Piraeus Dream City Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Non-smoking hotel
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This morning as we exited the port in Piraeus, we were met by our tour guide Anna and our driver. It was refreshing to enter a mini bus with the fully functioning air conditioning, as we were not nearly as comfortable in Ephesus yesterday in our stuffy van.
Our first stop of the morning was the Acropolis which can be seen from almost everywhere in Athens. After a long and winding road to the entrance, we disembarked the bus and followed Anna to purchase our tickets. ...
... the corner. A great sight. The best sight of the day, in fact.
Now knowing we were not going to be able to get to Aegina we decided to have Alex do the Acropolis and some of the sights with us. Off to the Metro we go. We decide to get off at a stop near Alex’s favorite square, Minastraki, and walk the rest of the way back so we can see more of Athens. We walk through parts of the Plaka and toward the Acropolis. Alex is fading fast. He has joined ...
... with her card all night. We went to a piano lounge and the casino and then finally made it to the disco, along with the single older Iran/American man, and a newlywed couple from New York. The older single man also had the unlimited drink package so he continued to get Matt drinks all night. We had a fun time dancing, and getting free drinks all night. This is the reason why you always want to befriend the people on the cruise with the unlimited drink ...
... earlier ones: the Parthenon, the Erechtheion, and the Temple of Nike, dedicated to Athena Parthenos, Athena Polias, and Athena-Apteros Nike, respectively. The monuments on the Acropolis reflect the successive phases of the city's history. Some of them were converted into Christian churches, houses of the Franks and later on, of the Turks. After the liberation of Athens from the Turks, the protection, restoration and conservation of the monuments was one of the first tasks of ...
Our first Mediterranean stop, the port of Piraeus which is the gateway to Athens and all the treasures it holds. It is a relatively short stop today and for a lot of yesterday we debated whether to get a taste of Athens, or stay in Piraeus and look around. The need for the internet is quite pressing now, this is the longest we have been away from cyberspace in years!
We get out on the top deck and take in the sight that is Piraeus and decide we are going to stay here. The sun ...