Amalia Hotel Nauplia
Travel Blogs from Nauplion
Travelled to the port town of Navplion, for a night at the Amalia Hotel.
... is named for the relief of the two confronted lions covering the triangle above the lintel. The size and construction are an amazing technical feat for the period.
We continued our walk to the Palace, with its monumental staircase, central courtyard and the megaron, the focus of the public life of the king. The megaron overlooks the valley. The palace, set on the top of the hill, has a strategic view of all directions.We then returned to Nauplia ...
Whilst the yacht is a little older and tired compared to the internet pics, I'm a happy girl!
Most of the passengers are American, six are from Australia and one couple from NZ - Paramatta, living less than an hour away from me. League of nations make up the crew. One large American tour party so far keeping pretty much to themselves, with the remaining dozen or so being ...
Took a bit of staggering around with my heavy back pack and other bags cutting into my shoulders before I found the place. I asked several people where it was and a call to the strange somewhat grumpy, short, and just generally strange owner, before I found the place. I was happy with the place as I got a room all to myself with a double bed and a nice view out the window at a good price. Much nicer than the other place I ...
12.23.09 Oooops . . . We're In Kiato, Not Nafplio . . .
7:30am – rise and shine!
8:00am – breakfast at our hotel (still mediocre, still at Hotel Carolina).
8:35am – we jump on the Metro from Monastiraki to Larissa Station (main train station), Athens.
9:06am – all aboard the train from Athens to Nafplio! Since we had taken this line only a few days before, for our day trip to Corinth, we were old pros ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAmalia Hotel Nauplia Nauplion
Grand lobby, large pool, many areas to lounge indoors or outdoors. No wifi in room but we brought an ethernet cable. Wifi in lobby. Bathrooms are spacious with marble tiles and granite countertops. Plenty of wall plugs. Can step out of room onto patio. Beds are clean and not uncomfortable. Staff is friendly.
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