Myrto Akropolis Hotel

40 Nikis Street, Athens, Attica, 10558, Greece | Hotel
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Feasting on Greek Mythology

A travel blog entry by camac52

... part of the acropolis was accessed via the Propylea???. This again is a very large and high structure made using those finely shaped marble columns. Further along from the Propylea we came to the Temple of Athena??? Which was the newest temple built on this site to worship Athena. This temple has six columns in the shape of women supporting the roof above the ???? where ???? was believed to have been buried. All of the columns are now replicas with ...

Easter in Athens

A travel blog entry by my.scuba.tank

... the Keramikos which is another archaeological site included in the ticket. We could see the sites from behind the grilles surrounding the site despite not being able to enter. There is also a nice small church next to it. Walking through the streets to Monastiraki, there were many people, mostly tourists. Cafés and restaurants were busy as well. We sat at the benches in Monastiraki Square where many people crowd around, people selling ...

It's all Greek to me...!

A travel blog entry by maccanat29

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... are thousands of years old and which were dug up during the excavation when the subway was built. Extraordinary. The stations are also exceptionally clean and thankfully, the signs were also in English :-)

We headed to an area where we thought we had been earlier in the day. Unfortunately, the station where we needed to get off was bypassed as it had been closed by the police. Not to worry we thought, Andrew has his inbuilt compass. Alas, on this ...

Poseidon and seafood

A travel blog entry by upthecreek

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... ordering naturally! As is customary in Greece we had a medley of small dishes starting with fish soup followed by mussels in feta, mussels in white wine and garlic, sesame crumbed king prawns, BBQ octopus, salt and pepper calamari, baby octopus, beetroot in olive oil and lemon, cooked grass (it has a real name but I can't think of it), tzatziki, fries, bread and of course saganaki. This was followed by complimentary desserts of 2 x chocolate logs, yoghurt & honey and ...

Endings and Beginnings

A travel blog entry by footloose_llr

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... doubt I am way behind the times and everyone knows this already!) is the best thing since sliced bread! Gwendols can now pay me back for all the teasing I subject her to over her phone attachment as I now don't like to be away from my IPad too long either! And then we were off to Athens......


(L) Very sad to see this part of the trip come to an end but also very excited to get on with the Greece part.... the travelling day, not so much. We left ...

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This hotel, located in the Syntagma Square area of Athens, is near Monastiraki, Psiri, Village Center, and Laiki (Mets, Pangrati).
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