Crowne Plaza Hotel - Athens City Centre
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... corner, so i went and got one. I then meet this same weird guy that i meet a few weeks before, in the same spot and he told me the same story. And tried to get me to come with him to a bar....didn't work before and not going to work now. I then returned to the hostel, went to my room, talked with some of the people there and then went back to the roof top bar, where i talked with people and drank until about 11.15pm when the bar closed, so i went back to my room and to
... Tour through ancient ruins Sara and I were privileged to go on and try to image the culture of ancient times. I look at my life back home and see how the craziness of the day takes so much energy. We all need to find more Kefi in the daily routine. I hope I can take this lesson home with me along with all the memories we had are to yet to experience in Greece. ...
... I will answer the question everyone is dying to know, YES they call Greek yogurt "Greek yogurt" here (same with "Greek Salad"). A typical Greek breakfast is Greek yogurt and honey with fruit. Needless to say no grocery store Greek yogurt comes close to the real thing ❤️ I think this blog may be turning into a food journal based on the majority of food photos I keep adding. We started our day in Athens early, around 8am because that's when all ...
... 140 later!!! Shhhh don't tell Rodd!! The rest of the day was as Deb said, cocktails on the roof, dinner and a bit of shopping. The next day we were meeting Ioannis (John) who was our greeter that I had organised through a group called This is my Athens, thisisathens.org, it's a free service that you apply for a few months before you arrive and if lucky enough get a local to show you around. Ioannis showed up promptly at 10am at the agreed meeting place with gifts for us, such a ...