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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Ilissos Hotel Athens
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... dirty clothes if we ran out of clean clothes, walked and walked and then walked some more, often hot & hungry at times, gave to the poor and showed empathy for the homeless or sick, helped other people we met along the way, even survived without internet at time without complaining too much, and always tried to embrace the new, different & strange encounters or situations we may have been in. We hope you've had the most ...
... while so we took the metro to an area that had lots of posh bars and lounges. Had a refreshing radler (lemon) beer on this VERY HOT, STILL day and spend about an hour online, cleaning out emails, etc. The place we had drinks had large cars, mopeds and other things hanging from the walls and ceilings. I believe everything was made from cardboard or recycled paper, judging by the name of the place and how everything looked. We went back to our hotel to find out ...
... and if you can’t get through, you mount the pavement and scatter the pedestrians to get on your way. No one seems to complain about this. The cars, to a lesser degree do the same, but, of course, it’s harder for them because they are wider. But all the same, they do try. They don’t mount the pavement.
We decided to get a cab to the embarkation gate for our cruise. It seemed better than dragging our cases on and off public transport. What ...
... as he is the only one who seems to be able to know where we are going. If he wasn't with us, Oscar and I would be still out there wandering around. Had dinner in the Hermia Taverna. The food was ridiculously good. Roasted vegetables, haloumi cheese, fresh olives, zucchini flowers stuffed with feta and spinach, pork fillet sauted in olive oil and lemon juice and buckets of fresh bread. We are going to be like beached whales by the time we get ...
... Europe and subsequently the rest of the world. This place, where I was standing, had changed the human species more than any other place in the entire world.
The good news is that Greece has not let its budget cuts get in the way of a thorough restoration of the fine old structure. The bad news, the restoration was taking place right now, which made it hard to get the perfect shot of the building without having a huge crane in your shot. Regardless of ...