Hotel Liberty 1
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... that moment I caught a glimpse of our common humanity, and I understood this truth. The Israeli business owner, bus driver or soldier is not a politician or even a political or religious ideology. He or she is a human being with the same potential for goodness as me. And that is why I travel. To see expressions of that truth; it makes me hopeful about our collective future on this planet. In the end, our decision was based on the fact that we want to see Israel ...
Καλημέ 61;α (pronounced Kailmera for Good Morning/Day). It is a beautiful day in Athens. We both had a great sleep in our teeny tiny Athens hotel room, I just wish I slept longer than 4 hours. Maybe it's excitement or maybe jet lag - either way I was up before the sun hit Athens and watched it rise from our cute little balcony. I woke Nick up at 6:30 and we got ready and headed for breakfast at 7:30 which was part of our ...
... also took us to the basement of the museum, where we were able to see basically everything that has been found on the site in the last 100 years or so. In the museum, I especially liked the pottery pieces called “Ostracon.” These were scrap pieces of pottery that political leaders in ancient Athens would use to “ostracize” those in office.
Following our “behind the scenes” tour ...
The distance from Kalabaka to Athens was roughly 6h train ride. It is apopular route as many would spend one long day in Kalabaka, see Meteora Monasteries and try to catch the direct train to Athens. I happened to be one of them. This time I was luckier. As I had a seat reservation on this train journey, it was an excellent opportunity to get some rest and catch a few winks. Just enough time to recharge my energy levels before another intense day ...
... Monastiraki district where we found a treasure trove of all things imaginable. At Monastiraki we found the markets up against the green iron fences of the excavations relating to the Roman Agora, Hadrian’s library, and a few other yet unnamed bits of archaeological bliss. As the evening turned these markets turned into tavernas and we had to turn down the polite invitations of the restaurateurs as we made our way to the hotel. Sean bought our ...