Athina Hotel

Address: Xenofontos street, Olympia, Peloponnese, 27055, Greece | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Xenofontos street, Olympia.
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    Travel Blogs from Olympia

    Maps > GPS

    A travel blog entry by heeneystravels on Jul 23, 2015

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    ... good at reading Greek, though! We kinda had to since they didn't have any GPS units at the rental car place. Kevin claims that the GPS in Turkey actually made it harder for us to get around, but I'm not so sure. I guess we will never know. I will admit that it is much easier to see the route on a map as opposed to GPS. It also prevents you from having incidents like the alley turn issue we had in Turkey! Ok I guess GPS isn't so great after all...

    We made the drive to ...

    The difference an "a" makes in a city

    A travel blog entry by superflee on Jul 06, 2015

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    ... an o or and a is added to a town name on a map or street sign. Don't even get me going on the signs in Greek ... It's like hieroglyphics. Totally nonsense to us... So we come into Kyparissia , a town visited by royalty and supposedly the last place princess Dianna was prior to her fateful Paris trip. It was a dump... Near the sea yes, but just an old beach town with some homes and restaurants near .. I guess there are some resort type things around but ...


    A travel blog entry by paneend on Oct 18, 2014

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    ... Ancient World. No one knows what happened to it - but pictures and coins depicting it do remain. We also passed the Pedestal of Nike, which originally held the statue of Nike, now in the museum. She would have towered over the "victors circle." The opposite of that is Cheaters Row - if an athlete were caught cheating - doping (yes, even then), bribing, not training for the year in advance, or quitting. Each one had to donate a bronze statue of Zeus - and ...

    Olympia ..what a lovely little place

    A travel blog entry by ruth.donald on Sep 06, 2014

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    ... in skiing season. We finally made it here just not sure if we where all in one piece so to relax us all down we headed out to lunch, then after lunch a little look in the shops told us Olympia.  Was more expensive than Athens. We then headed to the archaeological museum of Olympia that was really interesting - pity the Christians came along and damaged or destroyed the large statues. After the museum we crossed over into the archaeological site ...

    An Olympic experience

    A travel blog entry by msudenveralumni on Jul 05, 2014

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    ... demonstrated the richness of Olympia.

    It was a great tour lasting almost four hours.

    Then, a pleasant drive back to the ship, where we boarded for an afternoon of relaxing while on our way to Nauplion, our destination for tomorrow's tour.

    As our days begin to dwindle, we relish the opportunities to sit by the pool, or hang out at the Lido deck bar, and chat the afternoon away while watching the Greek seaside sail by.