Golden Age Hotel Athens
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... the first Olympic) Stadium in Greece and St. George, a scenic church on top of a huge hill where we could look back on
all of Greece.
We ate at Kati Allo Restaurant, a Rick Steves' recommendation where we had typical local Greek food of roasted lamb, stuffed peppers, french fries. We decided try the Ouzo which the waiter served with green apples to make the taste more palatable. We had to add water to weaken it a ...
... Oia, tons of resorts with sweet pools, Skaros rock, Kenny took pic of guy singing on top of rock, went to shops in Oia, had ice cream frappe and smoothie, super hungry, I didn't want to stay for sunset, Kenny did, crazy crowds, tons of Asian tourists, really good grilled corn, watched sunset from ****** side of street with old people who crowded in front of us, had cheap gyros and free wine in Fira, started Grand Budapest but falling asleep
... Greece will not be quite as expensive as Italy has been especially Florence and Venice. Arrived Athens and found our way via the metro to our hotel. Actually once we exited the metro at the correct stop, we were a little uncertain of what to do next. Fortunately found some helpful people and it turned out our hotel was a mere 100 metres away. Checked in and headed for the bar on ...
... htm http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/primaryhis tory/ancient_greeks/athens/ After seeing the astounding Acropolis, Shivaun and I headed back to our hotel to quickly pack our bags again for the airport. We had a big day of travel ahead of us! We said goodbye to our friends Natalie, Kylie and Alyce (as they were off to Italy) and started our long journey to Lagos, Portugal to meet up again with our friend ...
The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier is guarded by the Evzones, an elite regiment in traditional dress.
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Every hour there is a ceremonial transfer of power among the traditionally-garbed guards outside the Parliament. On Sundays however, the ceremony is more complex and offers a particularly good opportunity for photographs.