Eridanus Hotel

Address: 78 Piraeus Street, Athens, Attica, 10435, Greece | 5 star hotel
 
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        Venice to Athens

        A travel blog entry by noyelles on Oct 28, 2015

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        ... but there are many Asians & to our surprise, there are a few children & young people.

        At 10.00 we went to the Port lecture which was quite helpful although all the tours are at eye watering prices as are all the drinks etc. Later we went to our first Pub Quiz in a very crowded bar. Here we teamed up with Cindy who was standing beside us. To our surprise we were joint winners on 19/20 after a play off so we went off to celebrate with her. ...

        Goodbye Amsterdam, Hello Athens

        A travel blog entry by jrvl_au on Aug 21, 2015

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        ... a little piece of Swiss chocolate. (Good chocolate, too). Flying over the countryside was beautiful - rolling green hills, rivers, fields, as far the eye can see. As we approached Zurich, tidy Swiss villages came in to view, and forests, even some ruins of a castle (I think) atop a hill. It all made me think that next time we come this way, a visit to Switzerland is worth putting on the to-do list.

        At Zurich we didn’t ...

        Parthenon, Colloseum and old stuff.

        A travel blog entry by gdandpj2013 on Jul 20, 2015

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        ... and some Euros for further travel, then a bit of a ride around the peninsula, before we went for a very enjoyable walk around the coast to a lovely pebble beach and had a great swim in the Adriatic. Positively tepid in the top 4 inches, and under that, nicely refreshing.

        13th July

        Packed up fairly early and got on the road to Montenegro. Had a bit of a ride round the city trying to get out then made our way to the frontier. Checked on the way out, which was ...

        Athens Parts 1-3

        A travel blog entry by tony.wilson on Jun 23, 2015

        ... and comfortable and tucked away in a skinny backstreet. Food is the key to Greek culture and daily way of life and it's good - everywhere. On our first night we stolled up to the Acropolis Museum area to find a street lined with 3 metre wide restaurants fighting for custom from the passing crowd. It's a beautiful tree lined area with minimal road traffic and lots of choice. I had researched and made an email booking for a table at Liondi ...

        The Greek Life - Amanda

        A travel blog entry by theschaades on Jun 01, 2015

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        ... Stadium (where the first moden day Olympics was held) we decided to head to the islands! Originally our trip was going to take us inland, but since Jonathan was just barely on the otherside of sickness we decided to take an easier option. SO we hopped on a boat with a bunch of other tourists, visited a few islands and left those suckers at the last port.

        We stayed on the island of Aegina for 3 days and ...