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We were successful in using the Athens metro to go 22 stops from the airport to our hotel, Hotel Tony. The problem became the walk from the metro to the hotel. We started out in the opposite direction but eventually made it with the help of Andrea's phone gps. We checked in around 3:00 pm and against our jet lag plan we slept a few hours else we …
... and is ridiculously kind and helpful. She immediately brought me water & cookies, and then wasted no time plunging me into a crash course on everything I MUST do during my stay in Athens. While I was exhausted and probably smelled horrid, I really can't imagine anything a hostel-stayer would want more...a local offering free detailed and passionate advice? Sign me ...
We spent a day in Athens 2 years ago - we were on a cruise - and liked it so much, we wanted to see more!
We were worried that we might not have time to drive from Liverpool to Gatwick to catch our 1440 flight to Athens - we had planned to be travelling from Southampton! So, we broke our journey with an overnight stop in High Wycombe which gave us a more relaxed and, thankfully, uneventful journey.
Our hotel in Athens is a very pleasant ...
... that is situated on the table-like hill. We headed upwards along a wide, stone path that wound through a coniferous forest that lead to a set of steep steps that took us to the Propylia, the gate built in the 5th Century BC as an entrance to the Acropolis. Over looking the gate, on the right side, was the Temple of Athena Nike, the Roman Goddess of Victory. As we passed through the roman arched entrance the Parthenon became immensely visible. It ...
... together under the stars and and almost-full moon, swapping travel stories and plying the Americans with questions about Israel. They had just come from Jerusalem and had been through three air raid sirens. Their daughters, ages 12 and 14 and incredibly worldly and mature, seemed none the worse off for their time spent in Israeli bomb shelters over the last few days. They were an absolutely lovely family, and it was nice to laugh and relax with them and ...