Travel Blogs from Athens
So much has happened, yet it feels like we have only been here for a few days! What a blessing it has been to call Athens home and really feel at home. Here's the most recent stories from my adventure abroad: August 26th--Double Decker Buses. I normally associate those with London, England, but we rode one around Athens to get to know the area more. They gave us a set of headphones and we listened to a recording about the places we passed ...
... wife) warm and professional, people who care about their guests. I would certainly return and eat here the next time I visit Areopoli. I am sure it won’t be too long from now because the whole region is so interesting, so inviting that we shall surely be back.It is as if it comes out of a fairy tale.
Keep the good work up Petros and continue keeping the high standards and quality up like you are doing ...
... In the age that followed, as thought and art flourished, an exceptional group of artists put into effect the ambitious plans of Athenian statesman Pericles and, under the inspired guidance of the sculptor Pheidias, transformed the rocky hill into a unique monument of thought and the arts. The most important monuments were built during that time: the Parthenon, built by Ictinus, the Erechtheon, the Propylaea, the ...
... because apparently the dress she had brought wasn't good enough. And I quote "It's a very smart dress, and was very expensive, so now I am very ****** off that I can't wear it". We also got out of class 20 minutes early. Score.
After all my classes were over for the day I went for a run in the National Gardens! Except for one weird/creepy guy, it was good. I hurt my hip, though, again, so I need to figure out what's up with that so I that ...
... and the weather is the same. The people have all been VERY pleasant and accommodating. He took us to the President Hotel, our 4-star accommodations, which is beautiful. We checked in, had our bags delivered to the room, then quickly changed into our bathing suits to go for a dip in the pool. This hotel is one of very few tall buildings in central Athens. Our room is on the 15th floor (16 in the U.S.) and the pool is on the rooftop, 22 stories high. ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services