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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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The sun itself was just peeking out of the horizon and its brilliant rays already shined brightly and began to warm the air.
I would marvel at the glistening reflection of the sun on the Mediterranean waters and a thrilling feeling of awe swept over me while swimming with several other residents between 7:00 and 7:30 each morning.
Those moments were the best time of the day.
... Sauna and Whirlpool. Spa treatments are upon request and through appointments.
BREAKFAST: Buffet breakfast is adequate to keep one full for hours. Coffee was surprisingly good, orange juice was not fresh of course but it was satisfying enough. (I found worse in 4* hotels).
Compared to our previous stay, I have to admit that I MISSED each morning the smell coming from the cuisine of Freshly Baked Biscuits and Croissants. No such tempting smell this ...
... unemployment rates causing the teens to get into mischief. When we were on the trains beggars would get on and announce their story for everyone to hear (in Greek obviously) then walk the isles asking for food/money. It was very sad. After visiting Athens today we really appreciate Australia. In my opinion Australia is by far the most beautiful country int the world and has the best living standards. We are so lucky and blessed to call it ...
... that was from the Old Kingdom, so it was somewhere around four thousand years old. By this point, my feet were so tired I was nearly crying. I was in pottery rooms, and I really don't care that much about pottery so I was going to leave when I saw some skeletons. And I love me some skeletons. One had this disease that made the bones of his spine leak down like candle wax. It was awesome. There was also something really disturbing at the museum: a woman ...
... to the temple dedicated to the patroness of Athens. What a view of the city from atop as well as being so close to the ancient ruins. Guards are equipped with loud whistles, which toot when a tourist gets too close to a piece of history. We can see the Temple of Hephaestus from here, looking very complete and regal sitting among cypress and olive trees. Emma and I climb a large rock to get an even better view and then we have to partially slide down the ...