Faros II Hotel

Address: 117 Kolokotroni, Piraeus, Attica, 18536, Greece | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 117 Kolokotroni, Piraeus, is near New Acropolis Museum, Adrianou Street, Archaeological Museum of Piraeus, and Nautical Museum of Greece.
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      Travel Blogs from Piraeus

      Arriving in Athens

      A travel blog entry by katemagnolia on Nov 03, 2014

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      ... 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 ...

      Day 9 Piraeus

      A travel blog entry by nannaontour2014 on Sep 09, 2014

      1 comment, 4 photos

      ... It was early dinner for us - 5.45pm, rather than our usual 8pm, and at a table in the ship's stern with fab ocean view. Very enjoyable. ------------------- Much later I ventured out onto the deck. Lights were out and it was deserted and quiet, so hard to imagine 2,000+ people snuggled into cabins above. The sky was clear with full, bright moon showering silver across the water. Beneath, the sea gushed past - a quiet, deep gurgle of liquid purple - ...

      The cradle of Western civilization

      A travel blog entry by wayfgrrl on May 26, 2014

      2 comments, 44 photos

      ... outlined the history of Greece and kept us interested the entire day. We drove along the coastal road of the Saronic Gulf, over the canal and onto the Peloponnesian Peninsula.

      Myth has it that Perseus built a palace on the Mycenaean Acropolis (akron + polis means "high city"), cleverly protected by the Lion Gate entrance and a maze of streets and blind corners inside. The citadel and town were at their height in about 1350 BC.

      Epidaurus ...

      Day 11

      A travel blog entry by kennyd93 on Jan 22, 2014

      5 photos

      Today we went to Delphi, and visited the Monastery of Osios Loukas.

      It's hard to stay enthused about looking at ruins for two weeks... that being said, it was still an amazing, once in a lifetime experience. We got to view several ancient columns, a temple of Apollo and a raceway. As we hiked up the mountain I quickly understood why the Grecians were athletic and related gods to nature, as everything was beautiful and ...

      Athens, Greece

      A travel blog entry by stephen.glenda on Oct 08, 2013

      24 photos

      ... Athens unique. According to the legend the Phoenician Kekrops founded the city on the rock of the Acropolis. Athens’s patronage was disputed by two Olympian Gods, Poseidon and Athena. The council of the gods decided to settle the dispute with a duel: Poseidon against his niece Athena. The winner would be the one to offer to the city the most useful gift. The mighty Sea God struck the rock with his trident and a fountain of semi salted water sprang from the earth. Cleverly ...