Hotel Phidias

Address: 39 Apostolou Pavlou, Athens, Attica, 11851, Greece | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located in the Άγιος Δημήτριος area of Athens, is near Acropolis (Akropolis), Theater of Dionysos (Theatro Dionyssou), Hadrian's Arch (Pili tou Adrianou), and Athens Street.
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    Travel Blogs from Athens

    Last Day's of our London Summer

    A travel blog entry by lorrog on Aug 07, 2014

    3 comments, 14 photos

    4 Aug. After breakfast on yet another sunny morning, we caught the tube to Embankment
    station(30 mins) then walked along Queen Victoria Embankment.This was where I met Ian
    (a true cockney) who was manning one of the 900 bike stations dotted around London.He told me that there are 45.000 Boris bikes hired per day and in the 4 …

    The center of Antiquities

    A travel blog entry by premiertravel on Oct 19, 2015

    2 comments, 26 photos

    ... to see, next on to Zeus’s temple, blessedly on flat ground. We saw the restored site of the original Olympics and then on to the highest point in the city. We are talking some serious stairs here. Then Dimitris took us to a small local restaurant where you see all the lunch options and then pick and choose. Perhaps we did order a tad too much, but we had no idea the portion sizes and wanted to try many things.

    I ...

    Our Return to Athens

    A travel blog entry by ourgreatescapes on Sep 15, 2015

    6 photos

    ... the most sacred buildings are usually located within or on the acropolis. It's the safest most secure place in town.

    As little as 150 years ago, there were still dwellings on the Acropolis of Athens. Those of you who have read Aristophanes (as we are told, since neither of us have read it), will recall that in Lysistrata, the women of Athens barricaded themselves in the fortress in protest, as they were tired of their men going to war against Sparta. ...

    All Hail Athens - Go Athena!!!

    A travel blog entry by kellywiseman on Jun 28, 2015

    13 photos

    ... found a driver who was willing to go for 6 Euro.

    This entry by Ainsley Wiseman :)

    PS - Yia Yia Sampanes or one the Theas or Great Theas are going to need to cook some safe (meaning completely nut and peanut free) Greek food soon for her! She was unable to eat any of the food we tried, and she's keen to try all of it! If not, I'm going to have to try and do my best at it!

    Returned to Athens from Hydra

    A travel blog entry by hurricane4815 on May 02, 2015

    7 photos

    ... all the import and transit trade of Athens. Consequently, it became the chief harbour of ancient Greece, but declined gradually after the 4th century AD, growing once more in the 19th century, especially after Athens' declaration as the capital of Greece. In the modern era, Piraeus is a large city, bustling with activity and an integral part ...