Hotel Diethnes

52 Peoniou Str., Athens, Attica, 10440, Greece | 2 star hotel
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It’s my birthday!

A travel blog entry by ryder.chris


... Macon College.

Highlights of the the Agora tour included walking on the sites of current archeological digs, and the ability to see the different depths of digging that reveal ruins from many periods (centuries!). It was really interesting seeing these ancient ruins in the middle of a thriving modern city that includes a train running through the site, graffiti, shops, restaurants, and houses, and lots of ...


A travel blog entry by darylheather


... 2 hour flight it was 8.30pm when we arrived. Then after picking up our bags we used escalators (luxury) to get accross to the metro and finding the Greek language very confusing we were rescued by a very nice couple from Sydney. They live in Athens for 5 months of the year. The guy Basil, (Greek /Italian) was a Dustin Hoffman look alike. They were so helpful, we rode with them back into the city and we got a full run ...

Greek Islands to Athens

A travel blog entry by peterandjane


... the Theatre of Dionyssos and Theatre of Herodes Atticus. The former was mostly in ruins but Herodes Atticus is well preserved and is the main venue for the Athens festival that runs from May to October. There is a lot of graffiti to be seen around Athens, much of it being artistic, but there is also a lot of straight graffiti. We head to Patras by train tomorrow morning and hope to arrive in time to catch a ferry bound for Italy.


Greek History

A travel blog entry by kolinger3


... marble. Our "chariot" awaits and we head to the Temple of Zeus, built interestingly enough by the Romans, columns are all that remain. The stadium Kalimormoro is where the Olympic torch takes off from and where the 2004 Olympic marathon ended. We continue on to the Parliament building where the changing of the guard takes place hourly. Athanse doesn’t actually ask Emma, rather takes her up to a soldier for a photo op. She says he had quite a grip on her. ...

We arrive in Athens

A travel blog entry by jnight


Arrival in Frankfurt was a bit of an adventure. The airport is huge, in spite of which there seem to be a paucity of gates. As a result, when the plane arrived we parked on the tarmac some distance from the terminal and were bussed from there. We had the standard airport terminal experience of hiking down endless passageways with brief forays up and down ...

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