Palmyra Beach Hotel

70 Possidonos Avenue, Glyfada, Attica, 166 75, Greece | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 70 Possidonos Avenue, Glyfada, is near Hephaistion, Stoa of Attalos, Kaisariani Monastery (Kessariani), and Temple of Apollo.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsPalmyra Beach Hotel Glyfada

    Reviewed by lyz_lorene

    Different, Not Worse

    Reviewed Jul 3, 2013
    by (1 review) Rogers City Mi , United States Flag of United States

    Definitely different from American hotels. To be honest the toilets here make me nervous. But the beds are twin sized and the rooms so small they barely fit. The bathrooms good sized but the showers very different from American showers. Like I said, different, but not worse.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

    TripAdvisor Reviews Palmyra Beach Hotel Glyfada

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

    Travel Blogs from Glyfada

    Day 18

    A travel blog entry by morganingreece on Jun 12, 2014

    1 photo

    ... up on snacks for our ferry ride this weekend.

    I bought pistachio nest cookies, a fruit bar, a sugar-almond
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    Leaving the pastry shop, a woman called out to me and
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    A travel blog entry by sheppa80 on Sep 18, 2013

    89 photos

    ... you ever knew about sport, because if it were not for the Greeks, none of it would have ever existed. Why, because those awesome little souls created the Ancient and Modern Olympics that basically created the notion of competitive sport as we know it.

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    Fainting Goats

    A travel blog entry by marczimmer on Jul 14, 2013

    9 photos

    ... metro, which would take us to Athens. As usual we were too cheap to take the taxi, after all we have to spend our money on the important things in life, things like gelato. So we walked through the heat, got into the metro and found some empty seats for Dianne and Caitlin, which they soon gave up to some old Greek grandmothers. It was only a thirty-minute trip, but soon Caitlin started leaning ...

    Athens to Mykonos

    A travel blog entry by biancamack on May 27, 2013

    ... Everyone started having paint fights and getting paint on everyone else. I had my only jersey that I had bought to the island on, and was not that keen on getting paint on it in case I needed it the next day. Also was sober and a bit over it. So I headed back to camp with Jess and Ana. The boys stayed out to give Ian and Shorty a few pointers on how to pick up girls, and managed to get quite a few free shots off the tour leader. They arrived home about ...

    Athens #3: The Agora and National Museum

    A travel blog entry by brookskeith on Apr 23, 2013

    1 comment, 19 photos

    ... person in a corrupted culture! He did a lot of other things to model simple living, many of which my editorial board informs me is not appropriate to include here, so have fun researching this fascinating man on the internet! Alexander the Great was so intrigued by Diogenes' reputation he came to visit the philosopher of simplicity right here. When the most powerful man in the world asked Diogenes to name any gift he could bestow, the elderly Athenian ...