Hotel Roy

Address: 216 Acharnon, Athens, Attica, 112 52, Greece | Hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Athens

Athens Nightlife

A travel blog entry by jsimpson095 on Mar 15, 2015

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... jury ballot system on display, which I nerded out over. After sightseeing, I decided to treat myself to (another) proper Greek meal rather than street food. I found a restaurant, ordered a cheese pie, fried codfish and another beer, and proceeded to eat myself into a food coma. Note to self: Greek portion sizes are rather generous. I don't plan on moving much this afternoon. J PS - Last night we found street art depicting lactating nipples. Points for ...

Day 2 - I Love This Trip

A travel blog entry by alexandermcbird on Feb 05, 2015

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... narrow, uneven and not immune to small cars and any motorcycle. That's what most of the people drive. Mopeds, bikes, motorcycles, anything with two wheels. Anything that will let them slip through the gaps between cars or food stands. You can hear one coming from about 15 feet so your reflexes have to be pretty great. I watched as the whole population played the largest game of frogger this side of the Atlantic.
As I surveyed the square I was again tapped on ...

Athens Again

A travel blog entry by earlarnold on Oct 10, 2014

1 comment, 9 photos

... peaks are the 19th century Chapel of St. George, a theatre, and a restaurant. It can be ascended by the Lycabettus Funicular, a funicular railway which climbs the hill from a lower terminus at Kolonaki . Lycabettus appears in various legends. Popular stories suggest it was once the refuge of wolves, (lycos in Greek), which is possibly the origin of its name (means "the one [the hill] that is walked by wolves").
Mythologically, Lycabettus is credited to Athena, who ...

Yasou Athens

A travel blog entry by aurisch on Jul 17, 2014

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We docked early this morning but after too much fun last night the kids had to be dragged out of bed. Our guide George, of George's Taxis (I'm guessing there are a few George's that work there) picked us up at the gate and gave us a quick tour of the Port of Zea before heading up to the Acropolis. Once at the foot of the Acropolis we met our tour guide, Dora. A teacher who has gone on to do her doctorate in Greek history we couldn't have been in better hands. She had the kids ...

A few more days to explore

A travel blog entry by wayfgrrl on Jun 09, 2014

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... br> The last major thing on my Athens list was a visit to the National Archaeological Museum, one of the most important museums in the world devoted to ancient Greek art, from the Neolithic Era to the late Roman period. I saw many of the treasures from sites I had visited during this trip, from Mycenae, Crete, Akrotiri, Delos and more. All this, and there was a bonus: an exhibition about the Antikythera Shipwreck. The museum holds ...