Theoxenia Palace Hotel
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- Free parking
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... use, the Parthenon itself, the 6 statues ladies supporting the smaller temple and the view! We also had a quick look through the ancient agora on our way to dinner. We had only had a light pizza thing for a snack before when we were shopping and it was our last night so we wanted a feast. We may have over done it. I had mushroom bruschetta for entree, we shared a Greek pizza and we all had moussaka for main. I could hardly walk afterwards! I did however find the energy ...
... Orchestra Alice: Today we went to the Acropolis, I think we chose the hottest day to explore it. After waiting in line for tickets we finally entered the Acropolis. From the entry point it didn't take us long to find the Theater of Dionysus, in ancient Athens this is where the City Dionysia took place. Much of the theater was destroyed but you could still tell what an impressive theater it was. We climbed up the hill and found the theater of Odeon Herodicus Atticus where ...
... amp; came out with my first purchase of... SHOES! Haha they are some nice sandals, guessing Mel will steal them when I get back as they have an owl broach on it which I know she will like. I then walked back to my original hotel to collect my suitcase, but sat down for a few mins to still take advantage of the free wifi as I'm not sure I'll have free wifi tonight.. Then I jumped in a cab & went to the hotel where I am staying with ...
... we went for a walk to shake off the flight. Wandered through the Plaka up and down little streets awash with tourists and locals alike. Our plan was to find somewhere to have dinner later in the day. As it was Sunday, there were people everywhere. We even saw our first protest march. We were a little concerned as we thought the march might be politically motivated but felt much better when Greg was told by a local that the protesters were demanding that more shops needed to stay ...
... promised the two boys that we'd go out for an ouzo with them if they met us at our hotel. We quickly freshened up and wandered outside. We weren't too particularly interested in meeting up with these pesteringly political boys, but it seemed like the thing you're 'supposed to do' while travelling - meet new people. We didn't hang around long and instead found some food. It was midnight on a Sunday and the busses and bars were full. I've never seen anything like ...