Aloni

Address: Halkidiki, Macedonia Region, 63085, Greece | Hotel
 
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      Travel Blogs from Halkidiki

      Philipili Macadonea

      A travel blog entry by stuart.snyder on Oct 11, 2014

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      ... the first European, Lydia.to Christianity and was mentioned in the book of ACTS. There isn’t any archaeological evidence from the time of ST Paul and it was claimed that Christians had to remain hidden as they were persecuted. So the earliest Christian relics are from about the 4th century AD when Rome became Christian.

      It gave me great satisfaction to get around like the locals ...

      Beach time with my cousins

      A travel blog entry by alexvarelas on Jul 14, 2014

      1 comment, 27 photos

      Hi Everyone,

      Halkidiki is in the Northern part of Greece. It is a peninsula resembling the shape of a hand with three fingers. We stayed on the second finger, in an area called Neos Marmara. We stayed with my cousins and grandparents right across the road from the beach. We had a big balcony, but my cousins hotel had a pool, and we swam in the pool everyday.
      One day we drove to ...

      Love Letter to Greece

      A travel blog entry by bbk2014 on Jul 12, 2014

      ... expect to love all of you, but even your metropolis of Athens swept me off my feet. It was fate that I ended up in Athens’ rebellious, artsy Exarchia neighbourhood full of sidewalk tavernas, thought-provoking graffiti, heavy metal music, and organic food shops. The rest of the city kept me constantly intrigued, with its mix of shiny shops, crumbling abandoned buildings, local markets, bustling squares, historic architecture, trendy bars and awe-inspiring ...

      Things that go 'bark!' In the night.

      A travel blog entry by a88y3 on Sep 20, 2013

      5 comments

      ... until a friendly looking waiter came, turned on the lights, and showed to our seats. We ordered pasta (apart from dad he ordered rabbit.) and had an awesome dinner (and desert!). While we were waiting to pay, one of the waiters asked where we were from. The waiter that was serving us (having asked previously,) said kiwi. It was funny the way everyone kind of looked up a little bit, and someone talked to ...

      The Odyssey (See What I Did There?)

      A travel blog entry by nickbeaumont on Jun 22, 2012

      49 photos

      ... who, obviously feeling more relaxed after unloaded himself in my room, is presently snoring contentedly on my bed. I have instead located to my parent's room to continue staring with a strange mixture of excitement and trepidation at my empty suitcase.Before I once more get whisked up in the chaotic folds of the East, I want to spare a moment remember two other countries I have visited this year while they are still fresh in my mind: Greece and Milan.

      Greece was ...