- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... headed out of town along the freeway for about an hour to Corinthos. A stop for coffee and we walked over the Corinthos Canal which was completed in 1893 and is 6.4 Kms long and 21.4mts wide at its base and it's walls are 90mts high. I remember this from my 1977 trip and it has not lost its impact. A fantastic piece of engineering, even though it is almost obsolete for all but tourist traffic now due to its ...
... love Greeks. When we arrived our host, Jadwega, greeted us and immediately offered to make us coffee, our choice of either Greek or French. We chose Greek and then she surprised us by making us breakfast, complete with tea in addition to the coffee, fresh bread, fresh tomatoes, fresh cucumbers, fresh pitted olives all sprinkled with olive oil, salt and pepper, and cut up garlic, and grapes, it was simply heavenly. She showed us where everything ...
... at the base of the Acropolis. Dinner was very good but you have to be careful here where the bring things like bread or bottled water and charge you for them even if you did not ask/want them. My Souvlaki was very good and so was the Sangria! We made it home by 10pm just when the rest of Athens was heading out on the town. Our hotel was a bit off the beaten path in a more neighborhood type area but we negotiated it fine. When we got in our room, we crashed and crashed ...
... from here. Made it back to hotel at 2sh walked into shower and siesta till 5.30, got dressed and went out for dinner - at Thanassis (same name as the Oakleigh one) and had a lovely dinner then waddled up ermou st towards the Hellenic Parliment and Constitution square, had photo with the guard and at 8.00pm we watched the changing of the guard and then back to hotel as early start tomorrow pick up at 6.30am for ferry ride to ...
... probably be there for many more years. Workers were busy grinding stone and working on various parts of the structures the entire time we were there.
All that activity doesn't take away from the other structures on the Acropolis or the Parthenon. It's so huge it's hard to understand how it was built and the intelligence it took to put it together. Walking around the entire site there are ruins of Roman era statues as well ...