Enastron

Dhimitsana, Peloponnese, Greece | Hotel
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This hotel, located in Dhimitsana, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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    Travel Blogs from Dhimitsana

    The hills are alive.. with the sound of groaning!!

    A travel blog entry by footloose_llr on Oct 24, 2013

    2 comments, 47 photos



    Our stay in Dimitsana was relaxed and really enjoyable; we mainly wandered around experiencing an incredible hillside village and the only genuine tourist thing we did was to take the drive down to the Prodhomos Monastery and walk down to see the incredible "homes in the mountain wall" which I presume are or were monks cells but time constraints mean I haven't actually gotten around to checking that out......That's another reason why I ...

    Head for the hills!!

    A travel blog entry by footloose_llr on Oct 24, 2013

    2 comments, 66 photos

    After our night in Gefira, as we hadn't really explored Monemvasia the evening before, we planned to get up early, book out of our hotel, pack the car in readiness for leaving and then go up there for breakfast and have a wander before continuing on our next leg......yes girls MORE
    climbing to do! Seriously every day we begin by comparing body parts that are feeling the pressure - and I might just add that Gwendols is part of this too so it isn't just the older amongst us feeling ...

    Olympia

    A travel blog entry by teamschmidt on Jul 15, 2012

    3 comments, 15 photos

    ... all the special bits they had found at the site we had just walked through. It showed models of what the area would have been like, and then showed the actual sculptures (in fragments) that adorned these buildings. There were tools, pottery, and all manner of interesting things. There were also very strict docents who would run across the room startling anyone who accidentally took a photo with the flash on, or stood too close to a sculpture. I was ...

    A drive to the mountains

    A travel blog entry by ukcat on Sep 20, 2011

    3 comments, 13 photos

    Tuesday
    Starting the morning with a great view of Nafplion from the Marianna's terrace. On to Epidavros. A short drive and well worth it. Epidavros is an impressive ancient theatre, made of stone that seats up to 14,000. The acoustics are amazing, with conversations at center stage heard throughout the theatre. We have a new item for the bucket ...

    Andrew runs a race (and wins) in Ancient Olympia..

    A travel blog entry by clarf on Nov 06, 2010

    45 photos

    ... of an Indian couple we saw (who ended up taking more photos than I did of Andrew running the race) and also possibly to the chagrin of some archaeologists who had set up a small dig at one end of the stadium. He was very generous in his win, acknowledging the judges and special friends in the crowd and I’m pretty sure he didn’t cheat – so no need to put his statue up in the Hall of Shame. On our way out we had a good look at the set up of the stadium ...