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, Village Center, The Sanctuary of Artemis, and Stathmos - Museum of Chilhood.
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      3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

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      Athens' Achilles heel(s) and then some

      A travel blog entry by kay27 on Oct 22, 2014

      3 comments, 8 photos

      ... THE hotel to stay at)...well, there was commotion happening and I could tell obviously someone important was at the hotel (and it wasn't me)...turns out it was the Austrian President, so the roads near the hotel were temporarily closed, there were police, blowing whistles, all awaiting for the cavalcade to leave the hotel (now, that's the way to get a clear run on the roads here!). After being diverted, the big red bus came along and off we ...

      More walking, more ruins, some excitement

      A travel blog entry by pjwilton on Sep 09, 2014

      12 photos

      ... not, Athena won.
      As we prepare to leave, the guide notices that 2 people are missing. When we were going to the 3rd floor, they said that were tired and would go back. She told them to wait on the ground floor.
      They were nowhere to be seen. Their bags were still on the bus. After frantically searching the building and waiting for an hour, she gets a phone call telling her that they caught a taxi back to the ship!!
      She, ...

      It's all Greek to me

      A travel blog entry by ldschaub on Jun 11, 2014

      15 photos

      ... should be allowed, they just don't seem to care and they scream and cry because it's hot/tired/bored. The other option is we just travel during the off season, which is probably a better and easier option. We spent our fair share of time looking around the ruins before calling it a day at the acropolis and moving on.Once we left, we walked through the park area on the south side of the acropolis and headed toward Zeus's temple. The walk took us through ...

      Stop over

      A travel blog entry by jamesandbre on Mar 21, 2014

      ... of finding a few everyday items we needed which turned out to be a whole day adventure, walking from one side of athens to the other and around again lugging our big bags with us. Late arvo we decided we had, had enough of Athens and walked out to the train station which we were leaving from at 11.55pm. We sat reading and people watching and before we knew it, it was dinner time so we went for an explore and found the first supermarket that's a normal ...

      My conversation with Zeus

      A travel blog entry by imrannaser on Sep 30, 2013

      ... somewhere from this great temple. A few 15 minutes at the Temple and my conversation with Zeus later (no seriously, it may have been a monologue, but I told him what I wanted to. We discussed politics, religion, women and wars), I was on my way to my last stop of the day before I ran to bed, the Panthenaic Olympic Stadium.
      The following are some of the pictures I took during this trip. They include the Temple ...