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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Phidias Hotel Piraeus
Travel Blogs from Piraeus
... by the government, but don't get much at all... We went on a tour yesterday to see the Ephesus, and the statue of the Virgin Mary... It is amazing how religious Turkey and Greece are, and how Greece is suffering! So many buildings in Piraeus that are half completed and how much they rely on Tourism. It only again reaffirms how lucky we are, Greece is not happy with the amount of refugees ...
... stories about the Greek goddess Athena. Once at the top we had free time to marvel at the view, admire examples of classical Grecian architecture and appreciate one of the world's greatest cultural monuments the Parthenon, a huge temple dedicated to the ancient Greek goddess Athena. The weather has been beautiful and besides not being able to move at the top of the plateau, it was sensational. The decline down was a slow process and we witnessed a few people falling ...
... for selection is that you must be over 6'3. The second criteria is that you must look good in a skirt and Pom Pom decorated shoes! Whilst I am being flippant, the ceremony was great to watch, including the interesting goose step where their leg would be swung up to hip height and then brought back down to scrape along the ground. The girls had a photo taken with the guards, although when Montana stood on the left side of the Guard, a loud whistle blew and the Guard ...
... for the next stop of the Acropolis. We walked through some pedestrian marble streets where we had our first and possibly last Greek coffee and through to the Acropolis precinct. There are 2 theatres and some relics from chapels. In the first theatre Richard was doing his best Hercules impression for a photo. We are constantly amused by the poses that we see people strike for photos. The Greek and Italian girls have all the moves. Richard was copying a new pose we had ...
... they avoid a fine, they get away with paying far less money out for parking.
As stated earlier, Greece was occupied by Romans for approximately 400 years, as well as by Turkey for a considerable amount of time. In addition to that, during the Second World War, they had approximately one in four of their population killed. They have had it pretty tough down through the centuries. They are however a very proud race and ...