Lion Hotel Apartments

Address: 7 Evzonon St, Athens, Attica, 115 21, Greece | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located in the Αθήνα 1 area of Athens, is near Byzantine Museum (Vizantino Museo), Omonia Square, Gazi, and War Museum of Athens.
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      Dining at Alatsi Restaurant

      A travel blog entry by greekcypriot on Feb 06, 2015

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      ... herbs is partly the secret of the excellent taste.


      THE MENU: The list does include a few vegetarian dishes and every now and then there are a few changes and 'surprises’ depending on the ingathering, the catch of the day (fish) and the season.

      WELCOMING STARTERS: The complimentary chilly raki (tsikoudia) together with some black Cretan olives, bread and Cretan rusk is indeed the best way to start your meal here. The drink ...

      Robbed in Athens

      A travel blog entry by toml on Oct 22, 2014

      2 comments

      ... best digs in the country, awesome stuff. Down in the boarding area we let one sardine-can crowded train pass and waited for an uncrowded one. We travel a lot in busy urban situations so Joanne and I have pick-pocket protocols in place. Protocol: If possible avoid crowds. The problem with uncrowded trains is that they can turn into crowded trains very quickly and ours did. As we approached our stop, Joanne noticed an old lady had thrown her ...

      Finding Our Way

      A travel blog entry by katiespellmeyer on Oct 06, 2014

      ... The Areopagus was neat because you climbed up the big rocks but they were so slick you needed to be careful so I ended up just sliding down them at one point. On top of the Areopagus there was another presentation of The Eumenides and a lecture from Father John. It’s always funny to watch the people we attract during presentations and lectures. Usually just the presentations get peoples interest for very long, but there was one lady who ...

      Its all Greek to me

      A travel blog entry by lynsey.nault on Oct 01, 2014

      41 photos

      ... Hercules, Achilles, Alexander the Great, Leonidas, Themistocles, Emperor Constantine, Flavius Belisarius; the names go on and on almost into eternity. Mesopotamia may be the cradle of civilization and the Punic Wars clearly cemented the socio-econo-political structure that we presently enjoy in much of the world (tongue firmly in cheek). That said, there is no doubt that the people and history of the Aegean have had one of the largest, if not THE ...

      Farewell Skopelos

      A travel blog entry by robrae on Jul 06, 2014

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      ... was a relief to know we had plenty of time for our flight from Skiathos to Athens. It was sad as we pulled out of Skopelos, looking back at the terraces of white buildings, hoping we will be back. The 35 minute flight from Skiathos saw us in Athens. We farewelled Bas, Pam, Libby and Tony and headed to the Novotel, an hours drive from the airport. Straight to bed as we have a free guided walk to do in the ...