Victory Inn

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

    Athens in one day!

    A travel blog entry by julie.scanlon on Sep 27, 2014

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    We finally walked up the the Acropolis, which was originally constructed in 500 BC. It is quite impressive, but once again mobbed with tourists. From the top you can see how vast Athens is, you can see the port and many different ruins are visible as well. Since most of the remaining ...

    On Board Queen Elizabeth

    A travel blog entry by lorrog on Aug 08, 2014

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    ... where we were served by Alvin, a friendly waiter, “passenger watching” and enjoying the piano player. Some of our fellow passengers are, in my mind, uncouth, not caring about the dress code, dressed at 8pm in shorts, black ankle socks & sandals, I ask you, and quite a few in jeans ,no sense of proper dress or ignorant despite notice every day of the correct evening dress code. If they want to dress in a slovenly manner they should cruise on a Thompson ship ...

    From San Francisco to Greece with Andrew and Back

    A travel blog entry by susanlcnm on Jul 04, 2014

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    ... in early. WEDNESDAY, JULY 9 ================= After breakfast at the hotel, we checked out and headed north in a large comfortable bus, which could have held 50 or more passengers; we are 14 including our guide, so there was plenty of space for everyone. We crossed Central Greece to reach the foot of Mount Olympus, the highest mountain in Greece and the legendary dwelling of the 12 gods in the Greek Pantheon. During this long drive, we passed through plains covered with olive ...

    Athens Through the Ages

    A travel blog entry by karatedude99999 on Jul 04, 2014

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    ... Best of all, like many of Athens's attractions, the museum was free for students of EU Universities. Quite interestingly, rather than focusing on the political or military history of the Byzantine Empire, the museum was very much focused on religion.

    Christians in the Roman Empire faced immense persecution until 313, when Emperor Constantine legalized the religion. Christianity would eventually become the official religion of the Empire, and then ...

    The Parthenon

    A travel blog entry by germann on Jun 13, 2014

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    ... began the climb on a steep path to the 7-acre plateau called the Acropolis. Oh my goodness...where to start explaining about our tour of the Acropolis. So much to take in as we gawked at the real life millennium old structures on the hill. The main temple called the Parthenon is not the only thing up there. To start with, the path winds through 2 "gates" that the citizens of Athens would have passed before making their offerings to ...