Remvi Hotel

Address: 284 Patision, Athens, Attica, 112 55, Greece | Hotel
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    Viv's Story: Mediterranean Cruise: Day 5

    A travel blog entry by knudsentrips on Jun 18, 2015

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    ... theater, Chantel even said that she has watched one there! We also saw the ancient city around it, it was impressive even though there wasn't a whole lot left of it. We hiked up to the top and when we got there we took a handstand picture, then we were told that we couldn't take any silly pictures there. I felt bad at the time, but the picture turned out really cool, so I'm not sorry for taking it. We checked out the temples on top, they were really ...

    Athena Termina and Europe Blog Epilogue

    A travel blog entry by tyesteinbach on Jun 03, 2015

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    ... shop-lined pedestrian streets of the Plaka neighborhood, visited the lovely, sprawling National Gardens begun in 1839 (only the 19th century, right?), took in the shops on Ermou Street and in Monastiraki, and generally wandered (or ran in Joan's case) around central Athens. And we had three great dinners. Thankfully the central Athens "Inflation Index" for hotels didn't extend to restaurants. We ate very well and equally affordably in traditional ...

    The Final Chapter

    A travel blog entry by youngodyssey on Apr 30, 2015

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    ANZAC DAY We were supposed to be anchored off an island opposite ANZAC Cove but there we were, still anchored in the same spot in the middle of the Dardanelles. Not that it hadn't been interesting with the passing parade of commercial and naval vessels, although all commercial traffic seemed to have been stopped for 24 hours. The Turkish authorities have made things very difficult with constant changes of plan but their plan for us now seemed quite simple - stay put. At 5.30 am ...


    A travel blog entry by modernoddyseus on Oct 21, 2014

    ... from the place where one obtained it." - a Miguel de Cervantes character *

    "Purity and virtue are adornments of the soul, without which the body, even though it may be so, shouldn't be considered beautiful. And so, if virginity is one of the virtues that most beautifies the body and soul, why should she who is loved for her beauty lose this, just to feed the intentions of he who, to serve his selfish desires, uses all his forces and industry so that ...

    The big time

    A travel blog entry by jasonandjamie on Sep 21, 2014

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    ... in 1896!) we saw since it has been so completely restored for the 2004 Athens Olympics where they used it for the torch ceremony and the marathon. We sat on the marble thrones and climbed super steep steps to the very top. Where the stadium once held around 80,000 it now can comfortably seat around 45,000. It had a pretty good audio guide to take you around the site and explain its history, and there was also an Olympic torch museum that had replicas of all of the ...