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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- 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 ...
... historic marble, looking at the Parthenon, its columns, ruins and the other temples. Next stop was the Olympieion (Temple of Zeus) that has more columns. These columns are Corinthian. This area was accessed by Hadrian's Arch - Hadrian was a nice Italian boy who was a great admirer of Greece. Third stop was Panathenaic Olympic stadium, which is an odyssey to marble 'kali marmaro', followed by the Presidential Palace and Parliament House, where we saw the ...
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 ...
... 140 later!!! Shhhh don't tell Rodd!! The rest of the day was as Deb said, cocktails on the roof, dinner and a bit of shopping. The next day we were meeting Ioannis (John) who was our greeter that I had organised through a group called This is my Athens, thisisathens.org, it's a free service that you apply for a few months before you arrive and if lucky enough get a local to show you around. Ioannis showed up promptly at 10am at the agreed meeting place with gifts for us, such a ...