Hotel John's Place

Address: 5 Patroou, Athens, Attica, 105 57, Greece | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Αθήνα 1 area of Athens, is near Tower of the Winds, Pireos Street, Church of Panagia Gorgoepikoos, and Amphiaraion Archaeological Site.
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Travel Blogs from Athens


A travel blog entry by kevandm on Sep 18, 2015

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... watch the last half of the Sydney and North Melbourne game. Very happy that Sydney lost. We will let you work out why? After the game we walked to the Plaka district and onto Syntagma Square where Parliament House is
located to see the changing of the guards which happens every hour 24/7. It's amazing the Greeks taught the world about democratic governments and they cannot govern themselves. From here it was back to our room and ...

Avtio, Greece!

A travel blog entry by gchsdrama on Jul 24, 2015

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... around the country and by the end felt more comfortable using the few Greek phrases I had learned and communicating despite language barriers. I have learned so much about travel and history from this trip. I feel we packed in as much as we could. I commented to my sisters that I think we might have seen about 1/5th of the ruins in the country! We definitely hit the big areas. I can't wait to return with all ...

Arrival in Athens

A travel blog entry by abaker5 on Jun 17, 2015

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We woke up at 3:00 am to quickly shower before catching our pre-booked taxi to the airport. Feeling like zombies, but professional airport navigators by now, we got to gate in good time and everything went smoothly with a safe landing at the Athens international airport. We got a bite to eat at the airport as we had slept the entire 2 hour flight and were now slightly more hungry than tired. From there we had ...

Athens lies in ruins

A travel blog entry by john.beach on May 23, 2015

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Athens. It's much more than just an acronym for "hen sat", for graffiti-covered trains, and a place for ten Euro sandals. Perhaps more than anywhere else, Athens has ruins, and lots of them. It's widely recognised as the ruins capital of the world, and Athenians were the ones who put humanist values into their ruins, a real first. Casual digging in your backyard, perhaps to plant a fig tree, or even something less dangerous, will almost certainly ...

Day 19 - Back to Athens

A travel blog entry by alexandermcbird on Feb 22, 2015

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... spot. She replied with, “Who cares? Be adventurous! And if someone catches you, act like dumb Americans!” I like her. I like her a lot. I told her so. She laughed. After having sneaked in the back gate, we made our way through the paths of the woods to the stadium. There we ducked a metal chain while my teacher kept lookout. I like her a lot. The stadium is really quite something once you are inside! I, and two of my classmates (Phil and Mitch), took to the track. ...