Hotel Liberty 1
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... the major sites were. We then checked into our lovely hotel, (thanks Chess for the accommodation upgrade), which was really lovely. We basically dumped our bags and then headed out to seek cash and a water supply (like true explorers). At this point in was approaching 10pm but the sun was still up and it was still above 30 degrees. This mission was pretty short as we were all keen for showers and bed! We had to get some proper sleep in actual beds before starting out adventuring ...
... to the greek parliament building (its not as spectacular as the houses of parliament), however does house the tomb of the unknown soldier. This is guarded at all times by the presidential guards, who wear fetching outfits of short kilts and pom pom shoes. Simon was eager to purchase a similar outfit, but unfortunately we could not find one in his size.
We then had a little break and a coffee before heading off to admire the Church ...
... next town. At the town we found a fuel station, a lady was serving, it's the first time we have seen a lady at a fuel station. She was serving an elderly man on a tractor, they were having a very heated discussion, apparently she had filled his tractor with fuel and he didn't have any money on him to pay. A little further on the tarmac road we were driving on, disintegrated into mud, after about half a mile it reverted back into tarmac! We stopped a little later to make coffee, ...
We left our hotel in Arachova, a ski resort town in the mountains near Delphi, about mid- morning to begin the four hour drive back to Athens. It was a bit of a short night any way because of a large group of French high school students partying on the decks on the floors below our rooms. The hotel staff was complacent - but finally enough people complained that they got "the teachers to put them to bed"! It was a ...
... contest between Poseidon and Athena who were competing for possession of Athens. As the story goes, Poseidon impaled his large spear in the ground and Athena planted an Olive Tree. Athena was awarded the victory and an olive tree grows today alongside the building that honors this historical moment. On one side of the Erechtheion is the Caryatid Porch with six shapely maidens in Ionian garments holding up the roof.
Standing at the south edge of ...