Olympic Star Hotel
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... covering the area of 12 hectares! One of the most significant monuments of this space is undoubtedly the famous Temple of Hephaestus that was reconstructed in 1975. Our pass granted us access into the temple of Zeus that we admired from the gates on our first day. We used our pass to get a closer look. History below: Temple of Zeus • The Temple of Olympian Zeus, located in the centre of Athens, was the biggest in Greece and its construction phase lasted for more than ...
We headed to the National archaeological museum first thing as it was pretty close to our hostel, it's was cool to see we were lucky and they currently had and exposition that included two of the sculptures I had studied in year 12 that made my day, there were lots of sculptures and vases as well we spent a few hours there looking at all the works. After the museum I went off to check out a few of the sights on my own. I walked ...
... orange juice.
The next day me and Emma visited the Acropolis Museum which was so cool to see as they had a DVD showing how the Parthenon use to look and had loads of the statues around which was amazing to see even though they were only partial. To see a part of history up close and personal was such a wonderful experience.
We then went to the Archeological museum which was cool too as it had heaps of different artefacts and statues ...
... we saw a group of teens dancing to 90s music for entertainment, until the security guard told them they couldn't be dancing in front of the building and had to move down. We later saw it was a government building and figured it was because they didn't want crowds congregating around the doors. So once they left, so did we. And went to grab some lunch before heading back toward another park in Athens,We then continued on to the park area past the acropolis. ...
... with its cobblestone streets, outdoor cafes, and souvenir shops.
We immediately felt welcome by the Greeks. We sat outside at the cafe on the first day that we arrived and a guy on a motorcycle drove past us and yelled, "welcome to Greece!" All of the locals are extremely welcoming and very helpful. Most places that we ate at would bring us a complimentary appetizer, dessert ...