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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!
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... The touristy streets of Plaka were busy with people rushing about and the shopping districts as well so we walked through and made our way back to the hotel hot and tired and in need of a quick rest before we headed out again for more of this city.
We loved our few days in Athens. It certainly was hot here, but we had a great time and got to see a lot of the city and sights.
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... small island, Aegina. There we had our first seafood meal at a local taverna - a whole small snapper, fried small shrimp, and calimari. Andrew got I think spaghetti for his main course. Since the starters also included Greek salad, fried zucchini. Tzadziki and bread, he seemed to have plenty to eat. After lunch we went by bus to the ancient temple of Aphaia, perched high on a hill, from which you can see Athens in the distance. The kids swam this morning on the way; the sailboats ...
... Si was gutted about, I was feeling **** and just wanted to get to the hotel! Athens is a really run down and dirty city but the people seem really friendly and helpful when they can understand English. When we got to the hotel and settled in we went and took all our laundry to a laundromat and the man only charged us £10 to wash dry and fold all of our clothes which was a bargain compared to what we have been paying to do it ourselves. Simon had a toasted ...
... the Acropolis museum after here so started the walk down and before too long had a few men shoving umbrellas in our face.. no thanks, I'm sure they'd be at premium price! My rain jacket is more of a wind jacket so after a little while I started to get quite wet and did think maybe an umbrella would have been good, we saw the Museum of Jewelery so thought we'd duck in there hopefully the rain would stop, got inside and found although the place was nice and warm and dry it was full ...