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Athens after the Olympics

Wondered about Athens now the tickets are sold, the events are old and the city gradually forgets about the Olympics of last summer?

An article worth a read : http://www.iht.com/articles/2004/12/02/travel/trathens.html

And for those to visit soon - the guide you need: http://www.superbgreece.com/Athens/hotels.htm

Happy holiday shopping!

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Heraklion Stays Clean as Olympic Torch Arrives in Crete

The round-the-world journey of the Olympic torch comes to Crete on July 9.

Heraklion, where the journey will start across Crete, will keep the ”Laiki” street fruit and vegetable markets closed, on the 9th and the 10th.

Especially noticeable will be the Saturday market’s absence on Saturday July 10. The market is a major weekly shopping source of fresh produce for Heraklion’s residents and those from surrounding areas.

A stretch of 1 kilometre on the road by Heraklion’s port is...

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Prices Stay the Same in Crete for the Olympics

No need to have feared any price increases.

So far all the hotels, villas and sea-front apartments, mountain retreats and county retreats - none that we know of have any special high prices for accommodation during July, August and the Olympics.

Of course each night you stay in Crete will cost you more in July or August than say, April, but it is this way every year...there is after all a high season!

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