Life Gallery Athens Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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We left our hotel in Arachova, a ski resort town in the mountains near Delphi, about mid- morning to begin the four hour drive back to Athens. It was a bit of a short night any way because of a large group of French high school students partying on the decks on the floors below our rooms. The hotel staff was complacent - but finally enough people complained that they got "the teachers to put them to bed"! It was a ...
“The only true wisdom is in knowing you know nothing.”
Athens is the capital and largest city of Greece and is one of the world's oldest cities, with its recorded history spanning around 3,400 years. It was a powerful city-state that emerged in
conjunction with the seagoing development of the port of Piraeus. A center for ...
... nice and showed us some things coming to the hotel. We checked in and I must say, I missed Hilton's. We were upgraded to the executive floor and given a room with a view of the Acropolis. They even left us a fruit and wine plate for a welcoming gift. They had drinkable water from the tap, a comfortable bed, and even a private balcony.
We're gonna get some rest before tomorrow's sight seeing day.
... on the reconstruction, but they were nowhere near halfway finished. We visited the very small museum, and Birol made us try some berries from a tree outside. Next, we napped on our way to Marathon. We got to the site in which Melani gave her presentation on the Battle of Marathon against the Persians. We then visited the small museum and traveled to Skinias Beach nearby. We ate lunch and laid on the beach for an hour and a half. We got ice cream bars before we left. It ...
... children and heirs to be educated in Athens, for example.
After touring the Agora, we went to the stoa museum, which was originally a double row of columns and then shops on both levels - 42 in all. Though the building was destroyed in 267 AD, the building can be restored with some certainty. The coolest part of it was that we got to go into the storerooms, which contain a quarter of a million objects. Interestingly, the amphidras (the two-handled jars) varied in shape ...