Kaningos 21 Hotel
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... and Reuben have also been making friends and particular a couple of Christian Canadian kids. Must be the camp influence. This morning we sailed into Athens, Greece for the day. We have decided that at the ports of call we will do our own thing. Sort our own transport into town and see what happens. This is both cheaper however more 'dangerous' in that we have no idea what we are doing haha. So this morning we thought that we ...
... the plaka we also came across a small spa that specialised in fish pedicures – you know where the little fish nibble at your feet. As we were a little sore in the foot area, we decided to give it a go and proceeded to hand over the relevant number of Euros. After washing and preparing our feet for the fish, it was time for them to start eating. The sensation was neither pleasant nor unpleasant, it felt like a mini spa bath and every so often would get to a place on ...
... and is learning Chinese) so he has
been taking care of all of us to communicate with others ( again, there is much
less English-speaking here than anticipated).
At the supermarket, Kelsey Price and I were on our own with
the language. Luckily, I can spell FETA
(phi-sigma-tau-alpha!!) easily in Greek
letters, so we were fine. I needed to find
clothespins (laundry is done in the sink- we have ...
... promptly fell asleep. The only thing that woke me was the occasional Zorba music they played between commentaries. After an hour of this, I thought I might join Dave up top. Fortunately for my burned forehead, he'd moved right to the front where one is sheltered from the sun.
We sat happily watching Athens traffic snarl itself up.
Firstly it doesn’t matter which side of the road you drive - if there is a space, you drive into ...
... of acropolis on the hill top above us. After lunch we walked towards the first archeological site where we bought a 4 day pass for all the sites in Athens at €12 each. Our first site was the ancient Agora where we saw the tower of the winds (1st c. BC), this area was not particularly impressive as most of the ruin is missing, although there was a small interesting museum on sight. Then we walked up towards the acropolis via the old narrow cobblestone ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsKaningos 21 Hotel Athens
Other than location this place was a disaster. AC didn't work, water damage on walls and floor. Breakfast was OK, if you could get a table.
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