Hotel John's Place
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... Piraeus, they hadn't heard of it and directed us to another bus. We
were pretty confident of our information and eventually found the X80
stop ourselves. After all, the express bus has been in operation for
only about a year! Piraeus itself is a thriving city with all the
big shopping centres and higher end shops as well as it's own history
dating back to ancient times. No time to look around here this
visit. We couldn't have asked for better ...
... and filled our already expanding tummies before dragging our feet to bed..
Comfortable sleep encouraged by the vibration of ( no not that )...the engines roaring below took us to Patros where we boarded the coach which took us comfortably along the scenic route via Corinth to Athens.....lots of Greek.... Very little English!!! Thank goodness for John who got directions to the bus station which was to take us to Pireaus...the port town ...
WELCOMING STARTERS: Top quality ingredients from the very beginning. Bread & homemade bread sticks with olives in virgin olive oil. What a nice treat to start your meal! (€3.00)
The tastiest soup I have had for years. A cool tomato soup that was aromatic and very refreshing at the same time. It could not have been better!
APPETIZERS: The Marinated bream fillets ceviche were juicy to perfection with a light and pleasant ...
... the excellent Guest Relations department are simply amazing. Marina, Aristea & Kimberly, all sweet with a nice word, alert, checking if guests need anything. They will expertly advise and ensure that we, their guests are happy throughout the stay. Personally, I was impressed with Kim when I received a message checking to see how our stay was, even after we got home. Thank you Kim, your nice gesture touched me.
LOCATION: Unbeatable! In ...
... for its proximity to a Metro station. I value the experience of living (temporarily) in a real neighbourhood, away from the central tourist zones and hotels. Staying in people's homes means I am guaranteed to meet at least one local in every place and I can see inside a local home. All interesting.
I really had less than four days, and at first I just relaxed, sifted through weeks-old messages, spent time on social media and ...