Pella-Inn Hotel

Address: 104 Ermou, Athens, Attica, 10554, Greece | Inn
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This inn, located in the Monastiraki area of Athens, is near Poet-shoemaker's Shop, The Sanctuary of Artemis, Village Center, and Laiki (Mets, Pangrati).
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      3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

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      Walled off

      A travel blog entry by cjwagsy on Oct 12, 2014

      1 comment

      Since we had swam in the Mediterranean in Italy, we figured it might be a fun idea on our last full day in Greece to at least go get our toes wet in the Mediterranean in another country. Spoiler alert: that didn't happen. We didn't actually look into the beaches at all, but we knew where the port was and figured we just had to get there and then wandering would take us to a place we could wet our toes, yeah no. Fun fact about the main parts of the cities in Thessaloniki and ...

      Spicy Food, Suntanning, and Swimming!

      A travel blog entry by carriewiepen on May 27, 2014

      ... 8217;s pizza to eat in one of our rooms. The menu was in Greek, so they had a bit of a challenge ordering it. The breadsticks looked like little ***** and weren’t very good, but the pizza wasn’t bad. It was nice to have a little change from the Greek cuisine. We hung out playing 2048 and watching vines on our phones before heading off to bed around 11.

      (Monday) We woke up early to depart at 7:30 AM. I’m really starting to like the Greek yogurt ...


      A travel blog entry by lisaknitter on Jan 22, 2014

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      ... was randomly chosen and who served for one year. He functioned as the Priest, a Vice President, Attorney General, and was responsible for the theatre and the festival of Dionysus. The Archon also decided upon indictments - whether there was actually enough information for a case to go to trial - for example, the King Archon was an important figure in the trial of Socrates. In addition to all of this, the King Archon swore in the senators.

      Two important statues were called herms; ...

      The first 24 hours

      A travel blog entry by concon3546 on Oct 07, 2013


      ... but still not too impressed...
      We are tired - did not sleep on plane - but good. We took a hilarious picture of Ben sitting at the bar at a restaurant in the Rome airport ordering croissants which were to die for - as I said "he looks like he has been there before" ...

      Legend of the Seas Cruise, part 2 - Athens

      A travel blog entry by sophevans on Sep 22, 2013

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      ... else was wearing white sheets from the ship, but we had used our scarves to make colourful togas. I was blue, Laura wore green, Gee pink and Jess yellow. We definitely stood out. The toga party was up on the pool deck, so we got blown away by the wind as we tried to follow the dance steps led by Andreas, one of the cruise staff, and drink a cocktail at the same time. Cruise photographers thought we were great photo material, ...