Golden Age Hotel Athens
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the city centre there was a lovely nativity scene, beautifully planted with red cyclamen plants. Life sized camels and kings were walking down a path to the stable where a small girl who had climbed over the fencing was trying to feed the sheep models, we watched for a few minutes as she busily gave each of them a hand full of hay. We continued to the bus stop and arrived back at 4.00pm to a dog who was very happy to see ...
... had a romantic view of places they have never lived.
The next day we went to a bunch of ruins including the Acropolis, which was breath taking, and my favorite ruin so far. It was like I was in heaven. So well preserved compared to Rome. We then hiked around and got a little lost. I convinced Yeo to climb a cliff to the top of a tall hill. It was definitely worth it. I saw a friendly tortoise at the top, i dont have any clue how he got there. We climbed farther ...
... instead of gold, silver and bronze medals, millions of dollars/euros where spent to win the Olympic bid and hold the games. It is interesting to note that in 1896, the birth of what is now considered the "modern Olympics", stadiums built to host those games were used again for the 2004 games. This will however not be the case for future Olympics if they ever return to Athens.
Many of the buildings built for the 2004 games have not ...
... between the Temple of Zeus
precincts and a large busy street full of traffic.
We found Athens
to be very large, very crowded, and with a huge graffiti problem and were quite
glad to set off early next morning to catch the train to Kalambaka, in northern
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... detail and by their near 3D shape on the gable ends. It is almost unbelievable to know something like this was built around 1,500 years ago! The day just continued on with more ruins of massive temples, arches and other structures. We viewed Old Agora with its Temple of Heraklion, Hadrians Arch, The Temple of Zeus???, and other sites; they seemed to be everywhere. On day 2 we started at the New Archaelogical Museum where we saw endless original ...