Apollo Hotel

Agia Marina, Agia Marina, Aegina, Saronic Gulf Islands, 18010, Greece | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Agia Marina

Athens, GREECE

A travel blog entry by trina.manz

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... out of there ready to throw up! We then checked out the fresh food market which was much nicer, heaps of fruit and veggies on display that smelled amazing! We bought quite a lot for super cheap! Later we also found a section which heaps of olives and feta and grains and dried fruits... So much better than the meat section!

Luke then decided that he wanted to go to the beach so we grabbed our togs and started our long journey out to the Mediterranean! We walked for ...

Talk about a bad wrap!

A travel blog entry by shaeshae88

... line, buildings etc) the process is delayed and held up while archeologists explore what's been found. The Acropolis Museum got around this by building glass floors so that you can see the city they unearthed in the building process and the archeologists can continue to access the site. Another cool feature about the museum building itself is that when you stand out the front an look at the top floor the actual Acropolis up on the hill behind you is reflected ...

Home of Athena

A travel blog entry by emilystanton

4

... has some of the finer details of the king's face, such as a mustache, and is said to have been made for the king when he died. After the museum, we finally made our way to the most famous hill in Athens, the Acropolis. How Many Gods Can You Fit on a Hill? The Acropolis is best known for being home to the Parthenon, but it also houses temples to many other gods. As we approached the peak of the hill, we saw a theater that the Athenians had dedicated to their god, Dionysus. ...

Athens the land of Ruins... well one of them...

A travel blog entry by latzylu

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... wrong way to tell a guy you’re not interested. The beach was quite nice, a bit rocky though. When he produced alcohol, I couldn't help but hear alarm bells. Then wanted to go to his place for coffee. All the classic lines. I didn't want to say no and get left on the beach, but I didn't really want to go either. Anyway he tried all the stops so it seemed, booze, coffee, candle light, dancing and none if it worked. Just not interested. Finally got him to take ...

It's All Γρεεκ to Me!!!

A travel blog entry by brookskeith

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3

... just ripped clean apart. Patmos is a great island for exile because it's as difficult to get there today as it was in the late first century when John, the visionary whose visions of Christ became the written Book of Revelation, was exiled there by the emperor Domitian. I suppose any Greek ferry captain is going to know his nautical stuff better than a visiting cleric, and with every ferry in and out ...

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This 3 star hotel is located on Agia Marina, Agia Marina.
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