Arhontiko Kefalari

Kefalari, Corinth, Peloponnese, 22300, Greece | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Corinth

Ancient Ruins of Corinth & Athens

A travel blog entry by itravel114

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... to stand in a circle facing each other. Once we were finished at Corinth we got back on the bus to head to Athens again. With our final day of Greece upon us, it was fitting that we went to the Acropolis. The highest point in the city housed the Parthenon, which is an Athen's staple for visitors to view. Dr. Camp was still on our journey to interject about the knowledge and skill that had to be used to build the Parthenon. Being on top of ...

"Not Everyone Gets to go to Corinth!"

A travel blog entry by bnnashton

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... where Paul spoke in the New Testament to the Corinthians at the forum's bema, was also constructed by the Romans.

Dr. Camp noted that the archaeological site at Corinth represents over 130 years of excavations. The Temple of Apollo still dominates the city, and it represents the only structure that still stands from the Ancient Greek period. The temple itself dates to the 6th century B.C., and its archaic columns are very impressive.

A small museum ...

One Last Stop, Then Home Free!

A travel blog entry by emilyemoore

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... the best view of the entire trip! We spent lots of time taking pictures and learning about how the Greeks were construction geniuses! The columns of the sacred space were curved to make it seem taller, longer, and bigger in general and it was 17 columns long and 8 columns wide. It was a magnificent site and a perfect place to snap pictures in the sunset! Then we climbed down from there we climbed back up another pretty tough ...

Last Day in Greece

A travel blog entry by madtram93

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... and the bombs went off and destroyed much of the structure in 1687. After we took group pictures and took in all of the scenery we climbed back down to go see the final sight: Areopagos Hill. St. Paul delivered his first sermon here and we climbed it and delivered the "Alma Mater." It was a nice performance to commemorate our trip on the last day. After this we went back to the hotel and our flight to begin the journey home was scheduled to leave at 6:35 AM. ...

CORINTH...So close to the Canal

A travel blog entry by jilly361

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... sanctum of the thing. It was indeed rather clogged up but not from salt but grit and dirty fuel. Cleaning it out and replacing the dirty petrol with new stuff, making the water outlet larger and with several attempts at restarting, it suddenly burst into life and has been brilliant eversince. We need to check it regularly and flush it through with fresh water whenever we can. So Corinth was a service stop to get things sorted out and a stop close to the ...

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Location

This hotel, located on Kefalari, Corinth, is near Mystras, Lion Gate, Citadel and Treasury of Atreus, and Archaeological Museum of Sparta.
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