Holiday Inn Athens Attica Avenue Airport West
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... have done it in the past and we were totally satisfied….but is the cuisine still yummy? The question I felt I had to answer.
I have never been here in summer, only because I try to keep away from crowds and noise, but coming here in the middle of winter even with snow outside, I believe the feeling is the same. It is like having your meal on a Greek island due to the breathtaking view and excellent tastes.
LOCATION: It is not difficult at all ...
... 2004 Olympics were held in outskirts of town. The Flame comes from Olympia to, the stadium for 1 day then on run to country. The excitement of the day was a close call with a taxi. The yellow marks on the corner of the bus symbolise 'the kiss'. It was funny listening to an Italian bus driver arguing with a Greek taxi driver.Then off through the beautiful fruit and veg part of the island on the way to the ferry.Joanne
... contest between Poseidon and Athena who were competing for possession of Athens. As the story goes, Poseidon impaled his large spear in the ground and Athena planted an Olive Tree. Athena was awarded the victory and an olive tree grows today alongside the building that honors this historical moment. On one side of the Erechtheion is the Caryatid Porch with six shapely maidens in Ionian garments holding up the roof.
Standing at the south edge of ...
Our car service picked us up 8.30am for our 3 hour flight to Athens at 12.15pm. Our driver Raz was telling us it's his 2nd job as he has two sons in university. He actually worked for British Airways full time as an engineer. When he found out we live in Sydney he told us his cousin is doing medicine in Sydney. Raz said his ...
... size, accentuated by their position over Athens.
As you enter the sanctuary of the Acropolis, the stairs wind upward through the Proplylia, where the columns stand three-stories tall. Magnificent! The construction of the Propylaia (437-432 BC) was interrupted due to the outbreak of the Peloponnesian War, and as result the original plan remained incomplete.
Marble walkways, crumbled and slippery, are all that’s left of the ...