Hotel Liberty 1
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... beach and Eloise still wasn't feeling well. Annika and I sat by our hotel pool while Eloise napped and then the two of us got freshened up to go into town. We utilised the bus once more and went properly touristy as soon as we reached town. We posed for photos with the famous Mykonos windmills, into the pretty white walled alley ways, in front of the perfect buildings and by the water. We also bought a delicious takeaway chicken gyros for ...
... was really fun! Everyone loved our loud happy families. Chantal, Tam, Renee and I spent most of the night learning how to Greek dance and were given a standing ovation from the others at the restaurant. The plate smashing was also a blast! Very messy. The restaurant food was decent, cooked by an old Greek lady. After the long diner we walked the narrow streets which were packed full of people. It's weird how all the shops open up so late at night because it isn't ...
We arrived late afternoon in Athens. We had a long nap and headed out to explore Athens. We enjoyed The Plaka with its inviting sites and sounds. The narrow pedestrian streets and all the shop and restaurants create a very welcoming atmosphere. We are ate at The Trattoria Pizzeria which Tom picked. Lovely dinner with everyone and we ended our night with a visit to a rooftop club with a view of the Acropolis lit up at ...
... Electra and treated to a suite upgrade. Nice room but had a view of an old building across the street, unlike the view of the Acropolis we had earlier in the week. We wandered around Plaka that evening watching street performers on Mitropleos near the Cathedral and looking for someplace for dinner. We ended up at the Athinaikon. Uninspiring meal, but, based on the level of service, I am confident it is more frequented by Athenians than ...
... headed out of town along the freeway for about an hour to Corinthos. A stop for coffee and we walked over the Corinthos Canal which was completed in 1893 and is 6.4 Kms long and 21.4mts wide at its base and it's walls are 90mts high. I remember this from my 1977 trip and it has not lost its impact. A fantastic piece of engineering, even though it is almost obsolete for all but tourist traffic now due to its ...