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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
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Here's the plan as laid out by DCL 7:15 meeting time Travel through Athens along a scenic route through the ancient city (approx 75 min) passing the sites of the Temple of Olympian Zeus, Hadrian's Arch and the Panathenic stadium on your way to the Acropolis. Walk up the approximate 100 steps for a tour (approx 90 min) Enjoy free time at the base of the Acropolis (approx 30 min) then take a quick transfer to a culinary school. See dishes prepped before you ...
... of Athens and saw the Parthanon. Fantastic views of the city and surrounds.
Katarina took us into the main shopping area where we were given free time to wander around the great shops. We had a fantastic Greek lunch and spent lots on souvenirs.
Got back to the boat, went to the gym and then it was time to go to the wine bar again. Jewel finally met some teenage chickies and spent the night in the Liquid ...
OMG! Greece! Maria! How do I start? Months ago back in the comforts of my Quarrier Street home, I looked up private guides for Greece and somehow stumbled through the world wide web to Maria Tsamis who was a highly rated guide on a favorite travel site. I contacted her and she was back in contact with me so quickly with a response that I knew she was awesome. Then, I asked her about touring with us not only in Athens but also ...
... things about Piraeus. Other travellers had told us the place was crawling with gangs and stray dogs would be roaming in packs looking for legs or arms to gnaw on. "If the scammers don’t get you then the stench and rubbish will," were some of the other thoughts. One Australian traveller summed it up perfectly in just a sentence, “Piraeus, that place is f**king s**t”.
In addition to agreeing on the s**tness ...
... threw my passport back at me wouldn't even look at Sinisa asking where some form was yada yada in the end he made one up for Sinisa he said "thank you so much" and I said Thank you in Greek and he wouldnt even look at us! We laughed all the way into the airport! The pastries and food are amazing and the frappes are strong! we sat outside in a little outdoor cafe had a frappe! It was so nice to be just outside and people watching! The airport itself is pretty ...