot to keep them! We finished with a great lunch at the Museum cafe, anchovies with an ...

          The Ruins of Ancient Greece

          A travel blog entry by jeffandamanda on Mar 23, 2015

          102 photos

          ... that in Athens, the museums and ruins don’t wait for you. They closed at 3:00 p.m., so we missed our chance.

          During our walk through the square a friendly gentleman came up and we knew he was selling something, but when he asked where we were from (and he was from the Philippines, not Greece) we told him USA and then Missouri. He was blown away. His fiancé was from Kansas City and was coming to Greece to live in two weeks. He could even quote the street ...