Petit Village Hotel
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... over ancient ruins. The lower floors are made of glass so that what lay beneath can still be viewed.
We wound our way back down the slippery marble steps and slopes - although removing my shoes for a better grip was not appreciated by one of the many guards stationed on route. Yup ....I put them back on quick smart! Then a short walk away, we went to see a little church that had been constructed out of recycled materials from ...
... tour went throughout the whole city making little stops at some of the historical sites such as temple of Olympian Zeus and also the Temple of Athena Nike. On this tour I gained some information about some of the Greek gods and the history of the landmarks they took us to, which was pretty sick! I myself am really into history so I was really fascinated about the stories of ancient Greece and all the great fights fought in this very city. This would be superb for ...
... of different budgets. All rooms are air conditioned, equipped with a small fridge and TV sets. Make sure which room fits your demands and budget and book accordingly. Mind you, there are special offers and unbelievable packages so if you come across such don’t hesitate to call and book. It is advisable however to make a deposit even if you are a repeater or if you know the person behind the booking well, only to avoid unpleasant misunderstandings upon arrival.
... long trade journeys.
Kelsey and I went to the Supermarket after class to stock up on the delicious Orange juice native to Glyfada. We also bought olive oil shampoos and conditioners to try to develop some shiny Grecian hair.
Lunch was in the hotel and was Greek lemon meatballs, spanakopita, broccoli and Greek salad. We then boarded the tram in late afternoon to travel to Mount Lycabettus, the highest point of Athens. It is a limestone hill and has a 1,000(ish) ...
... Besides that, the museum was awesome as it displayed several things from the Bronze Age.
We finally ended the day at Dr. Camp house. He bought everyone pizza and beer for the drinkers. This gave us an opportunity to reminisce about the trip and start to relax. We could also take the subway in Athens which was fun. We also sang happy birthday to Dr. Ryder as he turned 21 again which is rather impressive. Great way to end the ...
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