Hotel Bella Vista

109 Vass. Pavlou Kastella, Piraeus, Attica, 18533 , Greece | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Piraeus

Athens

A travel blog entry by kayeg

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Piraeus is a very busy port and we arrived at the same time as several other cruise ships and ferries so it was quite a process getting docked! Very much cooler today so it was out with the jumpers once again. Then off to Athens! So different to what we had expected. Perhaps because we visited on Easter Saturday and there was much less traffic about. It seemed a very calm clean and beautiful city. We took a guided tour of the Acropolis and that was truly amazing in spite of the fact ...

Athens and the Acropolis and BO

A travel blog entry by bsrancho5

... We found a streetcar and rode it back to the port. We did not have a ticket and rode for free without anyone asking us for a ticket.

Back at the ship, we decided to do some wash and a close by laundry room was very useful. we had a pretty good sit down meal that night and managed to stay awake enough to catch a show in the large showroom. A nice singing and dancing show ...

Athens

A travel blog entry by chrisandaletta

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... tzatziki, chips and if you wanted tomato and onion wrapped in a pita. Mine was pretty ordinary and I've had better kebabs in Brisbane, but I was grateful for the sustenance. We then had roughly 45 minutes free time to explore the shop lined alleyways, not much time at all, but I managed to buy a dress and a silver pendant in a Greek pattern as souvenirs. Where there s a will, there is a way, and I was hellbent on not missing out, despite feeling awful. We ...

Santorini (Thira) Island, GREECE

A travel blog entry by writeofpassage

... experiences frequent earthquakes. The island was victim to a particularly devastating earthquake in 1956 (7.8 on the richter scale), killing lots of people and destroying many homes. Since then the locals have built their homes with strong dome shaped roofs to protect themselves in case another large earthquake ever occurs. That is how the tradition of white houses with blue dome roofs was born. It was a long boat ride ...

Greek History

A travel blog entry by kolinger3

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... marble. Our "chariot" awaits and we head to the Temple of Zeus, built interestingly enough by the Romans, columns are all that remain. The stadium Kalimormoro is where the Olympic torch takes off from and where the 2004 Olympic marathon ended. We continue on to the Parliament building where the changing of the guard takes place hourly. Athanse doesn’t actually ask Emma, rather takes her up to a soldier for a photo op. She says he had quite a grip on her. ...

Location

This hotel, located on 109 Vass. Pavlou Kastella, Piraeus, is near New Acropolis Museum, Adrianou Street, Archaeological Museum of Piraeus, and Nautical Museum of Greece.
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