Hotel Hermes

Agia Marina, Aegina, Saronic Gulf Islands, 18010, Greece | Hotel

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Greece - Athens

A travel blog entry by jamesandbre


... wander along the expensive restaurant strip that all have great views of acropolis and agora. We ended stumbling into a night market along the pedestrian walk way so we kept wandering through which then turned into couples smooching everywhere along the sidewalks. We ended up walking to a look out just below acropolis where we could see stunning views of the whole city, but it was pretty smoggy in the distance and it's the local hangout for under age kids drinking. A ...


A travel blog entry by 2tillbrooks


Drove into Athens and after both being quite underciecive we eventually found a nice spot to park overnight. After getting our bearings we walked to the famous flea markets in Monastiraki where anything you could possibly think of would be buried somewhere among the piles of stuff. With too much temptation and no budget ...

The National Museum of Archaeology

A travel blog entry by krissi.w


... that was from the Old Kingdom, so it was somewhere around four thousand years old. By this point, my feet were so tired I was nearly crying. I was in pottery rooms, and I really don't care that much about pottery so I was going to leave when I saw some skeletons. And I love me some skeletons. One had this disease that made the bones of his spine leak down like candle wax. It was awesome. There was also something really disturbing at the museum: a woman ...

Let's talk about food

A travel blog entry by rod-naomi


... bean mash with capers and sundried tomatoes and a potato-zuccini-eggplant dish. Sooooo tasty!

So...another month to go. We look forward to more foodie adventures. We just have to figure out how to increase our exercise regime - excess baggage issues are looming.

Oh yeah, Athens. Big city. Acropolis and its spiffy new museum, National Archeological Museum, Cycladic art museum, Benaki Museum, the new Metro, the Plaka, ouzo. All good. :)


Last Day in Athens... for now

A travel blog entry by scycle


... part of the Plaka hidden on the side of the Acropolis hill that had been settled by residents of a Cycladic island. Their neighborhood basically recreated the white-washed cliff dwellings of the islands, and I got to feel like I was back in Santorini for a few blocks. Unable to resist the call of the gyro, I visited Souvlaki Row again for dinner and got another gelato before returning to the hotel to pack for my early morning tour ...


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