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Travel Blogs from Athens
... we headed back to our "home" and watched a Safe House on the iPad. It was nice to relax. September 1st: With it being our 2nd Sunday in Greece, we headed back to our "home" church St. Andrews. We took communion with the church body and then we were treated to some refreshments after. After church, I just did some homework and then one of my roommates made our room some macaroni and cheese from scratch. Another one of my roommates downloaded the season finale of the ...
... hosts in Meteora but they are the minority.
The return of the car to Avis and the airport at Santorini was a complete shitshow but its in the past now. The Avis guy is a complete ******* and I wish he goes out of business like he deserves.
Back in Athens, we took a taxi to the shopping outlet again to kill some time. The food at the italian restaurant there is excellent so it was worth getting out of the airport area. The taxi ...
... Acropolis we walked down the hill and had lunch at a local restaurant where they brought us sample of many different traditional Greek foods. It was very good and there was a ton of food. From there we walked to the Plaka, a shopping area just below the Acropolis. This area has a lot of neoclassical architectures and is a quaint neighborhood. That was our chocked-full day. After 4 busy port days in a row we are all looking forward to a relaxing day at sea ...
... searching for the ticket office.
Once we arrived at the Greek Festival Office to get our refunds, we heard that the tickets would be automatically refunded, i.e. we had stood in the queue for 20 minutes for nothing.
We had to rearrange our plans slightly after this unexpected detour, so we headed for the National Archaeological Museum. This museum contains many of the original artefacts that have been found in Greece over the years, so it acts as ...
... to highlight Greek products. I know this is difficult because the Hilton is a chain-hotel and there are rules behind, but this is only a thought.
I cannot comment negatively like most other guests about the price of products in the mini-bar because this is something that it is normal and it is expected. Mini-bars are always expensive and guests should comprehend this. We, guests have the alternative to buy water, chocolates, or anything from the neighbouring kiosks ...
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