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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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Have you seen where they light the Olympic torch? Because now I can say I have! Today we travelled to Olympia, the site of the first recorded Olympic games.
I think it's pretty common knowledge that the Olympic games began in Greece, but the first Olympic games were much different than the modern Olympic games we watch every 4 years. …
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 …
... another floor to go on. In fact the houses are highly likely to be finished but because they do not look like they are finished the owners pay no taxes. Not sure whether these taxes are state or federal but it must contribute somewhat to the condition of the economy and to date the government has done nothing about this particular bit of tax evasion.
Next stop was the Epidaurus Theatre. This amphitheatre, which ...
... 40 miles to go. We took the mystery bike path into the town of Lockport - the one that isn't on the map, isn't open and is not part of the Canalway Trail. Once we got to Lockport, we had a hard time finding the locks because there weren't signs, but, when I look back at the photos, it is pretty obvious where they were - once we got to the Big Bridge - one of the widest bridges in the world. We could see the sign for the locks from there.
... If you’re doing a tour in a group of friends then all need to check in together so all can get on the same bus. You’re each given a coloured sticker with a number on it, that’s your tour bus number, and when all have checked in you just troop out the midships door and away you go. Each person has to take their barcoded swipe card with them, staff scan them as you leave and your photo (which was taken in check-in back in ...