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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Twentyone Athens
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... still a fabulous experience to see this landmark and view Athens from way up high. The marble path and rocks are a little slippery and we saw several tourists take a tumble (no it wasn't raining, but that marble is slippery!).
After the Acropolis we headed back to the hotel, and discovered that there is a Paul's boulangerie about a block from our hotel. OMG. This is probably the best news of the day (history aside). This place had the nicest pastries ...
... didn't like the fledgling airforce and therefore refused to use them. Thus they had poor intelligence on the Turkish positions. After Hugh's talk - and by talk it should be said it's more of an historical walk back in time with Hugh moving between our tables complete with sound effects, much waving of arms, full of exuberance that has everyone totally absorbed - we had a BBQ on the Lido Deck (top deck at the back where the barbie is) and upped anchor and set a course for ...
Today we crossed over the Gulf of Corinth to the Peloponnese Peninsula, where we temporarily left our bus for a steep, scenic cog railway (The Diakofto–Kalavryta Railway is a historic 750 mm (2 ft 5 1⁄2 in) gauge rack railway in Greece.
Located on the northern Peloponnese, it runs 22 km from Diakofto through the Vouraikos Gorge and the old Mega Spilaion Monastery and up ...
... decided the taste was not so bad after all. When our waiter found out they it was our first day in Athens, he had fun suggesting food for us to try.
After our first full day in Athens, we both decided that we really liked it. The food was good and the people very friendly. We found out very soon, that crossing the street was very tricky! It's so hard to comprehend that most of these ruins predate Roman ruins.
... Braam Malherbe
"I believe that if one man were to live out his life fully and completely, were to give form to every feeling, expression to every thought, reality to every dream - I believe that the world would gain such a fresh impulse of joy that we would forget all the maladies of mediaevalism, and return to the Hellenic ideal - to something finer, richer, than the Hellenic ideal, it may be." - an Oscar Wilde character