Oceanis Hotel

Address: 25 Lampraki St., Glyfada, Attica, 16674, Greece | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 25 Lampraki St., Glyfada, is near Hephaistion, Stoa of Attalos, Kaisariani Monastery (Kessariani), and Temple of Apollo.
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      Reunited in Athens

      A travel blog entry by karatedude99999 on Jul 03, 2014

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      ... the UK, Athens is ridiculously affordable! For less than one euro I got a bagel and a bottle of water.

      Athens seems like a really nice city so far. Unlike other European capitols, it feels like people actually live here. Well into the evening the streets were filled with ordinary Greeks going about their evenings.

      We also walked down the main diplomatic avenue of Athens to the Greek Parliament building. The Parliament, a white marble ...

      Day 21- 6/15

      A travel blog entry by morganingreece on Jun 15, 2014

      2 comments, 3 photos

      ... So, I had an extra piece of cake and was very flattered to have a belated birthday party all to myself.

      After dessert, Kelsey and of course were hungry for dinner. In the theme of it suddenly being my birthday again, I wanted to treat myself. We went to a seafood restaurant where I ordered grilled sardines, which were so delicious I almost cried.

      Sweet dreams, from ...

      The Temple of Who? (7th-8th June)

      A travel blog entry by matt.stevie on Jun 07, 2014

      17 photos

      ... were very tired. On Sunday we made our way back to the city centre to continue with our sightseeing. We still had a few ruins and temples on our list to see. We started with Kerameikos which was an old pottery district in ancient Athens. A lot of the old famous pottery came from this area. There was also a museum there that had a lot of the pottery and other ruins from the district. I found this a bit more interesting than the ruins outside. The Ancient Agora was our next ...

      Really, Really Old

      A travel blog entry by retiredgypsies on Mar 21, 2014

      13 photos

      When walking along a street it is not uncommon to come upon a walled off, covered area in the middle of the sidewalk. Closer inspection reveals that in the process of excavating for an underground parking lot or the metro, ruins of a burial ground, bath house or road have been discovered. The ruins are everywhere and many of the Athenians we talk to have not even been to the many sights we have ...

      Acropolis & Plaka Stroll

      A travel blog entry by janehudon on Nov 07, 2013

      3 photos

      ... bare. Built by Pericles to honour the virgin goddess Athena, the Parthenon has been the model for thousands of buildings throughout the world. Except for its roof which was made of wood, the Parthenon was entirely constructed of marble. Most of the artifacts from the temple are housed in the nearby Acropolis Museum.

      Through the Propylaea gateway you enter a small rectangular hall with six Doric columns. Built of pure ...