- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
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... us to look left and we will see the Olympic Stadium and then just a little further down the road he points out the Temple of Zeus…right in the middle of everything. That is when we knew for sure that we had made an excellent hotel choice and that we were really going to enjoy our time in Athens.
Even though at the time we checked in we had been married for a little over five weeks, we didn't feel compelled to let the hotel know and gladly accepted some ...
... hotel staff for our quick time. We popped some Advil, went for a swim and had a nice cheese page of some really good, stinky Greek cheese. Also had a very refreshing martini to help stave off any muscle soreness. Rich worked some more and then we had dinner at the sushi restaurant here....which is at the top of the hotel....more stairs! Surprisingly, the sushi in Greece is very good. We dined alfresco, enjoyed a bottle of Greek ...
... 2:30 am, when we caught a cab back to Glyfada.
We had a long night in the room, waking up multiple times choking on stale air. I gave up and slept in the upstairs lobby area for a bit until sunrise, when we felt it was safe enough to sleep with all our windows and doors wide open to let the air in.
Long night, but I watched the sun rise on a beautiful new morning.
Kalimera from ...
... at the ancient excavation site. Seems to me that a lot of Turks must have been at that ancient site making designs then. Didn't tell him that.
We love cats and we have run into a bunch but not as many as I would have expected being that they consider cats one of their good luck animals. We kept coming across dogs though sprawled across doorways and in the walkways. They always looked as if they were dead and I ...
... flowers everywhere. I had another pesto pasta but it wasn't as good as the night before. It was really pretty there and very relaxing. We then spent the rest of the day at the pool, recharging and having some quiet time before heading with the group to a town called Oia, for an amazing view of the sunset. The town Oia (Pronounced Eeya) is so stunning. When you see the postcards of Greece with the white houses and blue roofed churches perched on a cliff side, this is the place ...