Life Gallery Athens Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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... in and the plane was also quite small. However eventually we were checked in by a very efficient lady who seemed to have multiple roles. We were entertained by the guy who packs the luggage onto the plane trying to get the air conditioner to work. The 2 rooms had five different air conditioner units and he kept appearing with different remotes but with no success.
We arrived safely in Athens eventually and were picked up and taken for a quick check in and ...
... I can not for the life of me remember all the names of the places we went and who they were named after....but they were beautiful, we did see the tower of the winds though. This tower has on top of it 8 different faces as they used to depict things here that had no name or weren't a known thing with faces and personalities. Therefore all 8 winds known to affect Athens were depicted by ...
... with Gypsies, who are
persistent thieves, and stray dogs, who roam in packs and who are sick and
mangy. Despite the dogs at every stop,
we enjoyed the bus tour sites, getting out to take pictures of the Olympic
stadium and video for the changing of the guards at the Parliament.
We walked through Athenian streets to a Taverna, with live
dancing music and food. It was a great place to celebrate my birthday! ...
... end was the work "Departures" and we thankfully joined the queue at the desk.
They confiscated our passports at the desk and after taking our photo, issued us with an identity card which stands in for our passport. Then we went through security and out to our ship. The passports will be returned at the end of the trip. We use the ID cards each time we leave or return to the ship.
Oh my……….what a very very tall ship ...
... do this whole procedure of lifting the legs up in the air, it's a tradition now but I suppose that it's also helpful for them to do these stretches especially if they are standing still for an hour! We went to the tomb of the unknown soldier which is outside the parliament building. This is also guarded by these men wearing Pom pom shoes. We found out that these men will have had to complete 5 or more years in the army before being given the honor ...