Epidavros Hotel

14, Koumoundourou str, Athens, Attica, 10437, Greece | 2 star hotel
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All greek to us

A travel blog entry by lamondg on Aug 03, 2014

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As the great philosopher Pythagorosticus once said, "it's all a matter of perspective."

We’re on our final tour bus for the trip, cruising through the surprisingly dilapidated streets of Athens. Tour guide Effie is regaling us with the exploits of the ancient Greeks. “It was a golden time for Greece. Athens was the first true democracy in the world.” Ok, so half of the three hundred ...

Attica: Parthenon in the morning before the crowds

A travel blog entry by determined34 on Jul 02, 2014

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... historic marble, looking at the Parthenon, its columns, ruins and the other temples. Next stop was the Olympieion (Temple of Zeus) that has more columns. These columns are Corinthian. This area was accessed by Hadrian's Arch - Hadrian was a nice Italian boy who was a great admirer of Greece. Third stop was Panathenaic Olympic stadium, which is an odyssey to marble 'kali marmaro', followed by the Presidential Palace and Parliament House, where we saw the ...

The Temple of Who? (7th-8th June)

A travel blog entry by matt.stevie on Jun 07, 2014

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... for me fried potatoes turned out to be hot chips! After dinner we made our way towards Lycabettus Hill. It's a big hill with a church up the very top that looks over the whole city. It had an amazing view from up there. We couldn't believe how big the city was. There happened to be a wedding going on up there at the time so we tried to be inconspicuous, but it was quite an effort to get up there so we weren't missing out! We then headed home to call it a night. My ...

Days 62 to 72: Grece Part I Athens and Crete

A travel blog entry by tadtravels on Oct 05, 2013

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... This ancient civilization based on Crete was called the Minoan civilization because it was thought that King Minos from Greek mythology ruled here, and his son the Minotaur wandered the labyrinth under his palace. In the partially reconstructed ruins of what may or may not have been a palace at Knossos, you could see that the ancient Minoans had running water and a sewage system. You could also see that the complex of rooms could be very confusing ...

Athens the land of Ruins... well one of them...

A travel blog entry by latzylu on Jun 03, 2013

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... wrong way to tell a guy you’re not interested. The beach was quite nice, a bit rocky though. When he produced alcohol, I couldn't help but hear alarm bells. Then wanted to go to his place for coffee. All the classic lines. I didn't want to say no and get left on the beach, but I didn't really want to go either. Anyway he tried all the stops so it seemed, booze, coffee, candle light, dancing and none if it worked. Just not interested. Finally got him to take ...

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This 2 star hotel, located in the Omonia Square area of Athens, is near Parliament Building (Vouli), Kolonaki, Psiri, and The Sanctuary of Artemis.
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    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good