Hotel Delfini

7 Leocharous, Athens, Attica, Greece | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Athens

More in 48 hrs than most ppl see in their lives

A travel blog entry by playhard on Jul 01, 2014

5 comments, 5 photos

... and kind of tasted like moonshine. Amanda had to dump hers out because it was so strong. We had a greek salad which was INCREDIBLE and had zero lettuce. Only Tomatoes, red and green bell peppers, cucumbers, red onions, olives, feta cheese and seasoning (either dried oregano or italian seasoning). For lunch, Amanda had Moussaka and I had Souvlaki. Both were amazing. great recommendation from the travel agent and we left very content.

We needed internet ...

Athens to Patras and return ferry to Italy

A travel blog entry by jenny-peter-g on May 26, 2014

5 photos

... Back on the coach and a drive back to the city centre for a look around and lunch. Found a restaurant in order to have a real Greek Souvlaki or Goya as they call it before leaving Greece - very delicious too.

Back on the coach for the three hour drive back across the other side to Patras for the ferry back to Italy. This time about 25 hours back to a port much further north closer to our next stop Venice.

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You can see why the Mediterranean is called blue!

A travel blog entry by turkey-greece14 on May 23, 2014

10 photos

... there is graffiti from past visitors, including Lord Byron. Today we it is roped off to avoid more destruction of the famous ruins. There is not much to see but with a little bit of imagination and the brilliant description of the temple made by our great guide we can just see what it was like in the 5th Century BC. Below we see the port that was used for the ships of war. This is one of the main routes by sea into Athens. And the vast blue of the sea!

I love Ancient History.......

A travel blog entry by suehawes on May 01, 2014

6 photos

... LOL anyway met George who walked every morning for 2 1/2 hours. He kept running into us so offered to get us to our destination.

We met this gorgeous lady in a shop that had lots of ceramic dishes. She had owned the business for over 50 and was retiring at 78 in June. She could tell us where all the pieces were from and the stories about why they were made and who they were given to. We bought ...

Acropolis and Temple of Zeus

A travel blog entry by kristoffero on Sep 29, 2013

81 photos

... of Apteros Nike. Over the centuries, the rocky hill was often used, either as a cult place or as a residential area. The inscriptions on the numerous and precious exhibits to the sanctuary of Athena include marble korai, bronze and clay statuettes and vases, indicating that the cult of the goddess was established as early as the Archaic period (650-480 B.C.).

The visit was one extraordinary experience despite the fact that it was an annoyingly ...