Hotel Solomou Athens
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... a fear of the boat pitching over when sailing, so this was a good way to get over that. The First night was rough! Half the boats had to move to another bay during the night, and I lost my bikini overboard!! Or someone stole it - which is very plausible considering mine wasn't the only one to go missing. Second night was much calmer and I slept through us leaving! Woke up at sea and just in time for a cooked breakfast - green eggs and ...
Today, I did everything I possibly could do in Athens in a day. I woke up bright and early (still trying to shake this jet lag) to get to the Acropolis when they opened at 8. However, upon arrival there was no one at the ticket office. No one. It was closed!! "PLEASE LET ME IN. I ONLY HAVE ONE FULL DAY HERE!" A kind citizen then informed me that today was apparently an election day for the European Union, so it would ...
... the Keramikos which is another archaeological site included in the ticket. We could see the sites from behind the grilles surrounding the site despite not being able to enter. There is also a nice small church next to it. Walking through the streets to Monastiraki, there were many people, mostly tourists. Cafés and restaurants were busy as well. We sat at the benches in Monastiraki Square where many people crowd around, people selling ...
... turn the same colour as the old rock in a couple hundred years. Next we all stood on the 1st place podium at the stadium of the first Olympic games. Unfortunately we were 117 years too late, and the medal people had gone home, so we didn’t get medals.
We found a cool market with an amazing butchery, a nasty smelling fish market that Christine refused to go into, and an amazing fruit market. We picked up ...
... then I might end up in some crazy jail. Apparently “no thank you” means “ask me 20 more times.”
Downtown Athens was so hot, and we were thirsty. We stopped at a nice outdoor café and shared an appetizer of fried brie with peppers, tomatoes, and olive oil. It was delicious. I think Jason was eating my portion of cheese (a major no-no) because he kept saying, “what’s that behind you?” ...