Hotel Marilena

Address: 1 Spartis, Athens, Attica, 112 52, Greece | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Athens

Part 11 - Cruising the Greek Isles

A travel blog entry by barbaraj90 on Oct 09, 2015

1 comment, 24 photos

... Aegean Sea was pretty calm so there were no problems in that area. Dinner was served in the restaurant and our tour group were all seated together. After dinner we went along to the other end of the ship where there was an entertaining stage show held nightly.

Sunday morning dawned bright and sunny and with a predicted temperature of 27 degrees it was going to be a great day. We berthed at Kusadasi still in Turkey and took the optional tours firstly to ...

Exploring Athens city

A travel blog entry by tnanoble on Sep 10, 2015

9 photos

... of a Greece beach. We head back to our room and get changed and ready for lots of walking around the city.

We head off in the taxi around 11am towards the car hire, and Tim drops us off around 12noon. The ticket system is pretty easy, and is a flat rate of 1.50 euro. So we jump on to the last stop called Syntagma. It takes about an hour, but it’s a nice view of the city. Aaron is surprised because it’s not the sort of city he expected, with no large sky rises, ...


A travel blog entry by alister.bland on Jul 20, 2015

5 comments, 3 photos

... after seeing so many photos of them. And I can imagine how grand the whole area must have been in its "hay day". Easy little walk. But hot and very windy so quite tiring.

The Acropolis entry ticket is for the sights around the rock as well. All sort of linked to The Acropolis, or ancient Athens, so there was no time to rest even though the ticket is valid for four days. However, after visiting a couple of places did the Greek thing and took an ...

Athens, crumbling, chaotic, and a little charming

A travel blog entry by abi.latham on Jun 08, 2015

48 photos

... they found heaps of ruins underground so halted the expansions as much as possible. The ruins complete with artefacts, houses, shops and a river that was bricked over to form a sewer (running water) dates to 8th c. B.C. to 19 A.D.

As we emerged from the Metro into the daylight it was like a crazy chaotic scene, like walking onto a movie set. It is in a square and on one side there are some ruins, then there are old buildings and ...

Daughter of Poseidon!

A travel blog entry by illy4fsu on May 22, 2015

101 photos

... almost 500 ft above sea level. The rest of Athens was then built around the Acropolis in a circular pattern. The Acropolis houses one of the most famous buildings the Parthenon, a temple dedicated to the goddess Athena. Athena is not only the goddess of war but also great wisdom and courage. This temple was originally burned down by the Persians when they invaded and the remains we see are what was rebuilt back in ...