Hotel Niki

27 Nikis Street, Athens, Attica, 10557, Greece | 2 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Athens

Mars Hill

A travel blog entry by lisaknitter

The Mars Hill was one of the places to which Paul sailed to speak about Christianity. There are twelve monuments to the Olympians there, as well as one monument to an unknown god. Apparently, the Athenians that lived around the Mars Hill were fairly open-minded about many religious theories, but it was a bit early in the development of Christianity for it to take a real hold in the area.
We sang the Alma Mater at the top of Mars Hill, which was a really cool way to end the trip.

Temples and Christmas lights

A travel blog entry by jammin

... like a mill pond, absolutely flat, not a ripple or wave as far as the horizon, and that incredible clear torquise, azure colour and translucence. Quite a few hardy souls were out swimming and we would have joined them, given the opportunity. The Temple of Poseidon is one of the sites I had dreamed of seeing and it doesn't disappoint. It stands atop one of the eastern most points of the Greek mainland, surrounded by sea on three sides. It is ...

Days 62 to 72: Grece Part I Athens and Crete

A travel blog entry by tadtravels


... the neighborhood a bit. We were directed towards a square down the street with a cluster of stores and restaurants. We walked to the square and settled on an outdoor café to eat lunch before having to get back to the hotel and start work. Later that night we went back to the same square and had a really tasty gyro pita for 2Euro from a primarily take out place that was open late night. It was an interesting walk at night to the square in that neighborhood; not ...

Start at the top

A travel blog entry by pandar


... s, which is a rock formation over the northern corner of the acropolis hill. As there are not really any views to see as you ascend on the bus, what we saw was pretty cool, as Sean said. The city stretched out in front of us for miles and round us a sea of white buildings with predominately red roofs, surrounded by some really big hills and mountains in the background looking North West especially. We then headed back to ...

Walking Athens

A travel blog entry by while


... destroyed over time. Notably Christians smashing sculptures or hacking the faces off sculptures. Acropolis museum was good too, and also contained casts of sculptures no longer in Athens. Had some amazing chocolate gelato after that. Afternoon saw temple of Zeus (cool collapsed column on ground) then first Olympic Stadium. Awesome collection of past ...

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