Hotel Apollonia

Address: 37-39 Ifeigenias & Sygrou, Delphi, Central Greece, 33054, Greece | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 37-39 Ifeigenias & Sygrou, Delphi, is near Oracle, Delphi Museum, Temple of Apollo, and Mount Parnassus.
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Travel Blogs from Delphi

Busy Site Seeing!

A travel blog entry by carriewiepen on May 21, 2014

On Saturday morning we left the Jason Inn Hotel in Athens. First, we went to the Temple of Demeter at Eulesis. Then, we traveled across a canal and stayed there for a few minutes to grab an early morning snack. I tried Greek powerade called Oshee. The blue kind tasted very similar, but the red was not as good. Victoria and I saw these cute rompers …

Day 137

A travel blog entry by dream-catcher on Dec 16, 2014

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... is stunning and the village looks very pretty with it's tree lined sea front. Out in the bay there are a couple of small islands, it's a very sleepy place. The map shows a road hugging the coast, but we can't see any trace of it, so we go back the way we have come. We drove on and the country side had flattened out in to a plain, the fields are all ploughed and or planted with a crop that is showing to about 3 inches, occasionally we see some cotton fields still waiting to ...

Day 134

A travel blog entry by dream-catcher on Dec 13, 2014

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... from the ends of the universe to find the centre of the earth). Next to the last room had later pieces from Roman times 3rd and 4th C. BC, the museums most treasured item is in the last room, the bronze charioteer from 478 BC is part of a dedication to Gela if Sicily for his victory at the games held in the Gymnasium below the temple site. This bronze is the only such example in the world it was buried in an earthquake and was ...

Will It Tell Me My Destiny?

A travel blog entry by katiespellmeyer on Oct 05, 2014

... a little walk to a midpoint between two archaeological sites where more people recited more speeches and some presented a clip from The Eumenides. After they were done we walked a little down the mountain to an archaeological site where Dr. Hatlie and Dr. Freni gave lectures. The site we were at had a couple ruins (though not many) and was a place that was supposedly dedicated to the mother earth goddess. After the lectures here we ...

Know Thyself

A travel blog entry by thunder_road83 on Jul 07, 2014

... proceded along the sacred way to the Temple of Apollo.

Just along from the spring were the Gymnasium of Athens which was closed and the Sanctuary of Athena with the Treasury of Massilia. I viewed these before I headed back to the hotel. It was a long hot day but worth it. A beautiful site that everyone should try and visit.

It was then time to relax and then get dinner before bed as it was up early to head back to Thessaloniki.