Palio Eleotrivio Guesthouse

Address: Agios Lavrentios, Pelion , Artemida, Attica, 385 00, Greece | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Agios Lavrentios, Pelion , Artemida.
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      And back to Athens

      A travel blog entry by kerrycrawford on Sep 18, 2014

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      Spent the morning in Oia, the guys by the pool and the girls shopping. Then the poor porter lugged our suitcases up 7 flights of stairs - and our suitcases gain weight at every port. It took 2 guys to move the luggage and they earned their tip. No pictures, they were too fast. A six hour boat trip with stops in Ios, Naxos and Patmos, then on to Athens. By now we have our own Athens cab driver, Vasilis. He's a ...

      The Beautiful Athens

      A travel blog entry by lunarei on Aug 30, 2014

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      ... up and asked us if we needed help (we must have looked very lost and a fair but worn out at this stage). We thanked him for his kindness and stated that we had found what we we after - food. We made our way other to the restaurant and the waiter feted us personally. He took us over to the food and showed us what was there (explaining everything in English) and let us choose what we desired. These guys were just fantastic. I take everything back ...

      Like Moses

      A travel blog entry by fearcuairt on Jul 20, 2014

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      ... before they get better. Michael says we are like Moses. As he stood on Mt. Nebo and looked out at the promised land, so we stand at the edge of the Jordan river and look out to Jericho, or sit by the Dead Sea and see the lights of Jerusalem - a glimpse of the "promised land" and yet, like Moses, we cannot go. Hopefully - unlike Moses - we will see it in our lifetimes. As they say at Passover "next year in Jerusalem" - and as both Christians and Muslims in this region say, ...

      The Parthenon

      A travel blog entry by germann on Jun 13, 2014

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      ... relaxing meal in the Plaka shopping and dining section of town...our last Greek Salad and a pizza. Then we walked up to the Parliament building and saw the changing of the guards at 3pm...which happens on every hour...quite a sight to see the ceremonial guards in traditional Greek military attire.
      We then enjoyed a 20 minute walk through dirty downtown Athens to our hotel where a taxi picked us up at 4:25 for our 7pm flight to London.
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      Day 21 and 22 Blog Athens

      A travel blog entry by bru48cas on Jun 01, 2014

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      ... sights, The Acropolis, The Parthenon, the original Olympic Games stadium, the Temple of Zeus and the Acropolis museum. We were early enough to miss the majority of the crowds. They were coming into most of the sights as we were leaving. You find it difficult to comprehend the history you are walking around in. (Some things older than me, can you believe it.) A walk through the gardens to watch the guards at Parliament House (Google the changing of the guard ...