Hotel Atlantis

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

    Acropolis Now (you know it was coming)

    A travel blog entry by michaelcourt on Aug 28, 2014

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... by Venetians in the 1600s.

    We finally escaped the crowds back down into the city for some liquid refreshments before returning to the ship around lunch time. We were tired from a couple of late nights in a row, so we managed an afternoon nap before heading to a cocktail party in the lounge where we sipped some cocktails with some of our new-found friends and met some of the ships senior staff. We then made the trek to the opposite end of the ship for ...

    The great Climb!

    A travel blog entry by hyperpipe on Jun 10, 2014

    30 photos

    ... port. Athens i thought was quite pretty and large 5 million people. Most buildings are white and the city glistens in the sun. They are not allowed to build anything more then 7 stories high, its the law throughout all of the city, so no skyscrapers anywhere. Of course the Acropolis sits in the center of Athens. I was quite worried about the climb up , Patty's heard me go on about that. But we took the path instead of the ...


    A travel blog entry by lisaknitter on Jan 22, 2014

    5 photos

    ... raise eyebrows at our 9-person Supreme Court today: back then, the smallest was 201, but the average was around 500. There were water clocks to keep people from talking too long, and all juries had to be complete by the end of the day. There was a completely randomized machine for choosing a completely random jury out of 6000 contestants - so, in other words, if you wanted to bribe someone, you needed to be really rich.

    Too bad modern-day politics doesn't necessarily work the same way.

    Athens - Ancient city of learning

    A travel blog entry by keithandialaska on Nov 20, 2013

    17 photos

    ... for todays tour Nina gave us plenty of information on modern day and ancient Greece. Schooling is compulsory for 12 years with the 13th year optional for those wishing to study further. Entrance exams to university are extremely tough and once tertiary studies are complete, young men are required to do 9 months compulsory military service – usually being sent far away from home to do so. It took a good 45 minutes through the traffic from the ship ...

    Cruise day 4 - Athens

    A travel blog entry by martineswann on Oct 10, 2013

    21 photos

    ... 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 ...