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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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From Santorini we took a ferry to Athens. Athens was quite an intriguing city. So much of it is quite grungy and every spare surface is covered in grafettii. There are colonies of cats everywhere and tortoises everywhere too. But inbetween all of this is amazing Greek and Roman ruins! There are also just random bits of the old city that have been preserved dotted all around the city.
Our first full day there was a Saturday and we started with ...
Chris woke this morning feeling a bit brighter than she had yesterday (the drugs worked),. We had breakfast and Chris decided she would have a go at sightseeing.
We had been told that if we were going to the Acropolis we should get there early so just after 8 we set off . We stopped and took photos of other historic sites on the way and arrived at the Acropolis just before 9 o’clock. There ...
To greece we go! We flew out early and were in Athens by about 11am. After a long metro ride from the airport we walked out of the central station into the main square of the Plaka area. It was odd because about 6 people asked us as we walked to our hotels, lugging our suitcases if we needed help? I wasnt sure if this was a tactic of some ...
Athens is a city of 5 million - roughly half of Greece's population. After a short 30 minute flight from Milos we landed in Athens, a far cry from the small, sparsely populated islands of the past 8 days - 11 if you count Santorini. Our first night we didn't get into Athens until almost nine in the evening. We stayed at the Best Western My Athens, located in a seedy neighborhood near Omonia Square, known for harboring junkies and hookers. While the locale in ...
... get tender boats to the shore which was pretty fun. They were tiny and it was like being a cork on then ocean, there were definitely times where I had to hold onto my seat to avoid falling out. Once we got to the island we caught the cable car to Fira (some of the group took donkeys but I wasn't so keen) and from there we walked around, taking photos of the amazing views. We came across one of those places where tiny fish eat the dead skin off your feet so of course we ...