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- Minbar in room
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
- High-speed internet in room
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... crowd at parliament so got to see this one properly which was good. Across the road from the palace is a huge public park – under armed guard I might add – but you can see all the green in my photo from the acropolis which shows the stadium and temple of Zeus.
Emanuel then drove us to the Plaka which is like a pedestrianised shopping area, cafes, some archaeological sites and his cuzzy’s restaurant where he left us for lunch and ...
To get to Athens from Corfu we had to fly. Our hostel wws right near the airport so it wws easy to get there and simce the flight was only an hour, we were in Athens by about 1:00. The bus ride into the centre of town was actually almost as long as the flight. Our hostel was right in the main restaurant/shopping area with views of.the acropolis as you walk up the street. It was also really close to where the bus dropped us off, which meant it was easy for me to catch the bus ...
... where those restaurants with the views were!! It was a lovely night but by 9.30 we were over walking around and finally found a rooftop restaurant that had a spare table. Disappointing in that the service and food here was absolutely terrible. The couple on the table next to us (despite arriving just before us) waited for around 45 minutes before anyone took their order, then by the one hour mark had to ask again if bread/wine was coming? ...
... we had another liter (kilo is the measurement here at places (????)) of wine (white) with our meal. Kevin did well and we had the aforementioned liter of wine, eggplant dip (delicous, though not sure what the difference is between this and babaganoush (no tahini, maybe?)), roasted peppers, boiled greens (yay more veggies), saganaki ("fried" cheese) and 1+ lbs (500 mg) of lamb chops (though I'm not sure how these are classified as chops -- they have the loin but are ...
... squeezing as people tried to enter and exit the train; and lots of confusion being created. I will not try to detail everything that happened, except to say that the only reason Karyn I both still have our wallets is that we had prepared for something like this before we even left home. Me with my wallet chained to my belt and my shirt worn outside my pants, and Karyn with a bag designed for security and worn across ...