Hotel Brazil Inn

91 Filis Street, Athens, Attica, 10434, Greece | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Athens

Return to Athens from Astypalaia

A travel blog entry by js_cameron on Jul 24, 2014

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Haris and took the short flight from Astypalaia to Athens (about 1 hour).

Our vacation is over, and we had a fantastic time.

For a video of the whole 10 days, please click on this link:


Acropolis, Athens to rome.

A travel blog entry by biancadon2014 on Jun 28, 2014

... would stand 8-10 m tall. I heard one guide saying that the blocks were hollow (around 15cm in the middle) because they were filled with lead to make sure they didn't slide apart. The stone work,despite being aged by weather was still breathtaking, to say that it was all achieved with a chisel and hammer sounds unbelievable. We got some good photos before 'Cameron' decided he needed some extra sleep And we hadn't charged the extra battery yet, luckily Lucy and Chris took some extra ...

Back to Athens

A travel blog entry by carriewiepen on May 23, 2014

... It's feeling great now though! It was a beautiful view and very fun. My legs weren't even sore today because we have been hiking so much. It took a little less than three hours. We showered/hosed off in our ****** bathroom in the hotel and loaded the bus to travel to a nearby town to eat. Molly suggested we eat at this taverna she found. It was very good with the usual; tsziki, fries, fried zuchinni, lamb, "wet" hamburger, chicken, and sausage links. We then headed back ...

Pre Passover Perusing

A travel blog entry by dmatten on Apr 14, 2014

We started out the day by heading to the Temple of Zeuss. There were a few pillars still standing in one of its corners, as if the rest of it had been ripped away. At its entrance was Hadrian's gate, which was a doorway in the middle of nowhere. We had a clear view of the Pantheon and were starting to feel what it meant to be in Athens. From Zeuss's temple we walked to the Jewish museum, passing some covered ruins on the way. We wanted to try to meet people for ...

The Agora and more main sites of Athens

A travel blog entry by ahartry on Oct 01, 2013

... the statue of Nike, preserved in one of the sheds.

From Hadrian’s Library, we went to the Agora. At this point, the sun started to emerge. The agora was interesting, although, again, few actual structures remain. The middle (?) stoa has been rebuilt and houses the museum. We started at the most modern period and worked our way back to Archaic. I think museums should all be designed this way, instead of the reverse. Start with what ...