Arhontiko Kefalari

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

Nauplia, a treat!

A travel blog entry by msudenveralumni

29

... sup> and 12th BC and spread to all the known sites of this period in the Mediterranean basin.

On the road from modern Mycenae to the acropolis we visited one of the most important of the Mycenean monuments—the Treasury of Atreus.

The treasury is the most representative and best-preserved example of a tholos tomb (1250 BC) and is believed (or, perhaps, hoped) to be the burial place of Agamemnon.

The entrance is ...

Epic failure

A travel blog entry by edwardrugg

2

... me. I responded by saying ' if the I took you into the Cyclades you would complain about that, I'm acting on management instruction to take you into the saronic and you complain about that, I'm fully aware your disappointed but at least your not complaining about teatowels.
I think they failed to see what I was getting at.

It sounds as if I'm having a **** time, which I am most of the time but ...

"Not Everyone Gets to go to Corinth!"

A travel blog entry by bnnashton

4

... Ancient Greeks. In 44 A.D., Corinth was captured by Rome, and the city became a Roman colony. After the Romans destroyed most of Corinth, they had the hefty project of rebuilding it. Roman public constructions included multiple fountains to channel the external water, basilicas, cisterns (also for water storage), and a theater. In the Roman tradition, the basilicas located at Corinth were used not only for religious services but also for administrative purposes. The forum ...

One Last Stop, Then Home Free!

A travel blog entry by emilyemoore

5

... heading to the dig site of ancient Corinth! Nena and Dr. Camp gave us facts and knowledge about this site and learning about how much of an amazing city Corinth was was super interesting. It should have been the main city instead of Athens due to its location and land, but instead it was just known as a poplar "party" city. Next we headed back to the Acropolis and went all the way to the top of the Parthenon. This ...

CORINTH...So close to the Canal

A travel blog entry by jilly361

1

... to be closed a lot. We said in England the shops are open all day everyday (almost) and she said’ in England you are all very tired!). I suppose she has a point there!

Before Steve decided to go ahead and order the new outboard he had one last go at fixing it. In a magazine there was an article about outboards that stop working because of salt build-up that I read out to him. So he set about taking the engine to pieces and having a look at ...

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This hotel, located on Kefalari, Corinth, is near Ancient Mycenae, Mystras, Lion Gate, and Citadel and Treasury of Atreus.
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