Radisson Blu Park Hotel Athens
Travel Blogs from Athens
... Watching scared ostriches run is hilarious and it’s the highlight of the day. Although seeing a leopard walk by is also exciting. SERENGETI NATIONAL PARK, TANZANIA It takes all day to drive to the Serengeti. We leave early and drive over the rift valley. The weather changes as we change landscape. We’ve had clouds and rain so far (but not during the game drives) and we’re in the clouds when we cross the rift valley and the Ngorongoro crater. Down on the overside, the ...
... read greek letters after about 3 hours of sleep from the night before in the airport. Luckily, while going through customs we found two American girls who were on holiday from studying in England. We navigated our way through the subway system until we had to part ways. When we emerged from the metro, we realized no street signs matched our English directions. We wondered around looking for a hotel, but time and again they would be booked or ...
... things. This part of Athens has the need to be excavated because of the rich history of the ancient Greeks. We arrived at the Agora greeted by Dr. Camp, and he began the tour of what we needed to see of the excavation and what had been collected from the excavation. He took us down to the bottom layer of where they have excavated and explained what the different marble pieces meant in the set up of the Agora. His insight on the Agora and what it was like in ...
... drink order before anyone even got to me. Finally, they take my order and bring me my Pepsi. Well, now I have my drink and put in my order, I couldn't really walk out, but damn, I was cold! So, I moved myself inside, 20 minutes later finally got my chicken on a stick. Then, once I was done, no one would bring me the bill! If I'd had cash, I would have slapped it down and walked out, but unfortunately, I also thought I would run across an ATM in ...
... cooked by our guide Stravissa. We chopped wood for the stove in the tiny, rough shepherd's hut and ate by candlelight!
Beli - the joys of improvising excellent meals from a few tasty local ingredients. You just need a bit of ingenuity, the trusty old Swiss Army knife and a jug of home made Dalmatian wine.
Split - MacroVega. Hard to find but so worth getting out of Old Town and off the Riva. Fresh and tasty food.
Dubrovnik - ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility