Leandros Hotel

Address: 415, Vouliagmenis Ave, Athens, Attica, 163 46, Greece | Hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Athens

Last day in Greece

A travel blog entry by snibbertort on Jul 04, 2015

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... to return the statue to Greece, and the nation of Greece is understandably upset. The acropolis museum makes it very clear that they consider the statue stolen by the British. They call Lord Elgin "the worst of the many looters who took advantage of the Turkish occupation".

It's been an awesome trip and we're all sad to leave Greece. It really is a beautiful country and we've loved every place we visited. Tomorrow Kelly heads home and Chris and I fly to ...

Ruins of Ancient Greece

A travel blog entry by tuckerhoneymoon on Jun 08, 2015

3 comments, 23 photos

Up and at 'em for sightseeing today! Travis visited Athens a few years ago on a cruise stop so he knew how crowded the top sight could be. With that in mind we left the apartment early, stopping to get a cappucino and Greek yogurt with honey and walnuts, and headed straight for the Acropolis. The entry ticket is only €12 and includes entry to other archaelogical sites as well. The weather was absolutely perfect - warm but not hot, with an occasional cool breeze - ...

The Final Chapter

A travel blog entry by youngodyssey on Apr 30, 2015

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... Sue's great uncles names on the memorial (they have no graves). At Chunuk Bair a few groups of Turkish school children arrived and confirmed our belief that Manners 01 does not appear in the school curriculum til at least Year 11, if at all. Back on board we set sail at 6.00 pm headed for Limnos (or Lemnos) Island then sat down to yet another sumptuous meal. 28th April After a very pleasant night cruising we docked at Limnos Island at 7.03am as scheduled. This is one of ...

My Stay Experience at the Titania Hotel.

A travel blog entry by greekcypriot on Mar 11, 2015

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... and Commercial Centre of Athens, between Syntagma & Omonia. Located on Panepistimiou Avenue it is surrounded by the most significant historical and cultural monuments like the Acropolis and the Archaelogical Museum, the University of Athens, the National Library and the Parliament, as well as the modern commercial shops and the city malls. In all, it offers a wide variety of sightseeing and entertainment choices due to its ...

Greeks on Wheels

A travel blog entry by drtee on Oct 20, 2014

2 comments, 1 photo

... me to walk to my gate.

So I requested "special assistance" at Heathrow. The British (or Europeans) just don't get this whole access thing. They think all people with impaired mobility need wheelchairs. I really just wanted a cart to take me to the terminal and gate so I wouldn't have to walk 45 minutes (I'm not exaggerating). I kept telling them I could walk, but they apparently didn't believe me and kept plopping me into a ...