Hotel Phidias

Apostolou Pavlou 39, 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, 13 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 …

    From San Francisco to Greece with Andrew and Back

    A travel blog entry by susanlcnm on Jul 04, 2014

    18 comments, 46 photos

    ... B.C. of the defeat by the Athenian army of their enemies the Persians. General Miltiades is still revered for this. The site contains a large tomb, a grassy mound, actually, containing the remains of soldiers who fought bravely in that war. Our guide Myrto organized a race by the children to pay tribute to those brave men. At the end, everyone, including the grandparents, received a wreath of olive branches. Andrew is wondering whether he can get his home to the US safely. ...

    Mainland Greece

    A travel blog entry by rubymwhittaker on Jun 25, 2014

    7 photos

    ... on a train, going to the next stop surrounded by a group of men with obvious bad intentions. That’s when she got mugged and had her passport stolen. She had to book new flights and she had lost all her student visa documents. They had also been in a taxi arriving into Athens at 4am. The taxi must have cut another driver off and when they pulled over, the other car driver got out and kicked the taxi windscreen in! Taxi driver got out and they were yelling and screaming when ...

    Welcome to Athens Greece

    A travel blog entry by smithnet on May 29, 2014

    33 photos

    ... in the world. It is one of the most important points in Greece due to its proximity to the capital, Athens. Piraeus has been the Athenian port since ancient times. Our guide was born in Athens and knowledgable in Athenian history and beliefs. She had a great sense of humour which made the day a lot of fun. Early in our tour she referred to the orange trees that grew along the many streets in Athens. As the fruit was very sour, she explained that the only good use for ...

    Day 19 - Athens: Museum & Shopping

    A travel blog entry by bradborno on Oct 01, 2013

    1 comment, 12 photos

    ... still stand today with paintings on the walls. Our appetite for history was waning with these exact thoughts in the museum and we headed back to the Plaka for some shopping; a more stimulating activity.

    We had a scare that Jen had lost her credit card when purchasing some goods at a shop, though found that I had put her card in my wallet. The shop owner was extremely helpful and contacted our last hotel, where Jen thought ...