Efi Theohari

Athens, Attica, 84006, Greece | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Athens

El Fin !!!!

A travel blog entry by mblack92 on Jun 13, 2014

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... Yep job done!!!!! But the main lessons I believe we have actually learnt together. You can't prepare for everything as the unexpected is what makes life interesting! You must always be honest with how you feel, whether its constipation or an unrestrainable desire to slap the colosseum. But most importantly .... free toilets should always be used twice or thrice !!!! Together we have creeped many people out with our sleep talking, yelling and ...

It's all Greek to me

A travel blog entry by ldschaub on Jun 11, 2014

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... was very nice, lots of trees and bushes and a little higher elevation. As we walked we ended up by the observatory. This was probably the worst place to have an observatory but there might be something worth while. It wasn't very high and it was surrounded by a huge city with tons of light, but the park was great. There were nice views and it was very quiet here compared to the city. We sat on a bench and enjoyed the peaceful break from what we had been ...

May 2014

A travel blog entry by passera on May 31, 2014

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... to Europe, our home. So excited that Anna kisses the soil when we land in Athens. We’ve clearly acclimatised as 30c almost feels cool. Athens’s airport and metro are modern and it’s great to be back in a modern world. Our hostel is in the centre of Athens, conveniently located between shops, restaurants, Acropolis and parks. I missed eating greek salads! Athens is our last stop this month. It’s developed, modern and we’re happy to rediscover our ...

Temple of Olympian Zeus,Athens, Greece

A travel blog entry by traveldetails on Apr 24, 2014

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One of the great temples of ancient Greece can be found at the centre of Athens. The temple, dedicated to the god Zeus, was completed in the 2nd century AD, but the foundations were built in 515 BC. The church was entirely constructed using the famous Pentelic marble. Today the museum is open to visitors, and it really worth a visit ...

Birthplace of Democracy

A travel blog entry by gibbslocates on Sep 27, 2013

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It was a right bunfight getting onto the Athens bus from Patras.....quite chaotic. Maybe it's because the railways have become unreliable that there were so many waiting to get on board the buses. Me managed to get on though without too much fuss. We were pretty fagged and shagged from the ferry trip...so the bus trip allowed us to nod off and dribble over the poor fellow passenger who was sitting next us.

That said though, between the naps there was ...