Exarchion Hotel

Themistokleous 55, Athens, Attica, 10683, Greece | Hotel
Prices starting from $52.00
 

Travel Blogs from Athens

Planes, Trains and Ferries

A travel blog entry by nickandjulie

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... had a crack at the ‘Mach 2.’ This time, each of us were on our own flotation device and the driver of the boat would try to actually make us fall off. If one of us survived the whole trip without being felled, we would get our money back! More cocktails! We all lasted about five minutes without coming off. Maki, Leisa and I all had these steely looks of grit and determination about us, whilst Laura was just ******* ...

Day 29 Athens

A travel blog entry by cherylpaul

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... of the city. They both provided gifts to the city ( sea port/water from Poseidon and an olive tree from Athena. The story then seems to differ a little from here, but basically the outcome is the cities' inhabitants voted and Athena won. It was during the period of approx 447 & 406 BC that the four main buildings of The Paethenon, the Propylaea,the Temple of Athina Nike and the Erechtheion were constructed. They were ...

Rome to Athens

A travel blog entry by melliekat

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... br> The ride took about 35 minutes and we passed through suburban Rome, much different from the old downtown area; no more monuments and tons of apartment blocks. We did see something familiar, squeegee guys cleaning windshields at traffic lights. Although these guys were more mature than the ones back home.

Upon arriving at the airport, we found our terminal and check-in area. We dropped our bags and proceeded to the gate. When they called to board the flight, we ...

Our Big Fat Greek Roadtrip Recap

A travel blog entry by koppers

... it exceeded my expectations and was even more beautiful than I'd imagined.

Sunday, April 14th - Delphi, Athens, and Istanbul:
Sunday was, quite unfortunately, the last day of our holiday. Not only were we extremely reluctant to return to work, but it was also very, very, very hard to leave Greece. While we'd grown less enthusiastic about the continual plates of tzatziki and the constant mezzes, we still enjoyed the food more than that available in ...

Athens

A travel blog entry by shockie13

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... other European countries (graffiti everywhere, dilapidated buildings and loads of street vendors) it never felt unsafe or unwelcoming. The hotel itself was fairly unremarkable, old but clean and suited us well enough. The oddest thing about it were that the doors on the lift opened out like doors to a room rather than standard lift doors - even after using the lifts 10 times we would stand there waiting for the doors to open before remembering we had to do that part! We were ...

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