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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Twentyone Athens
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... of different dips, meats, vegetables, salads, and all of it was so good! The moment you let your plate become clean they would pile on more food! We were told that's how this culture worked! Which I am completely fine with. After I couldn't eat another morsel, not even that last zucchini fritter, the bill only came to 8 Euro (just over 9 bucks). So good, so cheap.
We left the place giving our thanks and headed back to the hostel. ...
... in finding one of the places on our "Place to eat street food" list..... Fallafellas! Wasn't hard to spot because of the huge queue outside of the tiny postage stamp sized shop. We chose to go large our falafel pita wraps and why not take a beer as well. So we sat munching our falafel wraps drinking our tins of beer from plastic cups, putting the world to rights and admiring our success. Elder Greeks ...
... to to the tomb of the unknown soldier. We got there just as they were switching soldiers and they then allowed people to take pictures. Matt got up there so I was able to take his picture, but since we were surrounded by rude Europeans, they jumped in front of me, and I never did get a picture. Our last stop was to the downtown shopping area. We were starving by this time, so we found a restaurant and both had the club sandwich and beer special. I have to ...
... was at number one. We were at number five. We couldn’t get to number one. After we decided to leave the baggage claim area and hope Laura had noticed the glass wall, it became apparent quickly that she hadn’t. We did a lap inside the arrivals terminal, a lap outside, Julie begged the scary looking security guy to go and check for her, we tried to work out what flight she went on, until finally we just decided to wait her out. ...
... phone. They were trying to distract us. Victoria saw them and stood up and threw their map at their face and yelled at them to leave when they finally did. None of the other tables or waiters did anything about it or even cared. We met up with the rest of the group and told them all about our attempted pickpockets, and then we headed into the Agora. Here we sat on the steps of the Stoa of Attalus. I gave a short presentation on the stoa, followed by two ...