Art Gallery Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsArt Gallery Hotel Athens
Wireless didn't work, and after changing rooms, I was able to get a cable with to plug in. Staff was helpful and friendly. Rooms are not the cleanest but will do. The area is noisy so don't expect a lot of quiet.
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... sleep in a room of people you don’t know. But even for our private rooms for three people, the price was more than reasonable and the room was decent.
The final night Jeff and I moved into a private room for two and it was just like a hotel room and in fact it was a nice stay. Large and clean and about $66.00 for the night. I would definitely stay there again or recommend it to someone looking for a place to stay.
We moved our luggage, emptied ...
... through it. It eventually linked up with a whole load of cafes just off the road that rings the Acropolis and was filled with people so happily sat down and ordered some much needed (again) drinks. Jason found some more of the local beers and I had an amazing fresh squeezed orange juice to go with our haloumi in pita lunch. It was the beginning of a great drinks game that day. We watched the world go by for a while and then strolled back down to the Roman Agora, which ...
... from the port, the Captain must have put on a few extra turns on the screw because the ship did get a significant left/right rocking that sent more than few plates flying in the galley while we were having dinner. I looked over the side of the ship to get some photos and the ship “Costa Magica” was right up our clacker on departure – so I think our Captain missed his sailing time and had to do some smart footwork to beat his opposite out of the harbor ...
Slept till 11 since I knew the first group wasn't going to arrive until after noon anyways. Took my time packing my stuff up and then headed downstairs to check out. Spent maybe 20 minutes on the computers they had before the first group started to arrive. Everyone who had just arrived was starving since they had spent the whole day flying so a group of us headed out to get some food close by and the others went down to the main square with Luke. After lunch our ...
... terms, and lives in Athens to direct the excavation in the spring
and summer months. So it was pure luck that this year, Dr. Camp happened to
arrive in Athens early, and welcomed us to a behind-the-scenes tour!
Our tour was truly fascinating. Dr. Camp just unlocked
the gates and took us down inside the actual dig sites, and talked to us about
everything they dug up over the years. Again, this all would have been nice to
just look at, but we had Dr. ...