Agistri Club Hotel

Address: Skliri, Agistri, Saronic Gulf Islands, 18010, Greece | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Skliri, Agistri, is near Temple of Aphaia and Vikos Gorge.
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    Travel Blogs from Agistri

    A change of country

    A travel blog entry by jegibbs on Sep 20, 2014

    7 photos

    ... over ancient ruins. The lower floors are made of glass so that what lay beneath can still be viewed.

    We wound our way back down the slippery marble steps and slopes - although removing my shoes for a better grip was not appreciated by one of the many guards stationed on route. Yup ....I put them back on quick smart! Then a short walk away, we went to see a little church that had been constructed out of recycled materials from ...

    Like Moses

    A travel blog entry by fearcuairt on Jul 20, 2014

    3 photos

    ... together under the stars and and almost-full moon, swapping travel stories and plying the Americans with questions about Israel. They had just come from Jerusalem and had been through three air raid sirens. Their daughters, ages 12 and 14 and incredibly worldly and mature, seemed none the worse off for their time spent in Israeli bomb shelters over the last few days. They were an absolutely lovely family, and it was nice to laugh and relax with them and ...

    May 2014

    A travel blog entry by passera on May 31, 2014

    33 photos

    ... The long drive from Aswan to Luxor along the agriculture road is dull. The Nile flows between desert mountains and the banks are used for agriculture. So the farmers live there as well. The road is the main form of transportation. It’s used by pedestrians, farmers on their donkeys, camels, overflowing minibuses serving as local transport, tourists, trucks and buses. So it’s slow and it takes 5 hours to cover the 250km. In late afternoon after relaxing in our hotel, we ...

    It's all Greek to Him: Dr. Camp's Archaeology

    A travel blog entry by bnnashton on Jan 22, 2014

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    ... in Athens. Along the road was a stoa (basically a name for any building with columns) that was very significant. The particular stoa we observed dates to around 500 BC, and was the office of the king archon (the chief religious magistrate). Along with the columns, we can tell decorative statues were around the building from the surviving "herms." The term "herm" refers to the bases of a statue that was presumably dedicated to the god Hermes, which were used ...

    The end of the drive

    A travel blog entry by pandar on Oct 02, 2013

    1 comment, 14 photos

    ... coordinates which they print on the booking sheet. We make it in one piece! We are in the heart of the port area and the fish market is straight across the street and there are several roads leading to piers to all parts of the Greek isles. We take a walk around for some dinner to one of the smaller piers, but it is beginning to come in cooler, so we retreat into one the squares we passed earlier. Dinner is good. ...