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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... at all. This isn't the first time we had seen this, it was everywhere in Rome, but we were always surprised by the lack of caring on the parents part. As we continued we saw a very nice stadium that was still used for concerts in the summer and had obviously had a bit of work done to it to keep it up. As we continued to climb up the hill, the view got nicer, well as nice as a city like Athens could get. Then we hit the crowds. This slowed our ...
When walking along a street it is not uncommon to come upon a walled off, covered area in the middle of the sidewalk. Closer inspection reveals that in the process of excavating for an underground parking lot or the metro, ruins of a burial ground, bath house or road have been discovered. The ruins are everywhere and many of the Athenians we talk to have not even been to the many sights we have ...
This morning we woke up to find the ship docked in the Port of Piraeus Cruise Terminal. Our tour guide Evi will take us to the Acropolis and then for a short drive through Athens stopping at the Panathinalko Stadium and then guiding us through the Plaka.
Towering above Athens is the Acropolis, the sacred city of ancient Athenians. To reach the plateau of the Acropolis, you enter from the west through the Beule Gate. At the ...
... additions to the party and a trip to the Acropolis. Being my 4th time to Athens I wasn’t the keenest on making the trip up to the Acropolis again but was very glad I did. It is an impressive site, there were some great laughs and there is something very neat about visiting such a distinct place at so many different periods in your life. I don’t remember the first time I was there as I was 2, but I was also there when I was 15, 19 and now at 33. Something ...
... The meal was one of many that was thoroughly enjoyed and we ate plenty of mousakka, tzatziki, soulvaki, gyros and baklava throughout our time in Greece.
Upon returning to the hotel room and turning on the lights we were welcomed back by the largest cockroach I have ever seen. Of course the management had plenty of reasons to explain why this was, we were on the 1st floor, we're in a big city, the window must have been open but assured us that they spray once ...