Address: Halkidiki, Macedonia Region, 630 78, Greece | Hotel
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      Happy Thanksgiving!

      A travel blog entry by newtoa on Nov 27, 2014

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      ... for several weeks. During this time all conflict in Greece had to be suspended. The site of Olympia was discovered in 1776, but the most important excavations are recent. Zeus' temple was partially reconstructed by the Germans. The stadium is particularly impressive with an audience capacity of 45,000. It is still possible to see the starting and finishing lines of the races in the ...

      Philipili Macadonea

      A travel blog entry by stuart.snyder on Oct 11, 2014

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      ... the first European, Christianity and was mentioned in the book of ACTS. There isn’t any archaeological evidence from the time of ST Paul and it was claimed that Christians had to remain hidden as they were persecuted. So the earliest Christian relics are from about the 4th century AD when Rome became Christian.

      It gave me great satisfaction to get around like the locals ...

      Crossing the Finish Line in Olympia

      A travel blog entry by halleyc on Apr 28, 2014

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      Sunday was our first sea day of the cruise. This was an especially lazy day. We slept in, and laid out by the pool, and had a few drinks. That night was formal night, but we chose to just eat in the Lido deck instead. It was especially bad that night, and ended up being our last dinner in the Lido deck. After dinner, Michelle wanted to try out the piano bar. I had never been during the first two cruises. We arrived a bit late, and kept moving ...

      Katakolon,Olympia ,Greece

      A travel blog entry by midlifecruisers on Aug 21, 2013

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      ... cellars where they age the wine in French oak barrels. Also where they grow their own fruit and vegetables. There was another group from the Nomads here when we arrived, and looked like they had been treated with some beautiful food and wine, so we couldnt wait for our turn. Inside ,we  were given a taste( nearly half a glass full), but also a plate of salami, cheeses,herbed breads, kalamata olives, feta cheese and tomatoes. The tomatoes in ...

      Greece is the word....

      A travel blog entry by tommo2012 on Oct 01, 2012

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      ... right now.
      The trek up the track to the acropolis is very interesting, thinking about how they got all those heavy pieces of marble up that enormous hill, to finally create the "city on the hill" Going past the Ancient theater and then seeing the Temple of Athena Nike and Erechtheum. and finally the Parthenon...simply stunning. All began building in 460 hard to fathom so long ...