Hotel Serreon

Address: 32 Sofokleous, Athens, Attica, 105 52, Greece | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Αθήνα 1 area of Athens, is near Psiri, Stavros Melissinos' Art Shop, National History Museum (Old Parliament), and The Sanctuary of Artemis.
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A travel blog entry by jolotravelling on Mar 11, 2015

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... produced in part by the dancer’s body.

The two choreographers seek to transcend the obvious and reach the point at which, together, they can break the moulds of their respective cultures from within and create, in an explosion of dance and live music, a performance in which two bodies become one but retain their own idioms as they do so. A production that will ...

Day 2 - I Love This Trip

A travel blog entry by alexandermcbird on Feb 05, 2015

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... of Lykavitos Hill. As we walked myself, and a friends commented once again on the "bitter" oranges hanging above our heads on any street. I love oranges and was honestly craving fruit after two days of meat and savory treats. So I asked Eleni (another teacher and guide) if they were harmful to eat. She told us they were safe, just bitter as bitter gets! Mitch and I looked at each other, and jumped up to grab an orange. We had to know. So we quickly peeled ...

Athens Again

A travel blog entry by earlarnold on Oct 10, 2014

1 comment, 9 photos

... dinner. Sitting on the balcony, I looked up in enough time to see 3 teenage boys holding their toothbrushes and getting ready to make a deposit onto the balcony above me. They ran back inside when they noticed I was watching.

Drums and laughter seemed to keep me awake all night long.

At breakfast, in the hotel for the only time, a parade of teenagers arrived. The class trip from somewhere had arrived and took over the hotel. we're outta here!

Yasou Athens

A travel blog entry by aurisch on Jul 17, 2014

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... the museum Dora explained the depiction of the birth of Athena from the tablets in the ceiling of the Parthenon.
From the top of the Acropolis Dora also explained the battle of Salamis (depicted in the appalling sequel to 300) where Athens held back the persians preventing their conquering of europe more broadly, the closeness of such a sea battle and the thousands of Persian ships in the sea at the time would have been as shocking for the Athenians.
Back down from ...

A few more days to explore

A travel blog entry by wayfgrrl on Jun 09, 2014

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... and the Greek Archaeological Service. The wreck dates from about 60-50 BC, a period when maritime trade and transportation of works of Greek art from the Eastern Mediterranean to Italy flourished. The ship was a freighter sailing towards Italy, its cargo containing works from the 4th to 1st century BC: bronze and marble sculpture, luxurious glass vessels and gold jewellery, a large amount of pottery and bronze. ...