Hotel Xenophon

Address: 340 Atarmon St., Athens, Attica, 111 45, Greece | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located in the Αθήνα 5 area of Athens, is near Tower of the Winds, Pandrossou, Pireos Street, and Amphiaraion Archaeological Site.
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Travel Blogs from Athens

Athens, Greece

A travel blog entry by morganberry15 on Nov 12, 2014

... accoordingly and jumped on a bus to the port of Athens. Here we hopped onto a cruise boat and endured the longest three hours of battling sea sickness. Along the way we stopped at three Greek islands including Hydra, Poros, and Aegina -- all amazingly beautiful despite their closing of tourism season. That night, Kel and I ordered some tzatziki (my absolute favorite dip and I would recommend ...

Goodbye

A travel blog entry by tanya.lesiuk on Nov 10, 2014

... my soul that day was by putting pen to paper and expressing the pain I felt inside, the result was a free verse poem that harboured much raw emotion, the only suitable title was helpless, there was no need to sugar coat it.

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Athens in one day!

A travel blog entry by julie.scanlon on Sep 27, 2014

... We had a wonderful dinner at the King George, which also has a roof top restaurant. It was another early night as we had a 2:45 am wake up call to start our journey home.
I am glad we had a short time in Athens, we saw enough to get the flavor of the city. It is like,most big cities, clogged with traffic, pollution and many people.
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Birthplace of Democracy

A travel blog entry by fergalicious on Aug 18, 2014

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... we had a little breeze. It was so nice. We made it to the top and saw the Acropolis, Pantheon, Erechtheion, ancient Angora, and much more. It was amazing to think that thousands of years ago without the help of modern day tools and machinery, they built these amazing structures. They are mostly made of marble. The structures are constantly being reworked in hopes of preserving them for years to come. Next we strolled ...

Athens- An ancient city

A travel blog entry by germann on Jun 12, 2014

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... hear each other speak. Soon a quaint square opened up where four roads intersect and we chose a charming taverna to eat gyros and relax. Near there, we saw a small art studio and wandered inside. The paintings were beautiful, mostly of the sea, boats and beaches, but also some people and our favorite, a large painting of a traditional greek door much like the ones I'd been photographing all week. The shop keeper called out to a man down stairs and the artist of all ...