Hotel Victory

Address: 12 Monis Prodromou, Athens, Attica, 104 34, Greece | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Athens


A travel blog entry by valerie.nason on Jul 14, 2015

2 comments, 5 photos

Our tour does not start until this evening, with a Welcome Dinner at the hotel. So we headed out to see a few things.......

Again, to our surprise, the Metro was "free". Not sure why this is, but am wondering if it is a break for the populace, at this time of Euro-troubles.

It turned into a very hot day while we tried ...


A travel blog entry by theproberts on Jun 07, 2015

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... Museum. We decided not to get off at any of the stops in case we didn't get back to ship in time for our shore excursion organised through the ship. Our next tour was for 3.5 hrs not really getting off the bus, saw the Olympic Stadium constructed 1896, held at the restored Panathenaic Stadium an ancient venue made entirely from white marble, saw Greek soldiers guarding the Unknown soldier, the uniform : 400 pleats representing 4000 years, the red hat, the blood of the ...

Good-bye Greece

A travel blog entry by 1life on May 02, 2015

2 comments, 8 photos

... everything else that is standing still. Police in Athens, and also in Istanbul, appear to use motorcycles extensively; and always with two Police Officers on a bike. (And much more capable bikes than Harleys)

Great new to finish off this entry. I am all better. As you can from the picture I am back to my old self.

This afternoon we take an Overnight Ferry to Italy. The Mediterranean Cruise I promised Karyn.

Day 47 - Athens

A travel blog entry by tiannarae on Oct 19, 2014

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... in Athens. • The Panathenaic Stadium is located on the site of an ancient Greek Stadium founded in 329 BC and which hosted the organisation of field games for many centuries. To this day, it beholds a magnificent and noble history, with particular emphasis on the year 1894; one of the stadium's most significant dates. This is when Demetrios Vikelas (president of the International Gymnastics Committee and plenipotentiary of the Panhellenic Gymnastics Association) persuaded ...

Syntagma Station has gone - and where is the hotel

A travel blog entry by davetamara on Sep 19, 2014

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... the next morning, in daylight. We also found out that the reason the station was closed was because there was a concert in memory of a young man shot one year ago, allegedly by the Golden Dawn right wing party.