Faros 1 Hotel
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Multilingual staff
- Refrigerator in room
- Breakfast Available
- Room service
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... year either at the end of secondary schooling or after tertiary study. Those over 6ft have the chance of being in the guards. Their hours of work are less but they have to stand still in a hot and heavy uniform for an hour in possibly 40 degree heat.
He took us to the Presidential Palace, formerly the Royal Palace, for the changing of the guard there. It was a much less busy spot and so we could appreciate the actions more. This is a quieter area because all demonstrations ...
... While she was getting ready, I headed up to the guest relations desk to settle some charges on our account. I also checked out the itineraries for next summer, as we had been discussing a return trip to either Hawaii or coming back to Venice to do a back to back 14 night cruise to Croatia, Greece, Ephesus and the Greek Isles. There was a promotion on board which we took advantage of and booked our cruise for next summer. I will ...
We arrived in Athens early this morning. Since we were here before we stayed away from the usual tourist sites and visited the new Acropolis Museum which was not open the last time we were here. So off the ship and on to the Hop On - Hop Off Bus for a quick tour of the city and a stop at the museum.
The artifacts in the museum are some what sparse at this time as many of ...
... REALLY close. So we landed at the airport at 9:20 and arrived at our hostel at 1:30. Except we weren’t really there. The gal at reception says, "You are in our other building."
Once again it is important to note that I pride myself on my navigational skills. I am always the one that reads that map, that can find her way back to where she started, that sees landmarks, street signs, and has no problem getting around. However, by now I had no faith in ...
... Corinth Canal and ancient Corinth arranged by Budd with Athens Tour Greece. Lucky for us by the time we got off the ship at about 8 o'clock, the rain had stopped and our guide, Alex, was waiting for us. Corinth is about an hour away from the port and with morning rush hour traffic, Alex, got us out of the city and onto the highway as quickly as he could. We drove along the coast and could see the Acropolis in Athens in the distance as we passed refineries, a cement ...