Dryades Hotel

Address: 105 Emmanuel Benaki & Dryadon 4, Athens, Attica, 11473, Greece | 2 star inn
 
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This 2 star inn, located in the Exarchia area of Athens, is near Acropolis Museum (Museo Akropoleos), Mt. Lycabettus (Likavitos), Athens Walking Tours, and Ermou Street.
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    Travel Blogs from Athens

    Athens-Kastellorizo

    A travel blog entry by steve.chappo on Jul 05, 2015

    Morning flight to Rhodes and afternoon connection to Kastelorizo. Just missed Helen and Ivan and Alex and Tom at Athens airport as they were headed out that day, back to Australia. Everything as expected - classic landing on army strip in Fokker like plane and then 1 taxi for 30 people. Que all over the shop so we decided to ...

    Athens

    A travel blog entry by cmoffatt on Jun 23, 2015

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    We were late arriving into Athens so we had to change our tour which was a shame as we only got to see the Acropolis and do a short city drive as we were only in port for five hours instead of 10 hours. The Acropolis was the most important religious centre of the city of Athens for many centuries. As you climb the steps, which are made from marble, except where we climb to the gate which is the entrance of the Acropolis they have been replaced ...

    Return to Athens

    A travel blog entry by andjulbed on May 24, 2015

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    ... the Acropolis. We found a rickety table on a leafy terrace and ordered retsina, lamb and eggplant stuffed with fetta. Our last chance to enjoy more fabulous greek food. Soon after the terrace was filling with the affluent set and balalakia music started to play in the courtyard below.

    As we made our way back to our hotel room in the fading light, the narrow cobbled streets of the old town and the endless laneways ...

    Spinning our wheels

    A travel blog entry by jeffandamanda on Mar 19, 2015

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    ... into our hostel so we could leave our larger bags and head to the port. Alex was going to come directly to the port and we would grab a ferry over to Aegina so we could see his campus and his apartment. We knew we wouldn’t have a lot of time. But he needed to unpack from spring break and repack for his week of travel next week as he lwas to eave with his class for Cypress on Monday morning and wouldn't get back from Santorini until late Sunday night with ...

    Greek Ruins and Riots

    A travel blog entry by asph0de1 on Nov 21, 2014

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    ... I also somewhat disagree with this... A museum where you can touch the ancient stones isn't doing too well at preserving them in my opinion). But there is so much stuff in the British museum that the context is completely lost. Really, the British museum isn't a museum at all, it is just a storage house displaying haphazardly the British conquest of Europe and the world. The original female figure pillars that held up the the Erechtheion is not in Greece but ...