Radisson Blu Park Hotel Athens
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... completely in Greek (Posso costeeve tiropita? Neh, Pahrakhlo!).
We returned to the hotel for afternoon classes.
For dinner we returned to TsiTsi, again enjoying meat platters ( though I am getting a little sick of meat and want some seafood!)
Also we had fantastic desserts of chocolate cake and honey coconut cake. I walked back early to the hotel to get a full nights’ sleep. Tomorrow we have a long hike to the ...
... s it. Now I’m in Tallinn trying to make a brief Travelpod entry for every place I visited in Greece. No small feat, but here’s my attempt - entry number one....
Jan and I had both arrived in Athens before the tour start day, so we each had a chance to explore a bit on our own, and we booked a day trip together to Mycenae and Epidaurus Theatre, also stopping at the Corinthian Canal and a seaside town called Nafpoli. We had a good ...
... a traditional service. Lost, found and lost again in the Plaka and beyond, we eventually worked our way home and by 11:30 and several kilometres later, we called it quits. I was very tired, to say the least.
It was a beautiful sunny Sunday and we decided to followed much of the Athens walking tour set out in our Rick Steves guide book. We started at the Presidential Palace with the almost changing of the guard which was not held because it was Easter. We ...
... choir. I wasn't able to get the titles of the songs, but after talking to the students the first song was from a Greek animated movie and the second was about a mother singing to her son. It was an excellent opportunity to sing at an established institution in Greece, and we were received with amazing hospitality. School staff helped us check and set up the sound, and they provided us with refreshments afterward. It was a great performance to end our tour ...
... downturn is at least good news for us, prices here are at least 50% cheaper than they were in Western Europe. The people we've met are friendly and there's a good vibe despite all the negative local tv reports about riots etc. Last night we headed out and enjoyed good food and beer at a very reasonable price.
I'd suggest you visit, but I dont want you lot pushing the prices up !!!
Today, we 're doing the tourist thing and visiting the sights.
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility