Acrogiali

223 00 Poulithra, Poulithra, Peloponnese, Greece | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Poulithra

Rome and Monomvasia, Greece

A travel blog entry by barb.roney

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Arrived in Rome via another lovely Italo Train. It was first class travel with complimentary wifi and drinks and comfortable reclining seats. Our lodgings for the first night were not to our liking and we changed for the next two nights. Unfortunately this took away some sightseeing time for us. However, Rome seems to be a place where you can walk from site to site ...

Sparta and Mystras

A travel blog entry by carinamjones

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... walls as well as the fortress. The remains of this prosperous city are now listed as a World Heritage site, much restoration has taken place and continues to this day. The ruins of Mystras give a glimpse of live during this richly artistic and intellectual time of the ruling Byzantine Empire, we thoroughly enjoyed our afternoon ...

To Neapoli

A travel blog entry by robbynpeter

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Wednesday lunch time checked out in Nafplion, got a hire car and drove south to Paralia Tyrou a sea side village in Arkadia. The spot is beautiful a relaxing place to stay, if the accom was a bit more spacious. We stayed here two nights then drove to Neapoli. On the road from Tyrou we pass through Leonideo we ...

Building in Vassara

A travel blog entry by rootsandroutes

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... the slow, winding trip across the mountains to the port town of Neapoli. Neapoli itself was a sleepy coastal town, and in the low season it had a strange emptiness to it much like old coastal resort towns in the UK. The seafront, long and straight, dotted with drooping palm trees, was crammed with bars and cafés, though few had more than a handful of patrons inside. Small groups of elderly men peered out of windows onto the road that separated the seafront from the town, as ...

Sparta in the Peloponnese.

A travel blog entry by greekcypriot

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... gorge of Keadas because all Spartan should be strong.



Small boys were educated as warriors from the age of 7 till their death, while women would learn how to be the mother and wife of a warrior. In fact, the Spartan women had an equal role in society as men, -which was very unlike in other ancient towns.



For a Spartan, the bravest death was the death in the battlefield, ...

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