Agistri Club Hotel

Skliri, Agistri, Saronic Gulf Islands, 18010, Greece | Hotel
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Top of the Hill...

A travel blog entry by luc.larocque


... we choose to have a rest in a little park. The city is packed with literal "corner stores". When we asked the vendor if we can drink beer in the park, he replies: "Of course, you are in Greece!" No need to say more! We chose to buy Amstel beer for the adults and ice creams for the children. Beer seems to be a recurring theme during our trip but we never drink more than one. Until the next!

Back at the hotel, ...

Finally arrived.

A travel blog entry by jgwart


Well after a long day of travel, barely making each and every flight (and losing all hope in Frankfurt) we made it to Athens. The weather is absolutely perfect. It's apparently some kind of Halloween-type festival going on and there are several kids running around with costumes. I just finished a plate of stewed meatballs and will then visit The Temple of Zeus. We'll hit the sack early tonight and get started at the Acropolis in the morning. Sleep ...

Athens 101

A travel blog entry by jonesadventures


... br> The Parthenon has been destroyed by several stages of boo-boos, which is likely to occur over 2500 years. The destruction was caused by earthquakes, by people braking off chunks as keepsakes (as people used to), explosions of gunpowder stored here during the wars with the Turks and Lord Elgin’s stealing of the marbles of Britain. “The Elgin Marbles”, we saw them at the British Museum, were taken from the frieze of the ...

A tired Greek God

A travel blog entry by markturner


... ready. Holly had a few photos in the pool overlooking Oia that she wanted to get so we did that, had breakfast and then headed off to the airport. We had to laugh as the security check where very mild as my iphone didn’t even go off through the metal detector.

Once we landed in Athens ...

Athens, The Acropolis and the Parthenon

A travel blog entry by soniasjourneys


... Nike better known as the Temple of the Wingless Victory and then visited the Erechtheion Temple.

While atop the Acropolis, John and I spotted a Roman ruin and learned it was Hadrian’s Arch which dates back to the 2nd century and divided the Greek city from the Roman city. There were several ruins of Roman pillars still standing.

On our way back to the ship, we had a quick photo stop ...

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This hotel, located on Skliri, Agistri, is near Temple of Aphaia and Vikos Gorge.
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