Achillion Hotel Central
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... next to the pillow …what a nice treat for a pleasant sleep!
The welcoming treat was a bottle of red wine together with snacks to pair with. Have in mind that coffee/tea facilities are missing. In that case you need to go up to the beautiful terrace or the lobby bar.
BATHROOM: Average size, well maintained and spotlessly clean. I always find the idea of a walk-in shower more convenient, and this is the case here. With a ...
... Greece where as the British museum had only something vague like 'pillars to the Erechtheion. Greece. 400BC.'. It really isn't fair for Greece and for tourists that it's artefacts are still so far from their home. I feel that even if Greece entered a debilitating recession, these artefacts are a part of European history and of world heritage, so they'd be looked after. From Athens we booked a ferry to Santorini - because a trip to Greece wouldn't be complete with ...
... On our walk I discovered olive trees that grow everywhere! And orange trees are very common as well. I was a dork and got photos with the olive tree. I also got my first glimpse of the Parthenon on top the Acropolis. The temple of Zeus: It has Corinthian columns, meaning it was built after the Parthenon; zeus temple completed in year 2 AD. We didn't pay to get a closer look because you cannot enter the temple area so paying ...
... and we were happy. We hadn't booked anywhere to stay for that evening and thought we might as well throw caution to the wind and see if we could get on a bus that evening. We got our bags out of storage, strapped them to our backs and headed for the metro.
As the sun set on the horizon that evening, so did our time in Greece. What an amazing place! The food, the folks and the fun times had made our stay in this country none short of superb.
Efharisto Greece, you're ...
... appease all nation’s.
12 Aug On another sunny day I went to a lecture on the times leading up to the Ottoman Empire’s harem & downfall which was caused mainly by drugs (opium). Then a lecture by Lord Andrew Mawson who is from bloody Bradford I, he talked on the redevelopment of the East End of London, then a lecture on the night sky by Leon De Ste Croix he used the “Stellarium” ? soft ware.
Tonight at 7-30 we met the Captain ...
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