Valtessiniko Studios

Address: Arkadia, Peloponnese, Greece | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Arkadia, Peloponnese.
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Travel Blogs from Peloponnese

Mediterranean Getaway

A travel blog entry by 4nikkipaton on Oct 27, 2014

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... even in the rain. My second full day in Nafplio had a lot of potential but when I woke to more constant rain I thought perhaps I'd give in and head back to Athens. But then I got enthusiastic about Mycenae (that's the old Kingdom of Agamemnon and Atreus) and thought it'd be spectacular to see rain or shine. The lady in the ticket office was exceptionally rude but I boarded a bus to the middle of nowhere at 10am to chase the Homeric dream. The rain was ceasless, but I did hear ...

Caves, Historical Rubbish and the Amazing Race

A travel blog entry by lynsey.nault on Oct 05, 2014

1 comment, 39 photos

... to people and place here. It could be the athlete in me connecting to the Olympic history, the friendly people, the beautiful scenery, or maybe just the prominence of this place as the centre of Mother Earth (Gaia). It is also known as the site of the Delphic Oracle. A browse through the site included a request to sing to a French group who stood above the amphitheatre and wanted a sense of the sound amplification (Bonne Fete is the extent of my ...

Canal + Ruins, what more do you want in one day!

A travel blog entry by pjwilton on Sep 08, 2014

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... her body buring and threw herself into this fountain.
Inside the museum there of many of the items discovered during the excavations, dating from Mycenaean period, 13th century BC.
Many of the statues are without heads. Apparently the Romans bulk made statues and then customised the heads. This caused the odd anomaly, an old senators head on an athletes body!!
The museum also has a record of the existence of any ancient Jewish Synagogue.
Ancient Corinth was a thriving ...


A travel blog entry by pandar on Sep 30, 2013

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... 3metres tall as the workshop has all the walls still intact.

Sean ran on the stadium of Olympia. He came first and was watched by nobody really, a mum and her toddlers from Melbourne and the site worker. The grassed viewing area will hold 65000 people as there were that many here over the last 2 days for the lighting of the flame for the Russian winter Olympics which is held next year. What I was surprised with, was that although ...

Sunrise by the sea & snow capped mountains

A travel blog entry by blakeman on Apr 16, 2013

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... we visited was completely demolished, although with the imagination it is really really cool. I love how in Sparta they keep a lot of the places the way they were, as to rebuilding them. Our tour guide is priceless, he really knows how to get your eyes seeing what really isn't there anymore.

So although Sparta was just for the imagination, one thing i didn't imagine was the snow capped mountains. Within a space of a few hours I was sitting on my balcony ...