Myrto Hotel

Marathonos Avenue 34, Athens, Attica, 19009, Greece | 3 star hotel
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Top of the World (or at least Athens)

A travel blog entry by bnnashton


... B.C., during the golden age of Pericles. It was also during this time that the gigantic bronze statue of Athena would have been added. In fact, the word parthenon itself refers to Athena's status as a virgin. The statue was so big it would have been visible even from the nearby port of Piraeus. The Parthenon has 17 doric style columns on the long sides and 8 on the shorter sides. Fascinatingly, according to Dr. Camp, the Parthenon ...


A travel blog entry by footloose_llr


... as we've been walking all day so started on our way back to the hotel... well easier said than done as neither Deb or I have a great sense of direction so yes, we went the scenic route and at one point had to get out the map.. just as well we can read greek letters because the map was in english however the street names are, of course, all in Greek!! It was rather fun and I think we both made a bit of a game of it, pretending we were on the amazing race!! Funnily enough when ...

The last Hurrah in Athens

A travel blog entry by pandar


... along the square opposite the cathedral of Athens,
which is having a facelift and is hidden behind the scaffolding and shade cloth
covering the façade and the sides of it. We went into the church and although
it is not of the grandeur of the Milan Duomo or the Notre Dame of Paris, it is
still very interesting. Outside in the square again, we take our last walk
through the streets of the Monastiraki area and then into the metro ...

The Acropolis and Other Main Sites of Athens

A travel blog entry by ahartry

... We saw a few small caves which were the site of various rights, including a secret rite of Aphrodite. It was cool on that side, in the shade. Around noon, we passed a dig, where graduate students were just breaking for lunch. Then, up the hill to the Acropolis itself. It was crowded, of course, but I imagine it can be much worse, especially because there is space for a snaking queue down below. The site is well-signed, ...


A travel blog entry by shockie13


... metres back the same way we had come and got a litre of icy cold water for 1 euro. The tourists buying water at the other place must have been some combination of dumb, lazy and rich. We then continued on to the ancient ruins and the attached gallery. For lunch we did what we don't normally do and ate on a tourist strip. The place we chose offered the first 2 drinks free and, with all the rip offs in Prague still in my mind, assumed they would give us free water and then slap ...

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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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