Inoi Hotel

Address: Lefkosias 14, Athens, Attica, 11252, Greece | Inn
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Travel Blogs from Athens


A travel blog entry by williamgillum on Oct 11, 2014

1 comment, 49 photos

... had a romantic view of places they have never lived.
The next day we went to a bunch of ruins including the Acropolis, which was breath taking, and my favorite ruin so far. It was like I was in heaven. So well preserved compared to Rome. We then hiked around and got a little lost. I convinced Yeo to climb a cliff to the top of a tall hill. It was definitely worth it. I saw a friendly tortoise at the top, i dont have any clue how he got there. We climbed farther ...

Syntagma Station has gone - and where is the hotel

A travel blog entry by davetamara on Sep 19, 2014

1 photo

... the plane, and chose white, but it was like the worst sort of
sauvignon blanc. From Athens
airport, we caught the metro to the city and then the fun started because the
main train station, Syntagma, ...

Athens and our Greek Island Cruise

A travel blog entry by debandalan on Sep 19, 2014

2 comments, 10 photos

... our tour guide was very boring and rambled on and on and on to the point which most of our group just wandered off and did their own thing, us included. The acropolis is under repair as are most major buildings here in Europe. The scaffolding really does distract you from the significance of the structures though and it's hard to get an authentic shot without the scaffolding. We had free time in Athens, time we could of done without, it was so hot and so busy and ...

From San Francisco to Greece with Andrew and Back

A travel blog entry by susanlcnm on Jul 04, 2014

18 comments, 46 photos

... economic crisis, which is supposedly being brought under control. One of the museums we were supposed to visit was (mercifully, as we had already seen one extensively) closed because of staffing issues - I think there just isn't the tourist flow sufficient to support everything. We were supposed to learn Greek dancing this evening; again, this was canceled because the troupe needed a minimum of 30 people to perform, and apparently the hotel couldn't round up 15 more than our group. ...

I prevaled in the end making it onboard in time

A travel blog entry by cwonholiday on May 09, 2014

1 comment, 6 photos

... much as they do in China.

I'm in heaven and in love with a salty old seadog called Elios who offered to "remove" the taxi driver who dropped me in the wrong place, if only I could tell him his name. Hilarious escapade to get to the yacht but got there perfectly safely and with time to spare. Knew I was in trouble when the driver, who had promised the hotel concierge that he could speak English and that he knew where Marina Zea was, started ...