Gerofotis Guest House

Address: Laka Sympoliteias, Aigio, Peloponnese, 25100, Greece | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Laka Sympoliteias, Aigio, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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    Travel Blogs from Aigio

    HARD SLOG TO SEE THE ORACLE AT DELPHI!

    A travel blog entry by valerie.nason on Jul 18, 2015

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    ... ancient Greek art, literature and archaeology in university. Many of these things we are seeing spark "lightbulb moments" where I don't remember all the factual details, but recognise parts!)

    So Delphi----the place you went to, in ancient times, to learn what the future held for you!

    We now know that the Temple of Apollo was built over an earthquake fault line. ...

    The Ancient City and Oracle

    A travel blog entry by gchsdrama on Jul 13, 2015

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    ... Delphi, we went into the museum. There is a beautiful Sphinx almost fully intact, as well as large bronze statues that survived only because of a rock fall that hid them for years. We rested after and waited for our bus to take us back to Athens and enjoyed the view while writing post cards. Upon returning to Athens, we headed to the Plaka for our next play. We ate dinner in the Plaka including some outstanding moussaka and Greek salads. The ...

    Busy Site Seeing!

    A travel blog entry by carriewiepen on May 21, 2014

    ... straight to the top of the mountain to see who could reach it the fastest. I ventured off on my own for a bit to a different side of the mountain. You could see the land and sea from all directions. It was one of the highest mountains in the area. SO BEAUTIFUL. Then I went to the other side where there were more of the remains of the walls and citadel. We ran out of time and had to hike back down. I didn't stop running the entire time and took some pretty ridiculous ...

    No Witty Title Today, Just the Temple of Apollo

    A travel blog entry by joshua.anoff on Jan 21, 2014

    ... building that stands out prominently. I can only imagine how beautiful this building would have been in its heyday, but we had to settle for seeing the thousand year old ruins of the building. After gawking at the temple for a little longer, we continued our tour to the top of the ruins where we saw a small amphitheater. We learned that it was so small because Delphi was a very public area, but not necessarily a place where many people lived. So the few ...

    Olympia the original Olympics

    A travel blog entry by lizd2013 on Jul 30, 2013

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    ... erect a statue of him, on a pedestal inscribed with his offence. This was on the pathway to the gate or crypt that the athletes and officials used to enter the stadium shame, ensuring that the athletes knew the penalty. No married female could watch the events, a single woman could but could not be more involved. Rob hammed it up pretending to run. Next we saw the Temple of Zeus. This is said to have contained one of the wonders of the ancient ...