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TravelPod Member ReviewsFiloxenia Hotel Athens
The outside was the best part. The hotel felt run down, especially the rooms which had NO view (a brick wall and the local cats) and very noisy air con. Hotel position was rather a long way from the old centre of Athens though very convenient for the museum & a very nice square with variety of good restaurants. Breakfast on rooftop was adequate & staff were ok.
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... how much pain my stomach was in.
I described the demonstrations last night as like a carnival or circus. I think that's appropriate. It certainly didn't feel angry. People were generally happy and excited. It was mostly young people, but they weren't breaking things and tossing molotovs: they were buying trinkets and food from street vendors and taking pictures. The police were respected. Things wound down orderly after midnight.
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... we were very late, it was still waiting for us. We ordered simply, roast lamb for me (like duh) and Sue went for the Gemista (stuffed capsicums/tomatoes). Both dishes, whilst large portions, were beautiful with no wanky Mastechef presentation or sauces. Perfect stuff. After dinner we strolled towards home but decided to stop for a quiet drink a a little Cafe/bar called the Regal. Hip, cool and serving wine in tiny bottles it was a fun way to ...
... or two at the site. (Do you see how I’m avoiding the plural form of grouse, basically because I don’t know what it i?. Could it be that one calls single or numerous birds of that species "grouse" the way we deal with the word “fish”?)
Anyway, the guide said the birds are pretty tame because there are few predators, and they haven’t learned to fear the human visitors.
As we were walking up the path to the temple, ...
... enough to ensure a satisfying nights sleep. We ideally want to take a ferry from Bari to Dubrovnik in Croatia, but rumour has it the boats have stopped running over the winter season as of this year. I don't know what airline people use when they say airfares are cheap in Europe, but the cheapest and most direct way to get to dubrovnik from Italy is from Rome via Amsterdam and Zagreb, and costs us nearly €200. It makes me appreciate this eurail pass all ...
... we see the ancient Theatre of Dionysssos that was used in 6th Century BC for festivals. Slightly to the north is the Odeon of Herodes Atticus built in AD 160 by Atticus in memory to his wife Regilla. This theatre holds 5000 people and was reopened in 1955 for modern day concert and theatre use.
Looking out towards the north and east from Acropolis, we see the Panathenaic Stadium originally built in 330 BC. It was re-seated for the ...