Hotel Victory

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

Greek Goodbyes

A travel blog entry by 4nikkipaton on Nov 06, 2014

2 photos

... marbles in the top floor of the museum under a viney little overhanging on the street. Akis, with his ability to get along with anyone and everyone was chatting away with the owner and it turned out to be another lovely evening amongst the locals, with stella Athenian weather. We said goodnight and I crashed into bed after 6 hours of bus travel and a majorly satisfied appetite. Thr following three days were relaxing and lowkey which ...

My dream

A travel blog entry by keshiak on Sep 19, 2014

2 comments, 2 photos

... like I knew that they were calling me a pig and happily went on with my day, wee wee wee, eating that delicious souvlaki all the way to the hostel. Next: check on island hopping. I inquired with the guy at the front desk how I might go about doing some island hopping and he recommended this travel agent down the street that would set me all up. I've always been a bit hesitant to go to travel agents for some reason, not sure why, but this guy .. I love him. He ...


A travel blog entry by morganingreece on May 26, 2014

4 comments, 6 photos

... I tried everywhere in the supermarket, asking
MILATE ANGLIKA? !- but alas, there were no English speakers to be found. Eventually, clothespins were located, as well
as a mosquito net (for our bathroom with a window, no screen, and jammed
open!) Splitting the bill, Kelsey and I
spent less than 20 euro on orange juice, pins, mosquito net, cases of water,
breads cheese, apples , chocolate and plums!
We didn’t know how ...


A travel blog entry by alice-patrick on Jan 07, 2014

3 comments, 17 photos

Athens is named for Athena, the Goddess of wisdom and military victory. The ancient soap opera that is Greek mythology tells us that Zeus swallowed Metis because of a prophecy that she would give birth to a god greater than he. Since Metis was already pregnant when this happened the smith god, Hephaestus opened Zeus' head with an axe and Athena stepped out in full armor. Since Zeus was a god, he was able to smoosh both sides of his head back together and he and ...

Greek Islands to Athens

A travel blog entry by peterandjane on Oct 01, 2013

70 photos

... driver" was waiting for us and all we had to do was grab our bags and walk a few metres to the ferry. We arrived in Santorini a couple of hours later, and it was an awe inspiring sight. We hadn't appreciated the fact that Santorini is a volcano, and still considered active, but currently dormant. The cliffs above the port rise up steeply and a road snakes its way up to the caldera rim some 250 metres above. The cliffs have many layers ...