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- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... down every side street, covering every last inch of space on the roads, sidewalks, steps, etc. and every time we looked out, there were more people coming into the square from the metro. The scene was like a big party with a huge stage set up that bands and singers performed on, to the absolute delight of the people. Once the Prime Minister took the stage the thunderous claps and chanting of OXI (oh-chee) was so deafening we could hardly hear each ...
... and be no longer used was rather sad.
We then got back on the metro and headed back into the city centre, where we spent the afternoon flitting between coffee shops, and tourist shops looking at all the various goodies on offer.
We then went for a delicious dinner on the roof of a restaurant which gave us beautiful views of the Acropolis all lit up. Then took a lovely walk back to the hotel, and even managed to squeeze in an ice cream.
... away and reminded us of our journey through Greece. There was a lot of fossicking through purses and hunts for envelopes amongst the travellers as we gathered together our tips for Maria who has been a mine of information from go to woe. We were very lucky to have her as a guide and mentor.
It was our last night together (supposedly) and we went out for a meal in Psiri - an area of Athens that ...
... the first ever Academy of learning. Spend some time wandering the Plaka (the old district of Athens) which is designed for tourists shopping, and you can't help but stumble over another Grecian archeological dig where they thought they'd build some shops but hit ancient ruins instead. Stand on the Acropolis and overview Athens = ...
I got up this morning at 7.30am. I showered, dressed and went downstairs to breakfast – very fresh fruit on offer here. After eating i went back to the room, got ready for the day, then went downstairs where we meet up and walked over to the coach to begin our guided tour of the city with a local guide.
First stop was the acropolis. We got dropped at the coach parking, walked up to the ticket entrance and then the path started to get steeper. We ...