Novus City Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsNovus City Hotel Athens
Hotel moderno e bem localizado, muito perto do metro de Metaxourghio. Pequeno-almoço com bastante variedade e qualidade. Quartos espaçosos e alguns com uma excelente vista (que foi o caso do meu) para a Acrópole. Uma excelente relação qualidade/preço. Uma boa escolha...
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Our day started a little earlier than expected, when we both woke up at 3 am. Both being wide awake, we talked, watched tv, etc. this is when we decided to make this travel blog. At this point we decided to both take supplementary sleeping aids that we brought for the plane. Sean had a lorazepam and Steph felt left out and had a melatonin figuring …
Welcome to Athens...
After clearing customs rather quickly we headed out and grabbed a cab. The cabbie was nice but spoke no English. It was a beauty day and a scenic ride to our hotel. When we got to our hotel the meter said 26.75. I went to give him the money and he told it was 35 flat for anywhere in Athens ..hahah whatever I was tired …
... of the group and swam for a bit, then relaxed and headed back to the hotel.
I got changed and then went to explore the hotel. I meet up with the tour managers again. This time i meet Courtney – the main manager and found out that there were 68 people on this tour. I also got my optional sheet and paid for them all. (#noregrets)
I also found out that the group would be doing the optional dinner, as i did that last night i ...
... Again we have time on our own to explore more history or to shop. A few of us walked towards the library and the temple of Zeus.
The temple of Zeus is in an open field that makes the height of these massive columns seem even taller and more impressive. Originally there were 104 columns of which only 15 remain standing. One of the columns actually blew down in a storm in 1852. Hadrian erected a giant gold and ivory status of Zeus inside the temple with an ...
... Nestor's Palace north of Pylos proved fruitless, aimless, and misdirected. By the time we'd driven east over the stunning mountains and to the tiny town of Monemvasia, the sun had basically set, which meant that we'd been driving for eleven hours, minus our waterfall hike.
Tuesday was unintentionally dedicated more or less completely to Monemvasia: we hiked its massive rock off the mainland and explored the ruins it had to offer. We'd underestimated what ...