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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... at the airport and flew back to Athens where we spent our last night. Our last meal was rooster cooked in a tomato sauce. I’m not sure who was more surprised, me, that they served rooster or the server, who couldn’t believe that I had never eaten it. It was very good and tender, just like a chicken's thigh or leg that we are accustomed to eating.
... two, Greek music, dogs everywhere, Kenny drafted to help with window and scolded by woman at other table for following directions, back to villa
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... cruise ship we have ever seen; some 7/8 stories high and as long as 2/3 city blocks! Unreal! Can't imagine what it must be like to board and disembark with the thousands who must have been on board! At last our train departed and we eventually arrived at Malpensa airport in Milan ready to board our flight to Athens. Exciting to be heading for somewhere new and sad to be leaving Italy ...
... dedicated to the goddess Athena. Unfortunately the Parthenon was in the process of a restoration and was under construction when we visited so scaffolding covered the front, but we were still amazed by the age, the size and the beauty of the ancient temple. If you want to find out more about the Acropolis of Athens, follow the links below: http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=BiUKO1E7_f w ...
... reflected on the poor condition of the buildings and surroundings in Athens. While the Greek economy is slowly improving, there is much to be done re infrastructure within the city. Travel Tip 18 - When visiting the Acropolis and the Parthenon arrange a guide. There is so much to internalise that it can be overwhelming. Our guide helped to contextualise the information, and gave us a clear understanding of the background and timeline of events. Another amazing day in ...