Golden City Hotel
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... the check in process was exceptionally smooth and before we knew it we were on board and in cabin 7167 which looked over Athens. We had a few hours walking around familiarising ourselves with the decks and had lunch in the Lido restaurant. At 20:30 we went to our allocated seating time for dinner and met our new table buddies for the trip. As we were finishing dinner the ship started to pull out of port so we went to the top deck to watch Athens as we sailed away from ...
... and look at the stage, this is the theatre that the Greek comedy's by Aristophanes were performed what a sight that would have been I giggle to my self as I remember classics class and how Kellie never understood a single sexual reference. In the evening we meet up with Fallon in this cute cocktail bar I found on trip advisor the walls are covered in different coloured liquor bottles and gives the entire bar this pretty cool ...
... modern Olympic games, but built on the site of ancient stadiums. Did you know that a Stadia is a unit of length, the length of a stadium... get it?!
We had dinner at our local taverna, recommended by our host. We ordered way too much. Small fish, mixed veg, okra, liver, chicken and chips. So good.
We went on a free walking tour on our first full day. It was a great tour, but it was 3.5hours. I ...
... pat down, so a bit of excitement for me!! all done by 11.15, so all good at this stage. After all the "hoo ha" about needing to turn on all your electronic equipment at the scanner stage,it just did not happen.As our EasyJet flight was not till 2.30 we had lunch and a look around duty free and other shops there. Then at 1.30 looking at the board for Gate number it said, “no gate till 3-20”... bugger that was nearly an ...
... Parthenon overlooks the beautiful temple of Athena Nike, the Erechtheion and Athens' old town. Today the Parthenon is widely seen to be a symbol of Ancient Greece and the birth place of modern democracy. As we arrived thousands of tourists were making their way up the narrow entrance to the Parthenon. The steps were uneven and treacherously smooth due to the high level of people traffic over this area each day. The Parthenon and surrounding ruins rose before us as ...