Theoxenia Palace Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... ruins of old Athina. A magnificent building with glass floors over the excavations so you can clearly see the continuing works and the glass floors are also in the floors above so that you see below!! Quite a strange floating experience. The top floor with its walls of glass looks across to the Acropolis! So beautiful! Home for a G&T and out for a calamari and Greek salad dinner. Tomorrow we fly to ...
... so we decided to stretch our legs with a stroll around the neighbor. It was very successful and included a trip to to both the grocery store where we got some food including some Greek cheeses, and a trip to a bakery where we got some more treats including baklava, and all those things for under €10. The rest of the night just saw us relaxing on our balcony(!!!!) playing cards and enjoying our spoils. Until next time, love to you all - ...
... checked in and headed to our room next door. We thought that we were walking into a jail cell because it was so scary and just not a place anyone really wanted to go into. We were only staying there one night and then Denice was suppose to come and we were thinking we would be in the other nicer looking building. We threw our stuff in the room and headed for some food because we were starving. We found a bunch of restaurants in the square, picked one and sat ...
... the meals were huge and we could barely finish the one. We arrived at the office and immediately had to begin our training. There were 6 in our group and training was done individually. After we had all passed our practical tests we were off through the city on the pedestrian paths. Our first challenge - avoid walkers, stay on a single file line and then we needed to cross the roads in front of cars. We soon mastered the beasts and it was really fun. The sights and ...
... the Acropolis, you walk by the Odeon of ?? Which is still used today for concerts. Further down you pass the Theater of Dionysis which was an open air bowl type theater with 15 thousand people capacity. There used to be an entire theater house behind the stage which evidently was rebuilt several times over the centuries. You can see parts of several foundations.
After a quick refresher with water and an apple, we set out for the ...