I suggest going to Holy Protection Monastery. The service is in Greek, but they can offer you a book with the service in both English and Greek. The sisters there are very nice and you can take your time to pray or read books from the library. I attached some photos with the monastery and with one of the guest rooms.
My husband and I went there yesterday for their Feastday. I suggest to anyone within driving distance of a Greek monastery, to try to visit them on their feastdays. It reminds me of being in a town or island in Greece...beautiful services, lots of people, hospitality, a sit down meal under a tent, coffee, cookies, etc. You will be fed both bodily and spiritually, and there are always many delicious treats and other goods (books, icons, prayer ropes, etc.) to buy to take home. We bought a piece of the most delicious 'bougatza' (cream filled 'pita' topped by confectioner's sugar) for the ride home, and it was one of the best I have ever had--even in Athens they were not this good!
The nuns make amazing artisan breads for sale on the weekends, and their tsoureki (sweet holiday bread) is the best I have had in this country. In fact, our parish ordered from them this year for our annual post-Resurrection service meal, and everyone agreed that this year's were the best. (The others were from commercial Greek bakeries)..The nuns use only the finest ingredients, and as one mother said when I asked her how it is that their meals are always so tasty, "a sprinkling of seasoning from the Panaghia"! :-)