Olympic Star Hotel
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We awoke to a beautiful sunny morning. Our motel has an open top floor over looking the Parthenon. We sat in the morning sunlight and just soaked up the atmosphere. Below us is a town square which was filled last night with some jubilant Northern Irish soccer fans. Obviously they won against the Athens team as they sang into the early hours of this morning! We headed off in search of ...
... The Temple of Hephaestus is an ancient Greek temple for the worship of Hephaestus, the god of the forge. This is one of the last temples that is still 100% intact after thousands of years. Touring this unique and very old temple was just breath taking! I couldn’t believe that after all the years that is has been standing it is still in great condition. It has survived through many natural disasters! I recommend this tour to a ...
... insight both on the unique and intricate culinary heritage of Greece as well as the famous Mediterranean diet, hailed today as a model of healthy living. Join us as we embark on a culinary journey and a delightful world of the five senses and the culinary Athens will be revealed to you. Τhe tour ends close to Monastiraki Square (Athens Flea Market). The tour takes place every day except on Sundays and begins at 09:30 am. Max participation: 14 ...
... far, and the food has been good, and Greek. One girl in the program is allergic to tree nuts, and Andrew is a vegetarian, and restaurants have been good about accommodating these needs. Andrew has eaten a lot of Greek salad, which is excellent here - wonderful fresh tomatoes, delicious Feta cheese, nice local cucumbers too. His main meals have ranged from spaghetti to tomatoes stuffed with rice, and he seems to be happy enough with the food. Tuesday we are going to a beach for ...
... of the Temple ruins, although Michael, a spritely 84 year old ventured up the hill to take close up photos.
We continued back along the coast and stopped for lunch at one of the seaside towns Varkiza.
Wide esplanades, little fishing port and very few tourists so it was a nice place to relax before our arrival set the airport.
I'm taking advantage of the free WI in the departure lounge to make my final entry.