Rosy's Little Village

Skliri 1, Agistri, Saronic Gulf Islands, 18010, Greece | Hotel
Prices starting from $82.00
 

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Day 4- Athens, Greece

A travel blog entry by gla29adventures

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... the Parthenon project will be finished before my dirty house project.

We also saw the Temple of Olympian Zeus, the Theater of Dionysus and visited the Acropolis Museum. I had to “hard sell” Jason on the Acropolis Museum by telling him it was completely air conditioned. We were in there for about 20 minutes (enough time to use the free bathroom) before Jason said, “Well…are you ready? If ...

One of the Oldest Cities in the World...

A travel blog entry by abarnes

321

... from 161 to 180 A.D., bestowed Athens with four chairs of philosophy, creating the world's first university.


References:
"A Guide to Biblical Sites in Greece and Turkey" Clyde E. Fant & Mitchell G. Reddish
http://www.visitgreece.gr/en/main_citie s/athens
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Athina

A travel blog entry by graceandgary

5

... gave us time to marvel at the driving ability (or lack of) of the populace, as well as the huge number of cats and the seeming chaotic way of life here. On the way to the Acropolis we stumbled across the butchers market, I think we were the only tourists there. Needless to say Grace was not impressed, but we wondered how Jack would have found it! I think we would have had to leave him there. After ...

The "Le Grand Balcon" - St.George Lycab. Hotel

A travel blog entry by greekcypriot

17

... br>
Just before the main course we had the Sorbet lemon to balance the taste.

I tried the “lavraki” with spinach out of curiosity and although I am not that fond of this fish yet I loved the idea of the spinach beside it. The ingredients and freshness of the dish made me consider cooking it at home as well. It was another amazing dish to consider.

My husband had the Organic chicken legs with fresh herbs with merlot wine sauce. It was simply ...

How to see a billion things in one day - Athens

A travel blog entry by kehoesonatrain

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... there. We stopped at a placed called Gazi College which was designed like a study hall in a university, a place called "The Tramp" which based on the posters, was accurately named, and finally a place called, MishMash that was you guessed it random selections of food and drinks with no coherent order on the menu.

Any person who wants to fit a lot in to a single day will have great success in Athens. What to do after that day? I would head to the ...

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