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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 ...
... Didn't go through anything, I just got off the plane and there I was in Greece. Which means I didn't get a stamp in my passport, which makes me sad. But oh we'll, at least it was easy to get out of there. A million stops later on the Athenian metro, I made it to my stop. Once more, terrible directions from the hostel website, so I had some Greek McDonald's and was then on my way. This hostel had really friendly staff, very unlike my Paris one, I have come to realize. At first ...
... We also expanded our palette by trying some fried feta cheese. I swear it was like a heart attack in a tasty cheese package. The moment was made by a little boy playing an accordion as we ate. Following dinner, we browsed the souvenir shops nearby. It was definitely a slow process with the crutches in tow, but we managed to get to the Metro eventually. While the Athens Metro system was surprisingly efficient, trying to pronounce the names of the stations was ...
... been there maybe 20 minutes and some other people had come and sit nearby. Then a man came rushing out from the museum and told us we couldn't sit there. The only reason I could fathom was that it looked bad from the museum?! Anyway outside I walked passed a man handing out cards. He was handing out cards to an eatery and was trying to explain where it was. As I was new I didn't know anywhere. I am much to kind(soft) and bad at shaking off people. We started ...