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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Antonios Olympia
Stayed here on my Insight tour. The place is nothing flash room wise but the owner also owns the restaurant next door which is awesome.
Rooms are comfy and clean, the staff are excellent. If you are staying in the area and dont expect 5 star luxury then I can recommend this place.
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Athens to Olympia Woke to a very wet morning that has followed us around for most of the day. The hotel was extremely noisy, so none of us had a great night sleep. The tour bus was an hour late due to the rain. They say the sun shines for 300 days a year here so it was an unlucky start. Anyway were on our way and the first stop is the Isthmus Canal …
... artifacts from the area that you could see. Pretty similar to other things we had seen in my opinion. Kevin may feel differently - haha! He is the history guy.
After a few hours at Delphi we headed off to Olympia where we spent the night. We had a reservation at a small hotel. I was afraid we would be a little late so I had sent them an email giving them a time estimate. They apparently never got the email but were waiting for us anyway! The hotel is owned by a ...
... Trail. I checked out the Aqueduct ruins and the rebuilt Change Bridge before setting out at 9 am..
There were a few little villages, more bridges and locks. At one point the whole canalway trail was cleared of vegetation so you could see the canal very clearly. That was a definite plus.
I think one of the other highlights for me was Fairport. Another village, Fairport seems to take full ...
... waterfall on the Ganargua River, quite a few steel bridges, locks, a drydock. You couldn't see the canal that well because of the vegetation by the side of the path but it was quite close. The village of Newark had a dock with some interesting murals that I liked. I decided to bike on to Lyons. It was supposed to have murals as well but I only found one in a park next to their docking area.
I turned around at Lyons and rode ...
... planes, trains, automobiles, and (in Venice), boats.
I was trying to figure it out today, and over the course of the last 25 days I have been in 9 cities (14 if you count cities where we transferred like Chicago and Philadelphia when flying to/from San Diego and Torino, La Spezzia, and Milan when changing trains in Italy). That number also doesn’t count all of the smaller towns around the Langhe, or Cinque Terre, or through Chianti. I have slept in ...