Hotel Victory

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

Greece

A travel blog entry by kategreen on Jun 16, 2015

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... in Athens before meeting the rest of the tour group at 6pm. We caught a taxi from the airport to the city centre, which we had trouble communicating to the driver. It was 34 degrees, and because my body has been acclimatised to English weather I was not used to the heat. We found a cafe to get some lunch and walked around some of the local shops. By 3.30pm we were hot and thirsty, so found somewhere to sit down and get a cold ...

Athens lies in ruins

A travel blog entry by john.beach on May 23, 2015

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... said, is just a series of footnotes to Socrates, who defined all the questions that were still trying ( not very successfully ) to answer. And now we've visited the cell where he took his own life, rather than face death by the Athenian state. Inspirational stuff!
Athens is just so interesting, at every turn, that we could stay here for weeks. Everything we see is against the backdrop of Greece's financial problems. In the Metro stations, videos ...

The Monasteries at Meteorea

A travel blog entry by braught on Apr 02, 2015

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... our first Athens hotel, but clean and friendly. We head straight for the roof top patio for sunset over the Acropolis. The hotel gives us a recommendation for dinner close by. What a nice surprise. Much more modern than the Tavernas we've been visiting. As we walk in I see a guy with a plate of bruchetta type with a grilled sardine on top. I'm getting that! We share apps of that, green balls, which are rich cheesy fried croquettes with their favorite green again, ...

Relieved and Eating Gyros

A travel blog entry by 4nikkipaton on Oct 23, 2014

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... had several delicious meals, gyros everyday for lunch, visited the New Acropolis Museum, and many archeological sites in a walking tour organized by the hostel, went on numerous shopping trips through the Plaka and beyond, and, you guessed it, got myself a date. I had gone on a bit of a rampage my first evening and met a bunch of locals from all the restaurants and stores around me. Including Akis who made me coffee every morning and suggested we hang out after his shift. ...

It's all Greek to me

A travel blog entry by cooper639 on Oct 19, 2014

1 comment, 8 photos

... by the Romans who also built baths and other buildings on the site- including a church. Much of the site was destroyed by earthquakes but there is still plenty to see to be able to understand. The site is excavated by Greek and German archeologists who don't believe in reconstructing it. We also checked out the statues, pots, glass, tools and other items excavated under the 4m of silt that is in the adjoining museum.
Then it was off ...