Golden Sun Hotel
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... learnt some Greek dancing around the pool, and a few of us kiwis got together and did the haka for the locals. I hope the video and pics of that don't come out haha!!! Amazing good, brilliant week, good people and I'M TANNED!! life is so good. Off to Turkey, bring on the next adventure! Ps just made the mistake of reading a friends blog, who is a much better writer than I am. Apologies for what you have just read (those of you who made it this far!!!) ...
... wrong out of Flaminio station. We shrugged our shoulders and sighed and continued into a chuckle, what else could we do but laugh. Back to the train to wait to head back to the first stop. We still hadn't dropped our bags and all of a sudden it was 8pm still daylight, but we were hungry. We followed our instructions as best we could remember and found the actual tram. Conveniently there was a Burger King right next to the tram stop, not traditional cuisine but simple and ...
... I got Chicken with Chinese vegetables and rice, which was in a thin brown sauce and tasted a stir fry instead of MSG ridden salt sludge.
After Chinese, it was time to head over to the gym. The dance class was a WORKOUT. There were only three girls in the class, and I was definitely at the beginner level. We did aerobic stretching and pole dancing, which is a lot of upper body work and ...
... we decided to catch up on some emails and have an early night.
On day 2 (my birthday), we started to explore our neighbourhood. It was a really lovely part of Athens, a little bit touristy but lovely nonetheless and right under the Acropolis. Lots of cafés, restaurants, flea markets (Bronte bedside herself :-)) and ruins literally under our feet. Surprisingly a lot of people spoke English. We had a very casual day; we had all slept terribly and my cold ...
... the airport so we were advised to rent a car for the week. We picked up our car at Avis and drove to visit the Palace of Knossos, which is not far from the airport. It was something that Tom had wanted to visit for a long time, being a history buff. The Palace of Knossos is the most well-known archeological site of Minoan ruins – the remains of a civilization that predated that of classical Greece and probably influenced the development of Greek culture ...