Hotel Mati

Address: 33 Posidonos Ave, Attica, 190 09, Greece | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 33 Posidonos Ave, Attica, is near Schinias Beach and Marathon Battlefield and Museum.
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    A travel blog entry by modernoddyseus on Oct 21, 2014

    ... They exist precisely to hide the fact that we all hate each other, like the carrier-drivers who curse at each other so angrily. Yashvin the Gambler says: 'They want to take the clothes off my back, and I'd do the same to them.' And it's true!" - Anna Karenina, a Leo Tolstoy character *

    "The whole world is ****
    "and people enemies."
    - a Russian poem graffitied onto a roadside bus stop in Israel's Negev Desert, certainly written by ...

    Exploring the Plaka and Acropolis

    A travel blog entry by evaclapham on Oct 04, 2014

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    A late night last night sitting at the bar enjoying the gorgeous view of the Acropolis meant we had a late start. Walked for about six hours starting with a stroll through the Plaka area, which is the old part of Athens and is where our hotel is situated. This led us to the Acropolis and the Parthenon. Such a huge area and so amazing to think we are walking on the same stones as people walked on two thousand five hundred years ...


    A travel blog entry by ruthontravels on Sep 26, 2014

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    ... tall ruined temple dedicated to Zeus the Greek god of former times. We weren't as lucky with the 19th century Olympic amphitheatre built for the athletes final collapse at the end of a Marathon, as it was raining then. We did manage to see the Traditional Greek guards moving outside the Presidential Palace with their improbable and undoubtedly difficult high stepped marching in their skirts and pom pom shoes. Our luck changed when we got to the ...

    Athens part 2, the slippery steps

    A travel blog entry by pjwilton on Sep 09, 2014

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    ... way along which the Parthenaic procession passed". For those amateur archeologists amongst you, you will have noticed that they are Karytides from the Roman period to remind them of the beauty of the girls from Karyia in Lakonia.
    The Theatre of Dionysis was founded in the 6th century BC and has been renovated several times.
    The Odeum of Herodes Atticus is more modern, build from 161 to 97 BC and is a typical Roman theatre. ...


    A travel blog entry by lunarei on Aug 31, 2014

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... They're not completely sure, but all the literature seems to point to that place being it. I was very excited when I saw this. Apparently the third hill which has the Monument of Filopappos ( which we also saw... Along with Socrates' Gaol) was used as a fortress when they were fighting against the Amazons (according to mythology at least). Another cool fact! On the way up to the monument we also ...