Piraeus Theoxenia Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPiraeus Theoxenia Hotel
It is older hotel with far too much furniture for the small rooms. The foyer is all marble and very nice, it is close to both ports and the shopping area. All in all a good location.
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... involved several ramped inclines and several steep steps. But, we didn't find it too difficult. The view from the top was certainly worth the effort required to experience it. From the Parthenon we could see all of surrounding Athens all the way over to Piraeus, which is where our ship was docked for the day. Piraeus is a suburban area outside of Athens right on the outskirts, approx. twenty minutes drive away.
Anna was a very knowledgeable and ...
Walked into Piraeus and took hop on-hop off bus into Athens, attractive route around the coast of Piraeus with some. Attractive harbours and amazing yachts. Initial bus stopped at the base of the Acropolis and we then walked slowly up to the site. Explored on our own as guides very expensive. The site is in poor repair and has long standing scaffolding and works everywhere. Despite this it ...
... his excursions in Amsterdam, Dublin and London and hasn’t had much sleep in any of that travel. Shocking, I know.
We stop at the hostel to drop off Alex’s backpack which he has been living out of for a week, so it is a bit heavy. When he sits on the bed, I know he wants to just stay there. It is already 5:30 and I am thinking he doesn’t have the energy for the Acropolis and we all need to go to bed early. Our plan adjusts once again. We ...
... that must have been there during the powerful times of the ancient Greece people.
Sun 5th: Had good chat to Finnish couple at breakfast at the hotel and learned how challenging is can be for Finnish people to have such a long border with Russia and its constant surveillance.It was interesting to learn about the ‘new rich’ who ...
... founded Greek state. This major effort is continued until today, with the large-scale restoration and supporting of the monuments, which started in the 1970's and is still in progress. The first excavations on the hill were conducted between 1835 and 1837. More systematic work was carried out in 1885-1890 by Panagiotis Kavvadias.
The Parthenon is beyond question the building most closely associated with the city of Athens, a true symbol of ancient Greek culture. It ...