Piraeus Dream City Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Babysitting service
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Arrived in Athens and took aBus to the port of Piraeus. Took around an hour and a half, got the Friday afternoon traffic. Got to our hotel and explored a bit. Went to our hotel for Dinner, we were all lights out by 9 as the travel from Koh Samui took its toll along with the 5 hour time difference. Up early as we have a 07h25 ferry journey of 5 hours to Naxos where we will be spending a week.
... works have been destroyed or stolen. According to the guide, the Greek government hopes to have the Elgin Marbles, stolen by the Brits in the 1800s, returned to their rightful owners now that a facility capable of preserving them, has been constructed. Doc Campbell was a strong proponent of the return of the marbles to their rightful owners.
The top floor of the museum is a ...
... like it. It took about 5 minutes to submerge completely. We were told that it goes down 10 meters (which makes sense since the canal is 8.4 meters deep and the bridge was above the water when it started its descent). When the bridge was fully submerged, the waiting boat passed through and then the bridge was raised. It was awesome to have seen it. Alex told us that it has only happened when he had a group here about 10 times in his entire career, so we were very ...
... The people we have met have been very friendly. We can't wait to see the acropolis tomorrow. One exciting thing did happen today- we fly with Emirates home, and we have a four hour flight to Dubai, followed by a 12 hour layover and then a painful 18hour flight. Nic read we may qualify for a free hotel and emailed the travel agent- and we do! So a free hotel, meal and transfers is coming our way! Makes this whole Stopover business a lot more manageable ...
... ruins. Which turned out to be only one block away. We can't get over the fact that everywhere you go in Athens has Ancient Greek walls and ruins. We spent the morning wandering all over the site. We saw two huge temples and couldn't believe we could actually touch the marble statues. We went into an Ancient Greek church with beautiful frescos painted on the walls. See photos below. We had ...