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Hotel is nice, great price and within waling distance of major sights. Staff is also friendly and included breakfast is good. Reviews state that this hotel was in a bad area but we never had any issues or felt uneasy.
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Today was really spent traveling. We had to catch the shuttle to the airport at 5:30am for a 9:30 flight. We managed to get to the airport without dying on the car ride over, Istanbul is not the place to drive. The airport was huge with tons of security, one scan upon arrival and one when you are going to the gate. When we checked …
... THE OVERALL IMPRESSION: The hotel has the whole package: location, excellent service, pleasant environment, the most spectacular view of the Acropolis, and professional staff. Whether you are in Athens for holidays, a business trip, or just a weekend to unwind and do your shopping don’t hesitate. Book here and leave the rest to the people in charge. You will feel spoilt and like me you will want to return. Thank you guys for making my stay a pleasant ...
... What a trooper. That night in Athens, I was sure to keep her up until about 11:30 PM, which any frequent international flyer would know, is the only way to beat jet lag. Although the weather was far from ideal, we dressed accoordingly in our typical-American-Northface-raincoat-get up, and wandered our way through the streets of Athens. We finally found a street with marble flooring and lined ...
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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 ...
... that had been woven over the entire year by Athenian virgins. This also was the place that the great philosophers walked and taught, Socrates, Plato and others. Even Paul preached the gospel of Christ here on Mars Hill overlooking the Agora. Everywhere we look, there is a wall, a column, a statue or a block that was part of an ancient history we could only try to imagine. We wandered for nearly an hour and a half, reading signs and trying to imagine what the ...