Kiani Akti

Address: 40 Agias Marinas Ave, Pórto Ráfti, Attica, 19003, Greece | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 40 Agias Marinas Ave, Pórto Ráfti, is near Vravron Archaeological Site.
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      Day 23: Cruise to Italy

      A travel blog entry by flahivemo on May 28, 2014

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      ... trip nicely. After lunch and the rest of the drive we got to the port and boarded our cargo cruise ship. This thing was massivly massive and semi trucks were loading on one after the other as we were boarding. The ship was running on Italian time so we thought we were departing in 30 minutes but really it was 90 minutes so we kicked back in the dining hall and played some card games. The only big ...

      The Agora in Athens

      A travel blog entry by itravel114 on Jan 22, 2014

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          We started our day with Dr. Camp at the Agora in Athens. He is the director of the excavation and is a professor at R-MC. It was such a treat to be able to have him incorporated into our trip. The Agora of Athens was the hub of the city. This was where government, personal, and commercial business went on. Basically all of the important aspects for the city came together here. The area in ancient times was always packed with people doing ...

      Athens, Greece

      A travel blog entry by stephen.glenda on Oct 08, 2013

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      ... Francisco. The cost was 60€ with tip which turned out to be a real bargain. We were met at Pireus port by Billy and his Mercedes Van at 8:00 am. We headed out to the Acropolis first which was a good decision. We beat all the tours and were able to get pictures without many people in the background. As we were leaving, the tour groups and crowds arrived. The Acropolis is nominated to be one of the seven wonders of the modern world. In fact the trademark of Athens is one of ...

      Return to Athens

      A travel blog entry by laura.hamlyn on Jul 23, 2013

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      ... I think it was just because my 'walking' was a great source of entertainment to them.

      When I'd finally made my way to the top, I was approached by a worker who told me that I could be taken up the disabled access to be spared from the endless stairs. This meant ascending the side of the hill in a metal cage elevator, something that was slightly terrifying considering my phobia of heights. It was absolutely worth the struggle though because the view from ...

      Athens the land of Ruins... well one of them...

      A travel blog entry by latzylu on Jun 03, 2013

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      ... been there maybe 20 minutes and some other people had come and sit nearby. Then a man came rushing out from the museum and told us we couldn't sit there. The only reason I could fathom was that it looked bad from the museum?! Anyway outside I walked passed a man handing out cards. He was handing out cards to an eatery and was trying to explain where it was. As I was new I didn't know anywhere. I am much to kind(soft) and bad at shaking off people. We started ...