Address: 2nd km Naoussa - Veria Road , Naoussa, Macedonia Region, 59200, Greece | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 2nd km Naoussa - Veria Road , Naoussa, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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    Travel Blogs from Naoussa

    Last day of beautiful Athens

    A travel blog entry by joshmcrae on Sep 06, 2014

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    ... to chuck it in my back pocket and take the little guy home but I did the next best thing and helped it live another day.

    In the afternoon Global Vision International (GVI) had organised something for the volunteers. The group I was with was treated to a tour of the local town. GVI had even organised a traditional lunch by the beach for us, to show the appreciation for giving them a helping hand. It ...

    Pozar Hot Springs

    A travel blog entry by judi.johnson on Mar 09, 2014

    5 photos

    ... can see the location by looking at the pin point on the map.
    As we tend to do when we travel as a big group, we all piled on our bus and made the trek over there. We were really bummed because it had been raining/pouring all morning. Of course, the one day we want to be in swimsuits and in the water, it's raining. Just our luck.
    However, when we got there, the sun was starting to peak through and the rain had let up. We were all slightly ...

    Land of the Virgin

    A travel blog entry by judi.johnson on Feb 10, 2014

    5 photos

    ... leading downwards. Honestly, I almost walked right past it. But as you walk down, you realize you're walking underground, and lying before you is the facade of an ancient tomb. There were two where the facade was almost completely in tact. It was incredible to walk down and see that much history right in from of me. It was even more intriguing for me because I have been in multiple art history courses where the architecture of these ancient building has been discussed. It's ...

    Down to the underground graves!

    A travel blog entry by jazminebattle on Jan 19, 2014

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... and destroyed 80 percent of the church. But since it was a wealthy church it was easily repaired in no time. The entire church is decorated from top to bottem with beautiful icons. St. Paul, who was the first Christian and who also started the first church of Thessaloniki, and Dimitrios, who the church is named after, are two of the biggest icons of this church!

    We then headed to Vergina to check out the Tumulus. A tumulus is literally an ancient burial site. The ...


    A travel blog entry by lisaknitter on Jan 19, 2014

    The death of Phillip 2 involved two assassinations - first, the Emperor was killed, and then the killer was assassinated. Because of this, we don't know why Phillip was killed, but there are two main theories - either one of his ex-wives became vengeful or his political enemies wanted him dead. Phillip's son, Alexander the Great, was responsible for the burial by cremation on a funeral pyre. Once the body had been burned, the bones were washed with wine and ...