Palmyra Beach Hotel
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Well I made it! It was a very long flight but we landed safely. We got off the plane and went through customs. After that we all got our luggage, and thankfully none of it was lost! We headed down and all met at the end of the hall, where we met Sabrina, our delegation leader, and Charlotte, our German delegate. Both are very nice. :) Our trip to …
I had a very hectic arrival in Greece. I had to be rerouted to Frankfurt and avoid Lufthansa strikes...it was quite an experience. But now I am here and I am loving it! We had our first class today and I've already made a few friends. We went to the beach after class. The water here has so much salt in it that it takes no effort to float. It's hot …
... finishing at the stadium, we walked to the Kolonaki neighborhood which is said to be Athens's poshest neighborhood. Cafes, floral shops, wine bars, and boutiques abound. We couldn't resist picking up a few souvenirs of the fashion kind to bring back home! Due to the heat, we decided the best place to be was the rooftop pool at our hotel. Cool water and a great view of the Acropolis--just what we needed!
... and Roman parts of the city.
-The old palace, now parliament buildings with 24 hr guards and the tomb of the unknown soldier.
-The new Acropolis museum.
-and more. You could easily spend many days in Athens.
The history of the place is intriguing; all the different cultures and races that have dominated this area over history.
I was clarifying something with Lida the guide and explained that ...
... an elegant, open, curved room that lends movement and imagination to its sleek steel, glass and wood interior. Be sure not to miss the Sunday brunch if you are at the hotel that day. It is considered one of the best in the city. I have had it with friends once and I can assure you of that. The cuisine offers an exquisite selection of Mediterranean dishes.
Galaxy Bar and Restaurant: The Bar is on the rooftop and it is the favourite hangout of celebrities. The setting ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPalmyra Beach Hotel Glyfada
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.
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