Palio Eleotrivio Guesthouse

Address: \N, Artemida, Attica, 37300 , Greece | Hotel
 
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      A travel blog entry by modernoddyseus on Oct 21, 2014

      ... why the naked steppe, why don't they hug, don't they kiss, why don't they sing happy songs, why have they blackened so much from black poverty, why don't they feed the 'babey'?" - a Dostoyevsky character, sadly interpreting a dream *

      "It's a spiritual problem, psychological. In order for the world to change, the people themselves must psychologically turn down a new road." - a Dostoyevsky character *

      "There's nothing better than a ...

      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 ...

      Athens

      A travel blog entry by kata.geoff on Sep 03, 2014

      38 photos

      ... and then off to the Temple of Zeus. There was only columns left in the temple of Zeus but it was huge, it's bigger than the Parthenon! Then we headed to the stadium, it wasn't included in our ticket so we just took a picture from the outside. We walked to the parliament building and wanted to see the guards because they wore skirts and funny looking shoes. We were Lucky enough that we were able to see the changing of the guards which is a lengthy process ...

      It's all Greek to me

      A travel blog entry by holmesandaway on Aug 08, 2014

      7 photos

      ... uniforms appeared to consist of a hat which had a long piece of material hanging down, a pleated skirt, a white blouse, white tights and shoes which looked like slippers with fluffy pom poms on the end. The look was completed, of course, with a gun. I believe that this formal attire is called Foustanella. After a few minutes the guards started do this routine which appeared to involve scraping their feet along the floor and swinging their legs in unison. ...

      Greek sailing

      A travel blog entry by flashpackernat on Jul 18, 2014

      2 comments, 9 photos

      ... a fear of the boat pitching over when sailing, so this was a good way to get over that. The First night was rough! Half the boats had to move to another bay during the night, and I lost my bikini overboard!! Or someone stole it - which is very plausible considering mine wasn't the only one to go missing. Second night was much calmer and I slept through us leaving! Woke up at sea and just in time for a cooked breakfast - green eggs and ...