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- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... you can pay for a guide tour of the rest of the building. We decided to skip the tour and just pay to climb to the bell tower attached to the cathedral. We had an exhausting, kind of scary, winding staircase of 207 steps to the top. The view was pretty amazing and was absolutely worth the climb. We then grabbed a gelato and headed back to collect our rides. It was then onto the science complex which was probably a 5km ride. This whole place was insane. ...
I woke up to a beautiful sunrise and I got ready because I was starving so I went to go eat Abovo Restaurant. I ate as fast as I could because I was really excited to go and visit Mount Lycabettus. It's a really nice place and it's very peaceful there. I loved my visit there and I won't ever forget it. I left very tired from there so I headed straight ...
... dog, and another. After only 3 minutes of walking down the street we had accumulated a pack of seven dogs. Yes seven, all of which were nice and were just happy to walk with us. No begging or barking, just walking, as if they wanted to hear all of the interesting facts about the city too. And does our Professor know some stuff. He can point to what would seem any feature of the city and talk for over 5 minutes just about one stone! I enjoy his quirkiness though. ...
... were an attempt to avoid attack from pirates. We took a taxi to our hotel from the harbor. The taxi driver told a very sad tale of losing 3 businesses. He blames his government. He loves his country but hates his government. The next day we chatted with a friendly Greek librarian who was born in Ottawa but raised in Greece. He believes that such people as our taxi driver do not take responsibility for their country. These ...
Our drive continues around the end of the Greece and on to Athens. As we get closer we pass small suburbs and commuter areas. And then into Athens. Our first stop is at the Panathenaic Stadium located on the site of an ancient stadium that for many centuries hosted the Olympic games. These games were mainly track events where the athletes competed in the nude. These games were held in peace which is why the symbols of peace are still used in many of the Olympic logos containing ...