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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Minoa Athens
Pleasant place to stay in Athens. The rooms vary a lot, so ask for a detailed description.
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After two smooth flights, we arrived mostly unscathed late on Thursday at our hotel in Athens. There is not much time today for writing. After all, we enjoy sightseeing!
You may may take some small pleasure from a few photos while you wait for the verbiage to come. Below you will find photos from the National …
... was 6Eur or more don't eat there. We stopped for a quick bite around 1100 we bought a feta cheese bread 'thing' for €1.50 and shared between us, nice and cheap.
Many of the sites have a charge associated so the tour took us around the perimeter and we will go into some tomorrow. Though we did learn we just pay 12Eur each to get into all the main sites.
Its amazing how central some of the ruins are with ...
... the airport to ask the best way to get to the hostel. The person working told us to take the metro and how to get there, etc. We walked across the street to the ticket office where we saw a sign posted that the metro workers were having a strike. A strike only on March 19. From 11 – 2. These are really the only hours when we needed to use the metro. The person working the metro tickets didn't know much about where we were going and sent us back to take the ...
... told to go straight to bed when we got back (yeah right), and not to go to any bars the first night (really?). So I found a bar that was actually connected to the hostel with a couple of the people on the trip. They gave us free shots of ouzo that tasted a little like jager, but not as heavy. They were very good! Then I tried a beer called Mythos. At last, I found my drink for this vacation.... I mean educational experience. It tasted ...
... excited to go to Mt Lycabettus. It’s a mountain within the city of Athens that
gives you the most amazing view of the city. You can catch a sky tram to the
top or walk up obviously I caught the tram up to the top. On top of the
mountain was pretty windy but it was definitely worth it to see the view. From
the top look out you can see the whole city of Athens ...