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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Phidias Hotel Piraeus
Travel Blogs from Piraeus
... Greek lunch at a neighbourhood taverna (cannelloni and moussaka was my favourite). With full bellies we were dropped off at the Plaka, a shopping and restaurant district near the Acropolis. We found an eclectic shop that we loved and bought a cute illustrated book titled: The Misunderstood Monsters of Greek Mythology. We stopped for a Greek coffee (which was a bit too strong even for Alex!) before catching a taxi back to the ship - we got lucky with ...
... rubble in Chch, don't need to see anymore". "Yes but this is ancient rubble" My brother & his wife wanted to do their own thing. The acropolis had a temple named after me "temple of nikey" woohoo The lunch was delicious today. It was a traditional Greek lunch. Had the best baklava I've ever had. Little rolls of goodness & nice & ...
... that and at 30 deg c. you didnt want to be out in that and so sat in an open coffee shop and drank coffee. They were very strong coffees. the Greeks like strong coffee. At 3.30 I was shaking like a rapist and Grant was also jittery. It then dawned on me that we'd totally overdone it on the coffee. We felt wired and were getting dizzy from watching the traffic. We then had to go to a crowded bus stop to get our shuttle bus. it never showed. So I dice with death ...
... somewhere from this great temple. A few 15 minutes at the Temple and my conversation with Zeus later (no seriously, it may have been a monologue, but I told him what I wanted to. We discussed politics, religion, women and wars), I was on my way to my last stop of the day before I ran to bed, the Panthenaic Olympic Stadium.
The following are some of the pictures I took during this trip. They include the Temple ...
... I asked and was informed that we had gone off course completely and were now even further away than when we started.
After gaining directions we again sussed out the area in which we stood. Now the only things that could attack us in this vicinity were the nice shop owner who had gone out of her way to give us directions, a couple of dogs that seemed more content sniffing each other’s *****, and a group of ...