Plaza Vouliagmeni Strand Hotel

Address: 14 Litous St, Athens, Attica, 16671, Greece | 3 star hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Athens

    Viv's Story: Mediterranean Cruise: Day 5

    A travel blog entry by knudsentrips on Jun 18, 2015

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    Today started early, we wanted to avoid the heat as much as possible. We ate breakfast, I ate the same thing as always; a hash brown patty, a hard boiled egg, some pastries, a bite of bacon, pineapple and cantaloupe. Then we got off the boat at 7:30 am. We walked through the deserted terminal to meet our guide. My mom booked a guide on a website called "Tours by Locals" which was basically a website designed to help you find a guide that was also a local in ...

    Athena Termina and Europe Blog Epilogue

    A travel blog entry by tyesteinbach on Jun 03, 2015

    15 photos

    ... Hadron's Arch, Hadron's Library, and the Temple of Olympian Zeus. Did I miss something? Maybe. In any case the big draw is the Acropolis, complete with the Parthenon, which currently has loads of scaffolding (and tourists) around it, as restoration proceeds into the foreseeable future. This is the zenith of architecture from the Golden Age of Athens (let's call it the 500-300 BC, though some specify it as 480-404 BC). It was the time of Socrates and Plato ...

    Athens arrival!

    A travel blog entry by villeneuves on Apr 30, 2015

    7 photos

    ... leaving the airport we made our way to the metro station to take the train into the city.  Most of the signs are in greek as well as the subway maps so it was a bit confusing trying to sort out which train to take an what stop to get off.  Luckily we bumped into a couple from Dallas who were also backpacking and heading to the same location so we were able to all figure it out as a group.  Strangers have also been very helpful in translating some of the signs for ...


    A travel blog entry by modernoddyseus on Oct 21, 2014

    ... have." - Pythagoras, when asked when a man should have sex with a woman

    "Life without brahmacharya appears to me to be insipid and animal-like. The brute by nature knows no self-restraint. Man is man because he is capable of, and only in so far as he exercises, self-restraint." - Gandhi

    "And let no man be guilty, after this, Dec. 9 1954, of causing birth.--Let there be an end to birth, an end to life, and therefore an end to death. Let there be no ...

    The big time

    A travel blog entry by jasonandjamie on Sep 21, 2014

    136 photos

    ... in Athens.

    The Temple of Olympian Zeus was pretty cool just because of its sheer size. We walked in and took a seat in the shade to recover before heading further east to the stadium. We had a slight annoyance in that the hostel guy had told us the multi ticket we bought would cover the stadium but it didn't, but didn't cost too much so not the end of the world. The Stadium was really cool and one of the highlights of the old stuff (from first modern ...