Radisson Blu Park Hotel Athens
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... was much more to see. Plaka is famous as a shopping district with nice restaurants and marbled sidewalks. We made our way back to the hotel and up to the roof top bar for sunset views of the Acropolis with cocktails in hand. It appeared that almost every building had a rooftop terrace for this purpose. Afterwards it was dinner time. We found an Italian restaurant for dinner and shared a pasta dish the size of the Acropolis hill. It was ridiculous how much food was ...
... outdoor air conditioning units. It was OK. My lamb was good, but Sue had the tuna salad and it was just some lettuces, with 4 slices of tomato and some canned tuna. The beer was nice and cold.
Back to the room at 8:00 PM so we can get a good night sleep.
We need to change the hotels at noon tomorrow where we will meet the rest of the people on the tour.
Happy fourth of July! Today was our last day in Greece. We explored more museums and archeological sites. We even visited the site of the first modern olympic games. Then we had a delicious last dinner and finished up with a walk around the Parthenon and crepes for dessert.
The first picture I attached is of me in front of the Caryatids, six female statues that hold up one of the temples on the acropolis. They moved the statues into the acropolis museum ...
... instead of rainy, which was great..it's supposed to rain today. I could not believe we were at THE Parthenon! I've seen pictures, movies...but I never ever imagined that I would be here, right in front of it.
From a spiritual perspective, for me, it was really special to be in places like Turkey and Athens Greece and then read about the Apostle Paul's travels and preaching here. The Dionysis Theatre was beautiful. I could not believe ...
... consisted of 4 beers, spritz and a bottle of proseco, the went to Strofi Restaurant which overlooked the Acropolis, started with bread dipped in water with crumbled feta, zucchini balls, grilled haloumi, stuffed vine leaves, main we had rolled lamb with feta and a slow cooked veal stew, finished with ouzo ...