Alassia Hotel

50 Sokratous Str, Athens, Attica, 10431, Greece | 3 star hotel
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Back in Athens

A travel blog entry by ikanbilis

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After the 4 day tour, we were kinda lost to be alone now, on our own. We took a day trip around Athens and had ourselves soaked in the more grounded city life. Athens was unique to us because as much as it is an urban, modern, restless and polluted city, it is at the same time, ancient and slow-moving. I call it the dilemma of being an Athenian. …

The splendour of being in Greece, finally!

A travel blog entry by ikanbilis

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We arrived in Athens in the morning. It was an eventful day. The flight to Doha had taken us 8 hrs and another 5 hrs to Athens. At Qatar, it was my first foray into an Arabic country - my attempts to buy something from the Duty-free shop failed. I had the constant fear that I was too scantily clad. The ladies were swirling past me in full head- …

Finally! We Have Made It To Athens!

A travel blog entry by joshua.anoff

... I'll post some pictures of them later! We finished our tour with a brief visit to the Agora museum which housed many smaller artifacts found on the dig. Performance at a Greek High school After leaving the Agora, we made our way to an Athenian high school for a performance. We arrived, got changed and set up and then we practiced for about a half hour. When the bell rang for the next period for the students, we prepared to sing, but not before we went out into the growing ...

Do they speak McDonalds?

A travel blog entry by jammin

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... a short walk to the Theatre of Dionysos, at the base of the acropolis. During the fifth century bc it was the stage for the great Greek playwrights such as Euripides, Sophocles and Aristophones. Given that I had taught Sophocles this year, it was incredible to sit in the theatre, in the bright sunlight, and imagine his plays being staged over two thousand years ago.

Just across the road is the must incredible contemporary building I have ...

Acropolis and Temple of Zeus

A travel blog entry by kristoffero

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... and I was accompanied by hundreds of other tourist, school trips and partas of the museum being cordoned off due to restoration works taken place.

Not too far from the Acropolis is the ancient gathering place (agora) of Athens. Once the center of the city, where commerce and political activities took place. While I was at the Acropolis, I could see this wide open field with a concentration of tall pillars which turned out to be the Temple of ...

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This 3 star hotel, located in the Omonia Square area of Athens, is near Mt. Lycabettus (Likavitos), Ancient Olympia (Archaia Olympia), Parliament Building (Vouli), and Kolonaki.
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