Crowne Plaza Hotel - Athens City Centre
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... my feet were killing me not a good start to my trip the worst part was when I checked the map I was only about a block away..... That night I went to dinner with the contiki group I hit it off straight away with Juls, john, Kelsey, rich, Alyssa and jumana and I was really excited to find that Juls would be my room mate for the next ...
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We then visited shops ranging from clothes to trinkets and everything in between ..I wouldn't say Athens is cheap but you can find nice quality garments at reasonable prices. Shirley had a foot spa which she said was amazing and just what she needed.
We then had lunch at a lovely restaurant. The Caesar salad was just what I needed and it didn't fall short with a glass of freshly squeezed orange juice..thought better of having a wine just ...
... waiters and management who are all very courteous and ready to meet the needs of their guests with attention to personalized service. I believe with such attention given it can be one of the reasons for the many repeaters.
ROOM: Our spacious, bright and elegantly decorated room had a classy touch, fully equipped with modern amenities. Being on the 4th floor (#426) it overlooked the Greek Parliament and the tomb of the Unknown Soldier where we ...
... statues, and many small artifacts, including wooden carvings of horses, men and other things that would have acted as children's toys. Several of the artifacts were what appeared to be the remains of the bodies of various statues of the gods, including one of Artemis, the goddess of the hunt. Although very fascinating, many of these artifacts have begun to blend together from museum to museum. Next, our tour made its way outside, towards the Ancient ...
... in this direction so we assume prices will head northwards as they have done in Greece.
We spend our days in Athens with Rod making morning raids for take away coffee (it takes a couple of sortees to figure out who makes a good brew), quick breakfast then off to one or another site or museum. The Acropolis, as forewarned, is extremely busy but if you can zone out from this it is, of course, a most amazing place. The new Acropolis Museum at the base of the ...