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... for rejuvenating strolls or peaceful interludes far from the bustle of the city. Yet, the hotel is at a walking distance to the major highlights of Athens, the chic neighborhood of Kolonaki, and the shopping areas of the city centre. The Lycabettus area and the particular spot where the hotel is located, is the perfect area to combine sports but pleasure as well. The package has it all.
Tip: Taking a taxi from the city centre to ...
We were on the ferry till about 2pm today. Once arriving in Greece we made our way to Athens! We pretty much just had dinner and went to bed as we have a big three days coming up! We had a total of about 9hrs in Athens! We are coming back to Athens afterwards ...
... internet connection (
bear with me!). We have a gorgeous pool and nearby beach access. Glyfada has
many night clubs and high end fashion- it is a pricey area. Despite this the
tourists here are from other areas of Greece- besides the accommodating hotel
staff, many people around us speak little English. The signs, food, stores are
all written in Greek. As a result, I am picking up words, phrasing and
spellings very, very ...
... now in the British Museum in London along with lots of other Greek treasures. I am keen to return to the British Museum to view with new appreciation the treasures of Athens. Negotiations continue regarding repatriation, but it could be a long wait.
On the slopes of the Hill are two theatres: the Odeon of Herodes Atticus, restored and used for performances today; and the Theatre of Dionysus. Also nearby is the Ancient Agora, which was the centre ...
... it very unenjoyable. Next they brought us pork chop cuts. These were really good, but by this time we were quite full. Later, Katerina brought us a plate of lamb to try. Very flavorful! Then we sat at our table and talked for a couple hours before they brought us a dessert. It tasted like malt o meal cake...not very good! We practiced saying thank you in Greek to the waiters (efharisto). We had a pretty good time and got to know each other better. After we ate, we decided to walk to ...