- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Breakfast Available
- High-speed internet in room
- Free parking
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Mary, the park owner, was absolutely delightful and very helpful setting us on our way with all the information we needed.
Over the next two days we did all the expected Athens sight, the Bus Tour, Acropolis, Museum, Parthenon, Changing of the Guard at Parliament, Grandma Kay’s Astor Hotel, Stadium and the Temple of Zeus. We enjoyed wondering around these places but ...
We started out the morning by sleeping in. We had breakfast on the balcony again and enjoyed the nice weather. Since our flight was not leaving until 2:30 we were able to take the morning slow. We left the hotel around 11:30 and took the local bus to the airport. I can't believe how many women I have seen wearing completely inappropriate travel clothes. Lots of hooker shoes and tight short spandex dresses. We also saw one woman in the ...
... tzatziki), and more shopping in the Plaka. Connor was a bit disappointed that the shoes he wanted did not come in his size, and that he had 20 euros still burning a hole in his pocket and he was undecided as to how to spend his cash. By 9pm, and still no closer to a decision, the shops started to shut and we headed to the hotel. We have some time in the morning, so perhaps we can help the greek economy a little tomorrow.
Another day, another tour, and another early start. Today we docked in Piraeus at 7.30 am and at 8 we were off the boat for a short bus ride to Athens. We stopped at the stadium where the first modern Olympic Games were held and then we drove past all the facilities built for the 2004 Olympic Games. We went into the centre of Athens and waked up 180 steps to reach a funicular that took ...
How do you describe a different country? It's completely new. Not a new state. Not a new place to eat. It is completely new and incomparable, but I will do my best!
So, last I left off, I had just gotten back from the Athens Architecture School. That seems like a month ago. An entire month ago. In reality it was more like 27 hours. I had finished writing in the blog for the night and was about to head out to the first modern Olympic Stadium. My class didn't have time to see ...