Hotel Argo Anita

Address: 23-25 Notara Street, Piraeus, Attica, 185 31, Greece | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 23-25 Notara Street, Piraeus, is near New Acropolis Museum, Adrianou Street, Archaeological Museum of Piraeus, and Nautical Museum of Greece.
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      Travel Blogs from Piraeus

      An Unusual Sight and Karl is the Star of the Show!

      A travel blog entry by rambling_roamer on Jan 19, 2015

      5 photos

      ... The ship arrived in a bit earlier than originally scheduled, but we were also scheduled to leave an hour earlier. This is because of construction at the Suez Canal. The ship must be at anchor at the canal by 7:00 PM on January 20, to secure its spot in the southbound convoy of ships. The bad news is that we are likely to be in the early convoy that begins at midnight, so half of the transit will be in the dark.

      In Piraeus, we were booked on a private tour ...

      Touring Athens, Greece

      A travel blog entry by in-china on Nov 11, 2014

      8 photos

      ... and Classical Greek Art. A few of the museum's most important exhibits included the bronze statue of Poseidon, Head of Hygeia "Goddess of Health", bronze statue of the "Jockey Boy" of Artemision, Golden Mask of Agamemnon and brilliant Minoan-style frescoes from Santorini.

      We then stopped in the Plaka area for a traditional Greek lunch followed by wandering around the old district of Athens.
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      Feasting on Greek Mythology

      A travel blog entry by camac52 on Apr 22, 2014

      ... being displayed in museums, five in Athens and one in Britain. Then came the star attraction, the Parthenon. While under much restoration and with most of it having been destroyed, this still conveyed how magnificent and impressive was this structure! Its sheer size, especially height, was and is staggering and the architectural design elements; mind boggling. The extensive carvings that were displayed around the roof perimeter were stunning ...

      Days 62 to 72: Grece Part I Athens and Crete

      A travel blog entry by tadtravels on Oct 05, 2013

      30 photos

      ... was told it by the monitor lady that called him over, scolded him, and made him show her deleting the pictures. Now I hear this from Tom because I was not around. When I heard the "Excuse Me!", “Excuse ME!” coming from behind us I kept walking as if not to hear. Tom on the other hand hung his head low and went toward the beckoning official and took his lumps. The point of the story should be that we learned our lesson, were mortified and ashamed ...

      Greek History

      A travel blog entry by kolinger3 on Aug 14, 2013

      2 comments, 12 photos

      ... marble. Our "chariot" awaits and we head to the Temple of Zeus, built interestingly enough by the Romans, columns are all that remain. The stadium Kalimormoro is where the Olympic torch takes off from and where the 2004 Olympic marathon ended. We continue on to the Parliament building where the changing of the guard takes place hourly. Athanse doesn’t actually ask Emma, rather takes her up to a soldier for a photo op. She says he had quite a grip on her. ...

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