SEPT 20 – OCT 11, 2022
DELTA flights confirm#GH905A (AmX) TLH – ATH Sept 20 – Oct 11
OUTBOUND flights # DL1723 & DL222
Tues, Sep 20 – 1 stop 14h | TLH 2:28PM – ATL 3:44 PM Terminal S
(1h 51 min Layover Atlanta) | ATL 5:35 pm Terminal I – ATH 11:30 am
RETURN flights # DL223 & DL1570
Tues, Oct 11 – 1 stop 17h | ATH 1:45 pm – ATL – 7:05 pm Terminal S
(1h 43 min Layover Atlanta) | ATL 10:49 pm – TAL 11:52 pm
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Policy # EUSP2282343225 | Policy PDF | NEW updated policy link
Transportation in Greece
The Athens Metro from the airport is right across the street from the terminal in the building that looks like a poorly made flying saucer. There is a walkway leading to it. The ticket costs about 10 euros.
Viator has private ($28) transfers – make a reservation for this: https://www.viator.com/tours/Athens/Athens-Airport-Private-Arrival-Transfer/d496-2876ATHAPTHTL
- Buy a 5-day ticket for only 9 euro for all public transport.
- Taxis in Greece a 3-5 euros is the minimum charge. With Beat /Uber order a taxi that charges your credit card.
Ryanair Airline CHECKIN OCT 2 7AM – https://www.ryanair.com/gb/en/trip/manage/6d330e96-c945-466f-8741-6a77ae5fd109
OCT 3 – 7AM | FR1232 BOOKING: BCN8JZ – BOARDING
RENTAL CAR – Budget at Santorini Airport | 7:30 AM pup OCT 3/5:00 PM return OCT 4
Confirmation # 16450594US6 | Priceline Trip Number: 151-067-835-16
RETURN – Aegean Airline CHECKIN OCT 3 6:35 – https://e-ticket.aegeanair.com/A3Responsive/dyn/air/servicing/;jsessionid=LAYuHTXMbTP1YrUnNgSwTOpN9G1I1oHawTFG_iI3!1662611163173#!/mybookingBOARDING –
OCT 4 – 6:35 | A3359 BOOKING: OJEML4
RENTAL CAR – Hertz at Athens Airport | 8:00 AM pup SEP 30/7:00 PM return OCT 2
Booking number: 786878247
Air BB Apt #1 ATHENS – Sept 21-Oct 11
Address: Feron 17, Athina 104 34, Greece
Air BB Reservation: HMF3NJN8ZM
Sharon, Randy, Brenda: Tues, Sept 27 (11:30AM) – Fri, Oct 6 (1:45PM)
AirBB Apt #2 METEORA – SEP 30-2
Address:Ikonomou 1, Kalampaka, 422 00, Greece
Air BB Reservation: HMJADYWQHD
Contact the property atbefore arrival for box code
“hot water” switch on the electrical panel in the hallway
Expedia Apt #3 SANTORINI – Oct 3-4
Address: Megalochori 1, Santorini, 84700
Host: Alia Mansion by K&K
Air BB Reservation:72384205893200
Contact the property at least 72 hours before arrival
Subway Map – VICTORIA Station (2 our AirBB)
https://metroguides.info/city/athens?ln=en#scheme/0/0 (download the phone app here: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/athens-subway-guide-and-route-planner/id896125047)
Monastiraki Metro Station
Athens Walking Tour
Walking Route: Kerameikos to Monument of the Unknown Soldier
- Keramikos Archaeological Site
- Ancient Agora of Athens
- Roman Forum
- Hadrian’s Library
- A for Athens (Restaurant)
- Church of Panaghia Kapnikarea
- Anafiotika Plaka
- Monument Of The Unknown Soldier, Leoforos Vasilisis Amalias
Monument of the Unknown Soldier to Athens Gate Hotel
- Monument Of The Unknown Soldier
- Panathenaic Stadium
- Temple of Olympian Zeus
- The Athens Gate(Restaurant)
Port of Piraeus to Islands
DIY – DAY TRIPS FROM ATHENS to islands
- By metro to port: Green line straight from Victoria station to Piraeus station
- Ferry Hopper (tickets): https://www.ferryhopper.com/en
BOOKED OUTSIDE ATHENS Trips
2 NIGHTS METEORA | SEPT 30 – OCT 2
NOTE: No pants, women must wear skirts below knee and cover shoulders, men also no shorts
We will rent a car at the airport and drive – 4-5 hrs to Kalampaka, stay 2 nights, and visit Delphi on the way back.
OVERNIGHT SANTORINI | OCT 3-4
The next morning after we get back from the road trip, we will fly (7AM) to Santorini, spend the night and fly (1 hr) back to Athens the next afternoon.
MORE OPTIONS TO DO
DAY BOAT TRIP to Aegina Island – Viatour
CORINTH half day private tour – Viatour
COOK IN ATHENS
90 Evripidou Street
ALSO: Athens on Saturday – famous farmers market of Athens at Kallidromiou street at Exarcheia
SEPTEMBER 20 – OCTOBER 11, 2022
Basic Greek Words and Phrases
Hello: (YAH-soo) The less formal way to say “Hi” would just be “Γεια” (Yah). If addressing a group, say “YAH-sas“.
Goodbye: (YAH-soo) Same as saying hello
Thank you: (eff-kha-ri-STOE)
Nice to meet you: (HA-ree-ka po-LEE)
Good morning: (kah-lee-MER-ah) You would say this greeting up until noon, and then for the rest of the day you can use (yah) as the standard greeting.
Good afternoon/evening: (kah-lee-SPER-ah)
Please/You’re welcome: (para-kah-LOE) In Greek, the word for “please” and “you’re welcome” is the same. It’s polite to say “para-kah-LOE” after asking for directions or the price of something. It can even be used to mean “I beg your pardon?” or “Huh?” when you’ve misunderstood or want someone to repeat something.
My name is… : (may LEH-neh)…
What is your name?: (pos-oh LEH-neh)
No: (OH-hee) It’s easy to mistakenly associate “neh” with “no” in English, and “oh-hee” with “okay” when in fact it’s just the opposite! An easy mnemonic is to remember that they’re actually the inverse of what you would initially think.
Excuse me/Sorry: (See-GHNO-mee) Say this to get someone’s attention, ask to pass by someone, or apologize if you’ve bumped into someone.
Where is the bathroom?: (Poh-EE-nay ee tua-LEH-tah)? “Poh-EE-nay” means “Where is?” so you can ask for help with locating something by saying this while pointing to a specific location in your guidebook or on a map.
Cheers!: (STIN-eh YAH-mas)
How much is it?: (POH-soh KAH-nee af-TOH)?
I don’t understand: (Then Kah-tah-lah-VEH-noh)
Oops!: (OH-pa) Also used frequently as an exclamation of enthusiasm or to show appreciation for music, dancing, food, and drinks.