Olympia Village , Olympia, Peloponnese, 27065, Greece | Hotel
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Nafplion to Olympia

A travel blog entry by ecirpnek


We started the day with a stop at Epidaurus where there was a museum celebrating the beginning of medicine. Ancient people used to visit priests here to be cured of illnesses and eventually the priests became the first doctors. One of these was Hypocrites. We saw some of the medical instruments which had been unearthed. Near the same sight we also …


A travel blog entry by skschell

Olympia was only a one day stop but it was pretty cool to see the site of the first Olympics. We got to walk in the original stadium and I must say that Olympia's archaeological museum just might be my favorite. The famous statue of Hermes is there (the one they think Michaelangelo modeled his David after). PLUS THE PRIME MINISTER OF GREECE STAYED …

Welcome to Katakolon - Greece

A travel blog entry by smithnet


... and bars cater for every dietary need. Even though there are nearly 4000 passengers on board, queues are short and tables are always available. The ship docked around 11.00, and we were on the coach and heading to the Ancient City of Olympia. Soon we were retracing the trail of ancient Olympians through the archaeological remains of Olympia. Ancient Olympia was the town that gave rise to and hosted the Olympic Games in the classical times, ...

Running Ruins to Resort

A travel blog entry by retiredgypsies


... of Pisa, and Lykourgos of Sparta with the institution of the 'sacred truce'. From that time on, the Olympic Games were held every four years and acquired a Panhellenic character. The athletes competing in the games had to be true-born, free Greek men. They competed naked to honour the gods and to ensure they carried no concealed weapons. The word 'gymnasium' actually comes from the Greek word gymos, which means "naked." Women were not allowed to watch the games. The ...

Bringing a little of America to Greece

A travel blog entry by katelynthoresen


... find a good recipe, and work with the small amount of kitchen supplies we have to create a LOT of food. It was funny seeing everyone's posts on our Facebook group. "can we use someone's oven?" "does anyone have extra knives? We don't have any." "does anyone have a potato peeler?" Our apartment was making stuffing, and our bread got moldy! With lots of teamwork and brains, we all overcame these challenges. The thanksgiving meal was awesome! We ...


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