Pentelikon Hotel

Address: 66 Diligianni Street, Kifissia, Attica, 14562, Greece | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on 66 Diligianni Street, Kifissia, is near The Goulandris Museum of Natural History, EOT Beach Club Alimos, Cellier, and Max Mara.
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      Athens, Greece

      A travel blog entry by lowolff on Sep 18, 2014

      2 comments, 5 photos

      Approximately 09:30 Athens time we arrived at the airport. I might have gotten an hour or so of sleep - it was quite a long night and parts of my body feel like they've been riding a horse - enough said!! I'm now 9 hours ahead of Alberta time so I'm not quite sure of anything - lol!

      Our final flight of the day to Rhodes 'Diagoras' International airport was 6 1/2 hours away so to pass the time we went on a tour of Sounion at the south-east tip of ...

      Get Me Off This Boat or Lingering Expectations

      A travel blog entry by kim.orlesky on Aug 18, 2014

      30 photos

      ... I decide to say yes, as the conversation may be enjoyable. I go for my nap and slept for several hours. I woke up for a bit to wander around Athens for a bit, have a souvlaki and pita then join the owner for one glass of wine before heading to bed. I felt so much better after my nap. My head is finally getting to a point where it prefers the relaxed, not thinking pace over the busy mind. Finally, progress! --------------------------------- Lingering Expectations Greece has ...

      Acropolis

      A travel blog entry by rubymwhittaker on Jun 26, 2014

      37 photos

      ... as he could. It was his shop - Frank Ze Paul. It was only 3.80 euro for two foot long baguettes…plus he took us aside and gave us a free cookie each. I think he fancied me. We caught the bus all the way into the city this time and then the metro to the embassy. Ruby walked in, signed a piece of paper and walked out with the lifesaving little blue book. We thought it was something to celebrate so we had a hot chocolate and off we went to the Acropolis. ...

      It's all Greek to me...!

      A travel blog entry by maccanat29 on Feb 05, 2014

      1 photo

      ... accidents in the past 1000 years or so. There was an explosion and a fire which destroyed the roof; it was blown up with cannon fire; it was turned into churches for various religions (and therefore added to and or changed in some way). Unbelievably, in the early 1900's, an English Earl hacked off various parts of the Parthenon - columns, carvings, statues and took them back to England with him. We presume they are somewhere in a museum... The conservation ...

      Days 62 to 72: Grece Part I Athens and Crete

      A travel blog entry by tadtravels on Oct 05, 2013

      30 photos

      ... This ancient civilization based on Crete was called the Minoan civilization because it was thought that King Minos from Greek mythology ruled here, and his son the Minotaur wandered the labyrinth under his palace. In the partially reconstructed ruins of what may or may not have been a palace at Knossos, you could see that the ancient Minoans had running water and a sewage system. You could also see that the complex of rooms could be very confusing ...