Limeni Village Hotel
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- Refrigerator in room
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... to the restaurant in search of a light snack and what should be right out the window but the Acropolis. We sat at the bar and I ordered a glass of Champagne and Kerry had red wine. When we paid for our drinks and food we found out my one glass of champagne was more expensive than Kerry's whole bottle of wine. It tasted pretty good! Off to bed and tomorrow we go on our ...
... with rows upon rows of white buildings. Once we were checked in to the hotel, we quickly freshened up and headed to the rooftop for some drinks. The rooftop overlooks the Parthenon and the Acropolis. It is breathtaking. Then we headed in to town for a tour on the Happy train and a stop for gelato. It was fun but we all hit a wall in the mid day heat. We jumped in the pool as soon as we returned to the hotel. It felt soooo good :) Next we headed in to town for a quick ...
... to hit up the main events.Our first stop was the Ancient Agora with its various ruins and sculptures, however we didn't stay long here as we knew we had a hill climb ahead of us and to be honest unless you are a major Greek history buff it doesn't offer that much.From the Agora we made our way to Mars rock which is a marble outcrop that gives a fantastic panorama of Athens however beware as the smooth stone is incredibly slippery witnessing 2 tumbles ...
... we saw the Temple of Poseidon from the 5th century BCE which sits atop a rock summit overlooking the Aegean sea. It was about a 30 minute drive from the airport through olive groves and little villages lined with colourful oleanders and curving, narrow streets. On the drive we caused the death of a pigeon which left its body outline on the front windshield. Even the tour guide cried out in surprise when it happened. It was only a few blocks later when ...
Yassou 2M, I arrived back in Athens late last night and Shivaun and I woke up early to go see the World Heritage Listed Acropolis of Athens. The Acropolis is located on a hill in the middle of the city of Athens and was originally used as a fortress and lookout to protect the people from enemies. Temples and buildings were later built at the Acropolis to overlook the city. The most famous of these temples is ...