Novus City Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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- Business Services
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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... favorite moment was when we were at the Agora, and he started talking about Agoraphobia and how both of the root words are Greek, and the way he explained it was, to a tee, the way the dad says 'Greek word' in 'My Big Fat Greek Wedding' (if you've seen it, you get the reference; if you haven't seen it you need to go watch the movie immediately). The tour was the perfect way to get introduced to Athens and figure out how to get everywhere and see everything. Since the tour ended right ...
... of income for the village. They put on a typical Turkish village lunch which I must say was delicious served with local wine & beer.We had a good discussion on the drive back to the ship on the vagaries of the English language with Mert and other’s great.
After a little nap we had pre dinner drinks in the commodore lounge then 8 again at dinner, still great interesting conversation. The show was another sing and dance show, the star was Bruce Morrison who sang ...
... of swimming; on the way, we stop at another ancient site and take a hike to its points of interest, so it's not totally a "free day". More to follow. TUESDAY, JULY 8 ============== We did go to the beach and the kids swam in the Aegean Sea, but didn't stay in long - they said the water was very cold. In the morning, we visited the Temple of Poseidon (God of the Sea) on our way. The temple is actually a ruin, dating from the 5th century BC on a high point. Some of the columns ...
... to the sites. Upon entering the entrance and following the route to Acropolis, the biggest structure you come across first is the Theatre of Dionysos Eleuthereus. We past by and heard a whistle from the staff, telling the visitors that eating is not allowed as the family were all holding a banana in their hands. Eating, drinking, smoking and big luggage a are not allowed in Acropolis. Heading up the steps we had a nice top view of the Odeion ...