Hotel Myrto Athens
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... Me and Maddy found this quite breathtaking when we saw it, but once you see the renovated ones in Athens, if you could then on the same day go into the Acropolis museum and see the originals, that would be amazing. The acropolis museum fits perfectly with it's ruins surroundings, offering views of the Parthenon, and with excavations viewable through the glass floors. It has a lot of information explaining the history, gods, architecture, and local life of the people ...
... minutes to get ready to go out for supper (ugh ... more walking ... our poor feet!!) I was very glad to hit the bed that night! Holy bats, cats, and rats - that was a full day!! Ancient Greek wisdom: The roots of education are bitter but the fruit is sweet Aristotle - Philosopher & Scientist (384-322 BCE) Word of the day: · ἄκρον (akron, "edge, extremity") · πόλις (polis, "city"). - together they become ...
I think we needed this sea day! Food overload, tours and activities. Today is taking it easy. Joelene has an early morning Yoga, we are going for a lairy breakfast in the seated restaurant and we need to bit on the sky view room at 10.15 for the guests vs the ships officers trivia match. I can see some crepes, coffees and then some lunch in our future as well. What was i mentioning about food ...
I got up this morning at 7.30am. I showered, dressed and went downstairs to breakfast – very fresh fruit on offer here. After eating i went back to the room, got ready for the day, then went downstairs where we meet up and walked over to the coach to begin our guided tour of the city with a local guide.
First stop was the acropolis. We got dropped at the coach parking, walked up to the ticket entrance and then the path started to get steeper. We ...
... there is graffiti from past visitors, including Lord Byron. Today we it is roped off to avoid more destruction of the famous ruins. There is not much to see but with a little bit of imagination and the brilliant description of the temple made by our great guide we can just see what it was like in the 5th Century BC. Below we see the port that was used for the ships of war. This is one of the main routes by sea into Athens. And the vast blue of the sea!