Radisson Blu Park Hotel Athens
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... is in ruins.
Next we climbed the 80 steps to the Acropolis. The Acropolis is actually the whole site. We walked through the gateway called Propylaes, on top of the hill is the Parthenon the Erectheum. The Erectheum is a sacred site where it was decided that Athena would rule the city. This ruin had 6 statues of girls in the front. These statues have been replaced with plaster replicas and the originals are in the museum. Some of ...
... made from precious stones and gold! Some of that stuff I would wear today! It was magnificent. I couldn't take my eyes away from its beauty. I was, and still am, enthralled by such precious artwork.
The other exciting thing today was that I found a Greek supermarket. I bought some stuff with only 3-5 Greek words at my disposal. I am learning more Greek each day and I am beginning to get more confident finding my way around. Do you know it is the first country I have ...
... at home.
AMBIENCE: The entrance is small, but you feel a relaxed and pleasant atmosphere the moment you step in. Due to the festive season the lobby was beautifully decorated. There are several spots to unwind both on the ground floor by the small bar, as well as up on the terrace.
LOBBY BAR: Guests can enjoy their beverage or cocktail and unwind in the relaxing and most inviting superb lobby lounge. Modern and comfortable ...
... was from, when I replied "England" he asked "do you know anyone that can bring our marbles back?". After our little chat and giggle we headed home.
Again we woke up really early. Nikos Phaedra & I headed in to Athens. Nikos left us to complete his visa application and Phaedra ...
... history of the place such as the ancient Olympic Games and stadiums. I think a school group would enjoy seeing some of the ancient artefacts and learning about the ancient world. The museum isn't old and boring, it provides an interesting atmosphere to educate people.
I left the museum at 12 pm and decided to find myself some lunch, I asked around with a few of the locals and found out that there is a nice restaurant not far ...