Piraeus Dream City Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- 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.
... Karl was almost a complete failure but the judges (the HAL orchestra) gave him the higher score, so he "won" the honor of staying onstage and becoming Jonathan's assistant complete with a blue sequin jacket. All told, Karl was probably onstage for 15 to 20 minutes -- and did everything from holding a carrot in his mouth to supporting Jonathan while he moved around the stage on his unicycle. While it was really funny, it was pretty physical and I was a ...
A lunch time arrival time into the Port for Athens meant a relaxing morning on the ship - breakfast, gym, reading books etc - what a life on a cruise ship. It was fab to sit on our balcony and see the sun shining on the hills and some ruins as we cruised in. We got a very cranky taxi driver to take us into the Acropolis. He wanted to take us on a 4 hour tour around the city for €80 but when we declined he wouldn't talk to ...
... with whole block of feta on top. It was devine!
The following day was really productive. We organised our flights from Europe to South America, which will make up the second part of our big adventure, and following that, headed to the Brazilian embassy to start the ball rolling with our application for our visa to visit Brazil! We had done all the paperwork and lodged our application online so we headed to the consulate to see what ...
... instructed metro station and then we actually had to find the Australian Embassy. It’s difficult in Greece because we can’t read their writing. We haven’t been able to read any countries writing in Europe but Greek have a different alphabet so we can't even pronounce it. After asking about 4 people, we found it. Of course, we were an hour early so we had a bit of breaky at the Starbucks next door. We met 3 other girls while who were waiting for the Embassy to ...