Victory Inn

20 Trias, Athens, Attica, 112 57, Greece | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Athens

Is It Really Already The Last Day?

A travel blog entry by joshua.anoff

... this, we quickly got back on the bus and made our way back to Athens. The Acropolis There is not much to say about the Acropolis other than it was absolutely amazing. We climbed up to the top, stopping periodically to talk about the surrounding area and to look at the architecture on our way up. Once at the top, we looked at the architecture of the Parthenon and the Temple of Athena Nike, while Dr. Camp explained everything about how awesome ...


A travel blog entry by oldmanworton

... cages. We could easily have spent a few days drinking I mean beer and gazing out towards the sea and the outlying islands. Ok, this blog entry is getting quite lengthy now. Congratulations and thank you kindly if you made it this far! If you can stomach more of my ramblings, I'll write again soon about our time in sunny London and Nottingham. If nothing interesting happens I'll just add a picture of One Direction so all the teeny boppers read the blog ...


A travel blog entry by sheppa80


... from what we had seen so far in all of the other places in Greece were that the Greek people have pride in the way they live their life, the way they look after others, in their history and in their sporting contributions. It is such a great quality to possess and the residents of this cosmopolitan city of Athens really made sure their individual pride made them live. The country may be on their knees financially, but the pride and the spirit of the Greeks in the capital is as strong as ever before. ...

Greece - Athens

A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo


... Chile.

On our way to the Presidential Residence we passed through the National Garden where we stayed for a while looking at the funny ceremonial movements of the guards watching over the Presidential Residence.

Since it started to be really late we were about to go back to our hotel. But first we passed through the Plaka neighborhood, the one that is full of pedestrian streets. It's said that Athens has the biggest pedestrian paths in Europe.

With respect to ...

Athens to Mykonos

A travel blog entry by biancamack

... and had a few drinks and a few laughs with the tour group. Katie had a bit too much to drink and was wobbling around, pouring her water onto the table instead of into the glass, and managed to get some toilet paper stuck in her knickers which was hanging out, Dan thought it was hilarious. The poor thing, she doesnt normally drink very much and is quite quiet and polite. I think the combo of sun and dehydration made it hit her a bit harder! ...

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