Delfini Hotel

Address: leocharous 7, Piraeus, Attica, 185-31, Greece | Hotel
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This hotel, located on leocharous 7, Piraeus, is near New Acropolis Museum, Adrianou Street, Archaeological Museum of Piraeus, and Museum of Olympiacos.
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    Travel Blogs from Piraeus

    Still it Athens - Piraeus actually

    A travel blog entry by davidmuise49 on Apr 11, 2015

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    ... open air markets where you really get the feeling for the area. Bins of fresh fish and whole sheep hanging from hooks being sold by a chorus of mongers trying to out yell each other.

    Debby wanted to visit some of the beautiful Greek Orthodox churches since it is Orthodox Easter so we saw a few but couldn't understand a word of the services - it was all Greek to ...

    An Unusual Sight and Karl is the Star of the Show!

    A travel blog entry by rambling_roamer on Jan 19, 2015

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    ... the commercial harbor. The skies continued to clear and the sun came out. Hooray! We have been so lucky with weather so far on this trip. It turned out to be a beautiful day. Alex played a couple of short DVD's on the way to tell us some of the history of the canal and Corinth.

    Our first stop was at the Corinth Canal. The canal connects the Corinth Gulf with the Saronic Gulf and was built across the Corinth isthmus in 1880's. It is 6.4 km long, 24 meters wide ...

    Arriving in Athens

    A travel blog entry by katemagnolia on Nov 03, 2014

    4 photos

    ... three floors to our room, where we settled in and caught up on internet related things before taking an afternoon walk up to the lights of the acropolis and tea. Dinner was at a family run restaurant we found online. The staff were brothers and had everyone laughing as they joked around. The father and owner stood outside, greeting guests and locals and making sure the good was just so. Athens itself seems busy and big and dirty, just like any of the ...

    Looking For Zeus!

    A travel blog entry by rnh on Oct 05, 2014

    1 comment, 11 photos

    ... explore. From here we were able to see the Acropolis, get a close up look at Hadrian’s Arch and visit the Temple of Zeus. While walking around the Temple of Zeus, it is simply amazing to see how much geography the Temple took up with its myriad of houses, roman baths and other buildings that would have been part of the Temple area. I was most excited to find that I could actually get a picture of the Temple of Zeus and the Acropolis including the Parthenon ...

    What A View

    A travel blog entry by tinadoug on Sep 30, 2014

    13 photos

    ... be built any higher than the Acropolis. I have to confess that I'd never really understood the difference between the Acropolis and Parthenon but the guide explained it very simply. 'Acro' means high and 'polis' means city which is exactly what it is. A collection of buildings, with the Parthenon being the most prominent, which sit on top of a very high hill...simple really.

    This was ...