Hotel Aris

7 Pireos Street, Athens, Attica, 10552, Greece | Hotel
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Our last time to shine in the spotlight!

A travel blog entry by jazminebattle


... the school we were able to change and vocally warm up for our performance. Then when the students were coming in, or music director told us to go out in the audience and talk to the students, make a personal connection. We all suddenly became very nervous. This is not an easy task because the students speak Greek and for many of them, their second language was French. We were at first very hesitant but our professor ...

From the country to the city, our road trip ends.

A travel blog entry by footloose_llr


... starring Gerard Butler .. at least it wasn't from the Simpsons which is where my son Jack seems to learn quite a few facts!! One thing we did notice not only on this leg of our road trip is that there are wind farms and solar panel farms all over the country, a really good indication that Greece is harnessing ecopower. A minor hiccup finding a petrol station close to the airport as the exit is marked Cargo, Airport Services but it's pretty easy to go around and get back there.. ...

My big, fat Greek adventure!

A travel blog entry by katelynthoresen


The reason I've waited a week to write this entry is because I'm still in the process of forming my opinion about Greece. It's sooo different from Italy! My perception of Athens so far is so confounded with my experiences in Italy. I want to say that it seems less exotic than Rome, but if I had come here first I would be completely out of my element! Although I feel like a more experienced traveler and I knew the challenges that awaited, I still have had ...

Day 2

A travel blog entry by kay_douglas


... get me a pair of those) and a stroll through the National Gardens. Next stop was The Temple of the Olympian Zeus and Handrian's Arch. I have to say, the Temple was incredibly impressive. We spent the afternoon in the Acropolis Museum before wandering back through Plaka for a spot of shopping. I now have a blister on one toe and am feeling really sore in the legs - so much walking! Tomorrow we collect our car for our road ...

Lots of amazing Greek ruins!

A travel blog entry by dbats


... informative and despite a scheduled protest in town today, managed to get us to the sights without much bother or delay.

The city is dense with apartment buildings where balconies overflow with plants etc… Vasilis told us that there aren't as many cars on the road these days since the Government was applying tax on vehicles based upon their size. So people were getting rid of their large cars and reducing the number of cars ...


This hotel, located in the Omonia Square area of Athens, is near Parliament Building (Vouli), Kolonaki, Psiri, and Stavros Melissinos' Art Shop.
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