Travel Blogs from Athens
Atene ha vissuto la sua era di grandezza nel 400 a.C., periodo in cui veniva costruita la maggior parte dei monumenti. Durante l'era turco-bizantina la cittą fu privata della sua importanza fino al 1833, anno in cui Atene divenne la capitale della Grecia liberata.
In occasione delle Olimpiadi del 2004 sono state rimodernate quasi tutte le …
Woke up in a rash today! :'( I think it was from the chair I sat on at
Estai!!! It was a woven chair outside.... so try not to wear short shorts like me! :( my friends didn't get a rash and I have a feeling its not bed bugs as its only on my thighs...
Anyway! We took the metro to Syntagma Square. Unfortunately we had just arrived at 12 on …
Again we had an early start, met everyone in the Lobby at 9am as we had a long walk to the Panathenaic Stadium and we had to arrive around 10am. The walk was long and took us about 45minutes to walk from our hotel to the stadium.
At the stadium, we gained free entry as we were a large university group. The normal fees were very reasonable as …
After only 4 hours of sleep, waking up at 6am UK time (8o'clock local time), we dragged ourselves out of bed, ready to meet the others for breakfast in the hotel restaurant. The buffet was ok, not much choice, nice if you like hard bread and ham! Could have more variety of breads... maybe some different cereal and other fruits than just oranges. < …
After departing 30minutes behind schedule we managed to arrive in Athens on time at 5:40pm local time! We got on the coach to drive us to our hotel, and we got the first glimpse into Greece from this journey. It felt quite deserted and desolate seeing empty and run down billboards in the middle of fields, crumbling buildings left abandoned and …
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