Hotel Atlantis

138 Notara, Piraeus, Attica, 18536 , Greece | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Piraeus

Cruise day 4 - Athens

A travel blog entry by martineswann


... time of the tusk in power who decimated the city and stole and sold most precious artefacts and historical things. WWII was ******* Greece also with major losses of life and buildings again. Our 4 hours were up so back to the boat we went rather cold and tied from our early start. Mexican for lunch at the restaurant and then we all had much needed naps for a few hours before the ship left at 4pm. Dinner then the pirates show in the theatre while the girls went to the ...

The Jitters in Piraeus (Part 1)

A travel blog entry by gibbslocates


... later Grant said
"Oh look, the flag just flew off the back of the ship". That was a good omen then. Then it started, we were at the stern and saw it rise a good 25 foot. Then the hooter went and people were told to hold the rails or go inside. it was fun for a while as everyone wobbled about. We then tried to get some sleep. It was impossible due to rolling about, doors slamming and people on mobile phones. At midnight it had calmed down a bit and we went ...

Montauroux chateaus and Athenian delights

A travel blog entry by leahsourris


... retrospect better than any spanakopita we've eaten in Greece to date) and a St Tropizienne (bee sting cake) that blew H's mind. We spent some if the afternoon timing the walk into the chapel, which come wedding day we totally nailed. Watching the paella being prepared for Friday night's dinner was a total highlight. With the chef's nonexistent English, and my abysmal French, we managed to set a table and feed over fifty. Smiljka made a beautiful speech (love ya, ...


A travel blog entry by onighjoy


... turkish delight really has shocked the system. In hindsight, in Turkey, I was sugar overloading and my body got use to it. Now, its the opposite so I'll have an adjustment period.

After the museum, we walked up to the Acropolis which is not just the big temple but the whole hill. The big temple at the top is called the Parthenon, which unfortunately is under renovation for another 30 years so it was impossible to get a clean photo. The structures around it ...

Contiki - Athens (A proposal & a farewell)

A travel blog entry by fleaber


... to another hotel called the Poseidon, which was a really nice hotel. We had Sarah, Vicky and Dr Dan from our original tour with us for the second part of our tour - Greek Island Hopping! (12 days) There are 70 people in total on this tour, and Matt and I are feeling a bit overwhelmed about meeting all the new people. (Too much effort!) We were wrecked when we had our first big group dinner, but tried to chat to some people. We had 2 cocktails each on the rooftop bar, to celebrate ...


This hotel, located on 138 Notara, Piraeus, is near New Acropolis Museum, Adrianou Street, Archaeological Museum of Piraeus, and Nautical Museum of Greece.
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