Montage Suites Hotel

Address: 26th km National Road Punda-Kalavrita, Kalavrita, Peloponnese, 250 01, Greece | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 26th km National Road Punda-Kalavrita, Kalavrita, is near Archaeological Museum of Nauplion, Municipal Museum of the Holocaust of Kalavryta, and Peloponnesian Folklore Foundation Museum.
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          Travel Blogs from Kalavrita

          Martin goes to Patras

          A travel blog entry by lindasharp on Nov 09, 2013

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          Our Marina friends, Debbie and Jeremy, were going to Patras to buy a new (second hand) motorbike as they wanted a more powerful bike.

          Martin fancied a good bike ride, so went with them. The two bikes set off by 10am and the three of them enjoyed a fun and longish ride, stopping en route for coffee breaks, and then a lunch break too.

          About 4hrs later they arrived ...

          Travel to Athens

          A travel blog entry by trishfr on Sep 12, 2013

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          ... dropping down our backs tempers frayed, finally here's the bus blessed air conditioning 36c outside. Welcome to Greece !!!! The drive to Athens was spectacular fantastic rocky cliffs olive trees deep blue sea. We stopped at the Corinth Canal .... Dug to avoid a 5 hour round cruise for boats there is a 61/2 km wide stretch of land. Trenches were first dug here in 79AD but it wasn't until1893 that a canal was completed and to this day 11000 ships a ...

          Getting to Italy (part one)

          A travel blog entry by while on May 27, 2013

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          ... my honey-nut snacks. My pack feels light and balanced - I've detached the mini-pack and wear it on my front (just like a real traveller). A 10 minute train ride later, I'm at a bizarre and derelict looking grey concrete underground-ish transfer station (SKA). I enquire of other passengers who assure me this is the right place. Further enquires as a train pulls up rescue me from heading to the airport. The correct train (to Kiato) soon arrives, and I spend an hour ...

          Summertime, and the livin' is Peloponn-easy

          A travel blog entry by swissandy on Aug 07, 2012

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          ... surprises along the way though. There is this strange thing they do in Greece involving overtaking which was completely baffling at the outset but seems almost understandable now. Main highway roads are composed of a single-lane-each two-way system (pretty standard) with a decent hard shoulder (that lane for emergency stopping on the side). But in Greece you drive inside the hard-should, or as much of your car as will fit. This allows people to use the main lane as an overtaking ...

          Kalavrita, our place to Ski!!!

          A travel blog entry by travis.billings on Jan 30, 2011

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          ... We then headed over to the other side where it looked a little bit harder and caught these things you hold onto to get up to th top, we decided to hop off half way because it was a little bit of a hill and not to steep, so onwards we went and after doing alright we both crashed into the side, from there we kept on going down where i had a pearler of stack, good enough to disconnect my shoes and send me for a bit of a roll that one kinda hurt. We then headed over to some seats to get ...