Hotel Delfini

7 Leocharous, Athens, Attica, Greece | Hotel
Prices starting from $35.00

Travel Blogs from Athens

May 2014

A travel blog entry by passera


... huts with a view of the plains and valleys. Very nice! Predators can be around so the Masai guards escort us to/from the restaurant. Exciting! We stay 2 nights here and we enjoy the peacefulness. There’s no internet and electricity is on only a few hours a day. But who needs this when you can watch elephants and baboons from your bed. Tarangire National Park is a beautiful park with different types of landscapes. It’s also a big park and as such the animals are ...

You can see why the Mediterranean is called blue!

A travel blog entry by turkey-greece14


... that still remain. The Greeks have always been seafaring people and look to the sea for news of loved ones traveling, or at war, delivery of goods and of course fishing and maybe that's why the Temple of Poseidon, with its magnificent view of the Aegean, seems to still fulfill the role of sea watcher from the high promontory. Again it is a climb up without the benefit of railings or safe footing but it is so worth the careful climb up. Among the fallen columns ...

Disasters come in 3s!!!!!

A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell


... to above 1000 metres, as Ancient Delphi is perched on a cliff on the slopes of Mt Parnassos. Ancient Greek city, site of the Sanctuary to Apollo where the Oracle (of Delphi) resided. Would have been just another "ruin", albeit an impressive one, except for its setting on the cliffs overlooking the distant Gulf of Corinth, that made it extra special. Location, location, location. Toured the site ...

Finally! We Have Made It To Athens!

A travel blog entry by joshua.anoff

... think it would have looked like was fascinating and awesome! We spent about an hour in the museum and then headed back to the hotel. Dinner was with Dr. Camp at his house. He bought us pizza and we celebrated Dr. Ryder's birthday all at the same time. It was a lot of fun and it was nice to relax with everyone in one spot rather than just spending time in our hotel rooms. We sang The Lord's Prayer to thank Dr. Camp for his hospitality, and then we headed back to the hotel and to ...

Athens, Bristol, Doctors and Rain - lots of rain

A travel blog entry by rupertcdean


... I was travelling in Asia. They were insistent on only 8am UK time Mon-Fri for the interview irrespective of what I had been doing and there was no chance of a weekend time. The fact that they were asking way in excess of 1000 for this experience made it all the more insulting.

I have already worked for an animal rehabilitation organisation (Amazoonico) in Ecuador 2006 that was so ambivalent in its attitude towards volunteer safety, which ...

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