Hotel Oete

Address: 29 Sokratous, Athens, Attica, 105 52, Greece | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Αθήνα 1 area of Athens, is near Parliament Building (Vouli), Psiri, Stavros Melissinos' Art Shop, and National History Museum (Old Parliament).
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Travel Blogs from Athens

Part 11 - Cruising the Greek Isles

A travel blog entry by barbaraj90 on Oct 09, 2015

1 comment, 24 photos

... is an understatement. I consider that now, I am an expert in the visiting of ruins. Ephesus is the largest, the best preserved and has more excavating currently being done!! Quite amazing really!! I would love to see what they have uncovered in 30 or 40 years from now!!
We managed to dodge the carpet sellers at the carpet factory. They do try very hard, and watching how they weave the carpets, is quite interesting!! However, a new carpet was a not on our shopping ...

How Did They Walk So Far In Such Flat Sandals!?

A travel blog entry by cpickess on Sep 12, 2015

34 photos

... 8220;the olive tree that Athena gave to the people of Greece”. Wait a minute…

We took a walk through the old town of Plaka which is minutes from our hotel and made our way to the Acropolis. The Acropolis has many different ruins buildings. The three main temples to the ancient goddess Athena are the main attractions. The first, and of course, most famous is the Parthenon. The pillars were designed and made with ...

First afternoon in Athens, 13 July 2015

A travel blog entry by valerie.nason on Jul 14, 2015

3 comments, 16 photos

... at in university slides and in documentaries about ancient Greece.
Dinner was a shared meat platter, delicious. We were so jet-lagged, we had a bit of trouble figuring out which train to take back to the hotel, but we got there eventually.
The “Glass Man” and the Library of Hadrian were the highlights of today’s walk. (We have glimpsed the Acropolis, from a distance.) ...

Athens, crumbling, chaotic, and a little charming

A travel blog entry by abi.latham on Jun 08, 2015

48 photos

... final ascent to the summit. It is very huge and impressive and you can see all the restoration work around there. The buildings of the Acropolis were all build to compliment each other, it took 5 years to complete the Propylaea. (437-432 B.C.)

The next temple is Athena Nike, which was dismantled, cleaned and restored from 2001-2010. It is dedicated to the goddess Athena who is patron of the city of Athens. The most noted building is ...

We are in Athens the Home of the Greek Gods

A travel blog entry by askonsulting on May 16, 2015

8 photos

... they have been stolen, many bits sitting in a British Museum.

We then headed off to the Acropolis which is on the hill overlooking Athens. There were many many people there and we were all wearing headsets. I lost the tour for a while but could hear the commentary so knew they had not left without me. The Acropolis is reportedly the birthplace of modern democracy.