Blog Posts - Acropolis



Why Lindos Needs to be on Your Bucket List

When I told people that I was going to Lindos, it surprised me how many didn’t know where it was, or had even never heard of it. Yet this small town on Rhodes Island is a beautiful place to explore and most definitely should be on your bucket list.
by Eppie on Jul 7, 2016

Athens, Greece: It's All Greek To Me

Our trip to Greece is best summed up by, "Why didn't we do this sooner?" On perhaps bunk advice we've picked up along the way from family and friends, Greece wasn't a even on our radar. During the past couple of year, our friends made it sound like w...
by Camels and Tacos on Apr 17, 2016

Athens, Greece: Its All Greek To Me

Our trip to Greece is best summed up by, "Why didn't we do this sooner?" On perhaps bunk advice we've picked up along the way from family and friends, Greece wasn't a even on our radar. During the past couple of year, our friends made it sound like w...
by Camels and Tacos on Apr 17, 2016

Visiting the Acropolis in Athens – here’s what you need to know – video

If ever there is a must-see site that epitomises Ancient Greece it is the Acropolis. This rocky hill is topped by the Parthenon temple dedicated to Athena, goddess of wisdom and war who planted the first olive tree on this very spot to found the ci...
by Heather on her travels on Mar 22, 2016

Sabino Canyon Adventure

Note to self: do not take hiking advice from frail little old ladies at national park visitor centers. About a half-hour drive from the foothills of the Catalina Mountains where I am staying, is the Sabino Canyon Recreation Area, a part of the Corona...
by Bertram's Blog on Feb 19, 2016

Athens; Again

Athens was one of the cities we saw “all of” on our 2013 Cruise. Our guide, Constantinos, enthusiastically provided us with a very long day of sights, including the Acropolis, the Olympic Pan Hellenic Stadium, a panoramic view of the city of Athe...
by LightCentric Photography Blog on Dec 20, 2015

Μουσείο της Ακρόπολης: Υποδοχή της πανσέληνου με τάνγκο

by Erroso on Aug 3, 2015

My Own Personal Interview: The Whys and Wherefores of My Bestselling New Orleans Travel Guide

OK. So here we go. I’ve interviewed people over the years about what they’ve been doing for this blog about New Orleans so I thought what the heck, I’ll just interview myself about my bestselling travel guide: Your Own Personal New...
by Notes On New Orleans on Mar 18, 2015

Traveler's Menu by Chef Menoy Gimenez

Filipino mentor and culinary master Chef Menoy Gimenez successfully introduced the recently launched "Traveler’s Menu" available at Tito Chef Experess in Microtel Acropolis last November 27. With the presence of media members and lifestyl...
by Recycle Bin of a Middle Child on Jan 20, 2015

Chef Menoy Gimenez presents the Traveller's Menu

Binagoongan  Great Eats at budget friendly prices  at Tito Chef Express Filipino mentor and culinary master CHEF MENOY GIMENEZ brings to us the “Traveler’s Menu” available at TITO CHEF EXPRESS in Microtel Acropolis just recently.  An i...
by The Food Alphabet on Dec 6, 2014

Top 5 Most Famous World Attractions

Every country has some kind of attraction that gives it it’s claim to fame, some more deserving then others. Even the largest world potato manages to draw a large crowd of people eager to take a... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my websi...
by Travel on Nov 21, 2014

Things to do in Greece

Greece is a beautiful and wonderful country, most areas of the country lies between several mountains, gorges, and islands. There are lots of historic monuments in the country, especially in the... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website...
by Travel on Oct 24, 2014

The Odeon of Herodes Atticus.

The Odeon of Herodes Atticus is a stone theatre structure located on the southwest slope of the Acropolis of Athens.It was built in 161 AD by the Athenian magnate Herodes Atticus in memory of his wife, Aspasia Annia Regilla. It was originally a steep...
by Simple.Interesting on Aug 4, 2014

A careless panorama from a Greek oasis

Walking around the Acropolis in the midday can cause sunburns, heat exhaustion and an incurable thirst, even in early June. No better place to cool down than the hills of Philopapou […]...
by Pinch of Adventure on Jul 6, 2014

Top 10 Most Famous Cultural Monuments

A monument is a sort of construction both explicitly created to commemorate an individual or vital occasion or which has turn out to be essential to a social group as part of their remembrance of  historic instances or cultural heritage, or just for...
by India Travel Blog on May 25, 2014

Anafiotika: The Hidden Village under the Acropolis

The great city of Athens, Greece is made up of numerous small villages that have melded together over the years. Plaka is the most ancient, original part of the city where most of the archaeological sites are located. Just up on the hill above Plaka,...
by EuropeUpClose.com on May 16, 2014

The new Acropolis museum

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by The true greek life on Apr 4, 2014

Ten Great Options For 3 Star Hotels In Athens

    Athens is not just one of the world’s oldest cities it is also one of the world’s most popular tourist destinations too. With a documented history that goes back some 3,400 years the birthplace of democracy and former …...
by Which Hotel 4 Me on Mar 13, 2014

Where it All Started; Athens

If you have been following my blog for the past few weeks, it would be easy to conclude that we spent our entire Mediterranean stay in Venice. But our actual destination was a 2 week Mediterranean Cruise. As noted in the first post in this series, &#...

Where it All Started; Athens

If you have been following my blog for the past few weeks, it would be easy to conclude that we spent our entire Mediterranean stay in Venice. But our actual destination was a 2 week Mediterranean Cruise. As noted in the first post in this series, &#...


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