Hotel Cosmos

Vict Ougo & Psaron 16, Athens, Attica, 10438, Greece | 2 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Athens

Poseidon and seafood

A travel blog entry by upthecreek


... port in Athens. The ferries are huge (as big as the Spirit of Tasmania) with many different lines, sizes and types of ships (both fast and slow). They head to every island from here so you could imagine the hustle around this place during peak season. We moved a short distance north of the port to a marine area where the rich keep their boats, and there's a park and playground for the kids. After an awesome snack of frozen yoghurt (which you can cover in as many pieces ...

Costa Magica - Katakolon and Athens

A travel blog entry by kathyfam


... to take it all in. The Parthenon suffered its greatest destruction at the hands of the Venetians in 1687. The Acropolis was being held by the Turks who had gunpowder stored in the Parthenon. The Venetians fired a shell which caused the gunpowder to explode reducing the masterpiece to a pitiful ruin. Athens is not a place I would want to come back to except to see the ancient runs and sites. Will have to add photos ...

Day 19 - Athens: Museum & Shopping

A travel blog entry by bradborno


... exercising my ability to communicate "BRAAAAAAKES!" via telepathy and clenched teeth certainly helped us once or twice.

After taking the metro from Piraeus to central Athens, we checked into Central Hotel in the Plaka, upgrading from our previous Athens hotel (Athos Hotel) even though it was only 20 feet down the block. A bit of window shopping for gifts consumed some of our time after a much needed lunch before we visited the ...

The money trickles downward

A travel blog entry by gibbslocates


Well, Athens is turning out to be interesting. The place has had an economic hand grenade thrown at it and you dont have to go far to see it. Opposite our place is a beautiful colonial style hotel that's been boarded up. it's a testament to the people of Athens that it hasnt been plundered or wrecked. it's just there, no for sale signs, just a statement of what's happened here. The sad bit is that it'll never return to it's former glory.

As for us, ...

Antiquities, Indoors and Out

A travel blog entry by nz2008


We promised ourselves a slightly slower pace today, and we followed through. We began at the ancient Agora, the ruins of the cultural center of ancient Athens, which sits below the Acropolis. The highlight for me was the restored Stoa, which is a kind of ancient mall or marketplace where people strolled and shopped. In the 1950s, the main one was restored by the American College of Classical Studies, and it is lovely. Some of the market stalls have been repurposed as ...

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This 2 star hotel, located in the Omonia Square area of Athens, is near Mt. Lycabettus (Likavitos), Parliament Building (Vouli), Ermou Street, and Kolonaki.
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