Radisson Blu Park Hotel Athens
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... family and friends, while I tried to find a Greek island suitable for a birthday and our schedule. Eventually we got going and headed to the stadium of the first modern Olympics, past their parliament house, museums and headed up to the highest point of Athens. Going up the hill, we became aware of just how hot it still was. Bec suffered under the sun while I shed my long sleeve shirt so Bec could be shielded from the sun, but really it was to work ...
... arranged by our travel agent).
Our driver took us to the departure point of the tour group we'd spend the first half of our day with. We waited in their office for 45 minutes until our tour bus arrived. We picked up one more couple, and their baby, then set off for a tour of Athens. We drove by all of the important features of the city: the university, the location of the first modern Olympic games, Parliament and the tomb of the ...
Yasas from Greece! Thanks for checking in and reading my first entry. You can thank my roommate from college, Erica, for the incredibly clever name of this blog. I guarantee it's better than anything I would have come up with, so I hope you enjoy it.
This past Thursday, I made it to Greece and I have since successfully survived my first four days here! This first entry will be longer than future ones, as I hope to update this more regularly. ...
... although my suspicions were raised by the very big mirror place on the wall opposite the bed. The mirror was wider than the bed, well over 2meters, and about the same in height. Hmmm. If your in town and in to such things, may I suggest you book room 115, although I have the distinct impression that all of the rooms a such equipped – especially from noises I heard from the corridor.
... of Athens our first day - but we did not see or hear anything?!? It's a big city but we were right downtown where the demonstrations would have taken place! There was a smalll group of older men shouting something happily, but that was no where near a riot! case in point of my believe that the news exaggerates things and is a bunch of fear mongering :( There is a lot of graffiti in Athens - probably the most I have ever seen in a city I have visited! :( ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center