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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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... abandoned after its destruction in 1375BC. (So you can see just how old these places are)! Back on the ship we dressed up and ventured out to the Captain's Cocktail Party. There we had our photo taken with the Captain, shook his hand and were given a couple of glasses of free champagne!!(That was the best part of the night).
Wednesday, another great day weather wise and again a 6am breakfast to be ready for our 7am departure from the boat to visit Rhodes ...
... Along the way we stop in at a restaurant called “On the Grill” and order our first souvlaki’s/gyro. We share a Greek salad, Aaron orders pork and I get a chicken one. They’re delicious and we slam them down pretty fast. We leave after a good 45minutes of enjoying our food and then begin to walk up the hill towards the cable car. However we decide not to go up the top as I begin to feel a migraine coming on, so we turn around pretty quick and head to get a coffee ...
I think it's Thursday.
This week has wafted by so delightfully that I have lost track of time completely - which is the sign of a good holiday!I have no idea what's happened in Masterchef. I think my children and dogs are still alive. Apparently it's been rather cold back home.
We leave Mykonos at 5am, so we wake a few hours later to find islands slipping by in the distance outside our window. It ...
... Got cold, decided to go back and make dinner instead.
... is a temple dedicated to the goddess Athena whom the people of Athens considered their patron. Construction began in 447 BC and was completed in 438 BC. It is the most important surviving building of Classical Greece. Its decorative sculptures are considered some of the high points of Greek art. The Parthenon is regarded as an enduring symbol of Ancient Greece.