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... Estiatorio’ based at the Hilton but is a totally private business. ‘Orizontes’ the restaurant on top of the Lycabettus hill is another alternative with an open terrace in summer, Mediterranean cuisine, seafood. ‘Avocado’ for vegetarians, ‘To Trikyklo’ a favourite of mine for this extra touch of genuine Greek hospitality -mention my name if you wish. Greek meze, non-touristy, good value.
... were bars, Cafes, a game room, pool, pokies, tvs and many communal areas. Best of all, we all had little cabins to get a good night sleep! Unfortunately I was in a room with a very loud snorer :( so I popped my iPod in and went to sleep listening to August Burns Red :) when I woke up in the morning I was confused to be rocking back and forth... It had gotten rough :( I got out of bed and orientated myself and went to get some breakfast, then it wasn't so bad ...
... orange in color but have great taste. I
am loving the coffee! And I am very jet lagged.
We then had our first classes- International Business at 9
am and Entrepreneurship at ten. Both
will be easy but require journal entries and records on differences we see
between Greek and US lifestyles.
At noon we went as a group (about 20 students) into town in
Glyfada. One student is fluent ...
21May Had an early start today, got up at 5:50am. The hotel allowed us to have breakfast even though it was before their opening breakfast time. Breakfast starts at 7am and we had to leave the hotel at 6:50am. The ride to the airport was about 40 minutes and the taxi driver told us about live in Greece. The government has run out of money, all the construction in the country has stopped ...
... I lucked out as one of the girls had a drink that tasted like black licorice. We went back to our rooms after awhile to shower and get ready for bed. The shower in our hotel does not shoot water from above your head, but you must hold the shower head as you wash your hair..It's really hard to maintain a wifi connection here which makes it hard to write and communicate back home. Tomorrow we will be visiting Athens Agora, or ancient marketplace, and then taking a ferry to Crete in the ...