Myrto Hotel

Address: Marathonos Avenue 34, Athens, Attica, 19009, Greece | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Αθήνα 1 area of Athens, is near Panathenaic Stadium (Panathinaiko Stadio), Odeum of Herodes Atticus (Odeion / Irodion), Parliament Building (Vouli), and Kolonaki.
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      3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

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      It's all Greek to me

      A travel blog entry by cooper639 on Oct 19, 2014

      1 comment, 8 photos

      ... by the Romans who also built baths and other buildings on the site- including a church. Much of the site was destroyed by earthquakes but there is still plenty to see to be able to understand. The site is excavated by Greek and German archeologists who don't believe in reconstructing it. We also checked out the statues, pots, glass, tools and other items excavated under the 4m of silt that is in the adjoining museum.
      Then it was off ...

      Greek word.

      A travel blog entry by cjwagsy on Oct 10, 2014

      1 comment

      ... had warned us that she was a crazy cat lady, which I of course assumed was a couple, three, maybe four, five max. Ooooooh boy was I wrong, we ended up getting our pet fix and met all of her cats, and she has ten, I repeat, TEN cats. I'll give her credit though, they were really well taken care of, and friendly enough I could almost see getting a cat, but alas, even the cuddliest one Lollig (and his buddy Bollig) weren't enough to sway my love of dogs. Until next time, love to you all - ...

      Acropolis Now

      A travel blog entry by lmcfarland on Sep 28, 2014

      1 comment, 10 photos

      ... crowds that joined us to pay homage to history. But homage was all we had to pay. By happenstance, we chose to arrive on a day when access to the Acropolis, normally 12 euros per person, was free.

      At those prices, who could resist? Judging from the numbers surrounding us, apparently no one.

      But in spite of our sharing the experience with cheapskates (just kidding), the Acropolis does not disappoint.

      The Parthenon, its centerpiece, ...

      Ancient Ruins

      A travel blog entry by emily_160 on Jul 24, 2014

      ... a stop That was near a big shopping street. It was like a bigger and better version of Rundle Mall. We walked down the street and stopped at a cafe to get something quickly to eat. We wanted to get some Greek food but they didn't have any on the menu so we just ordered a Greek style pizza. Not very Greek but oh well, it was still tasty. Mum and I them separated from Debbie and Declan and said we would meet ...

      Athena vs Poseidon

      A travel blog entry by ginapeach on Jun 22, 2014

      17 photos

      Day two of our Greek odyssey and this time we're exploring the birthplace of democracy – Athens. The Classic period of Greece was between 500 and 300 BC. It was a time of great creativity and ingenuity, with accomplishments in art, literature, politics and architecture proving the foundation for modern civilisation. Scattered across Athens are reminders of this golden age. The most prominent of which are the ruins on the Acropolis – the Parthenon, ...