Limeni Village Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Room service
- Refrigerator in room
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So it's 5am, in the Evripides Hotel, Psiri, Athens. We arrived yesterday, 34 hours after leaving Canberra. We did enjoy a lovely visit in Adeliade, seeing my brother Tony, his wife Lydia, daughter Alicia and grandson Henry. He has just moved to a new cottage in Prospect, where they are enjoying the inner city lifestyle. I also caught up with my mum in her nursing home. She is looking pretty frail, and poor love does not have many teeth left. She is also having trouble swallowing. ...
... a puppy and I wanted to save her. Nothing from the 2004 Olympics is in use now, which is a shame. Having been to London and Barcelona you see how much they still use and advertise their facilities and it's really cool. But Athens just feels like a shanty city, from what I saw in an afternoon. Will be up for a 5am departure for Mykonos tomorrow, so will be aiming for an early night to catch up on some ...
... to me. For a limited time. The Iranian family of 5 in the row beside me decided that they were "too squished" in their seats, so the natural solution was to squish one of them in beside me as well. After 24 hours without sleep I was hardly in a conversational mood, a vibe my new neighbor clearly didn't pick up on, despite the very strong - earphones in, book out, eyes closed - signals I was sending out. So I spent my trip giving basic answers ...
... the finds from the archeological site of the Acropolis. Here you can visualize how the site must have looked during its reining years. The museum was a nice relief from the heat. Then we went to the Old Olympic Stadium. It was so small compared to today and no longer used due to the small size of the track. We spent the afternoon walking around the Plaka Region. We are tired and ready for an afternoon nap. Tomorrow we head to ...
... the museum, it is not immediately apparent that it is the same shape and scale of the Parthenon. Andrew picked this up. Artefacts that have been rescued from the ruins are placed so that they mirror the Parthenon. Exactly. The floors are glass in parts too. This is incredibly disconcerting on the 3rd floor when one can see all the way down to the ground floor!
This was our last night in Athens and we loved every minute of it. Next stop, Crete!