Travel Blogs from Athens
Well after a nice day in Larisa it was time to get up early and get the train to Athens. I have to say I wasnt sure what the journey would be like. So a trip into the unknown produced a beautiful journey, with some amazing scenery. It started of relatively sedate with flat lands going deep into the horizon with the odd hill to shake things up. This …
The last few days of living in Greece have been amazing! We have already done so much in such a short time span! Saturday night we went to see an authentic Greek play at an old Greek theatre. Granted, the entire play was in Greek.....to say the least, it was one of the strangest plays I have ever seen, despite the fact that we couldn't understand a …
... When I come across tourists in hotels I like chatting with them trying to dig out possible negatives from their stay or from their trip. Well, I chatted with several out here and there was not even a single person to mention something bad regarding this hotel. On the contrary they were sorry that they had to leave and only wished they were able to stay longer.
I noticed that the staff works on the least detail for the comfort, preference, ...
... or at school. It is the first time I see a nervous Santa. He is surely a foreigner and I am sure he feels stupid standing out there looking at the sad people go by ….like a circus clown.
Street vendors must have come from Monastiraki and stand on the side of the pedestrian street waiting for people to buy their goods. What they sell are handmade bracelets, necklaces or rings, but I don’t see much interest in people. They are mostly foreigners.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility