Address: Oniron 2, Eretria, Euboea, 34008, Greece | Hotel
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      Beach holidays at the Grand Bleu beach resort

      A travel blog entry by greekcypriot on Aug 26, 2014

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      ... but prevented outside noise as well. Fine quality curtains of navy blue and yellow matched well with the interior. The suite could easily fit a couple with one, probably 2 kids.

      The sitting room is decorated with taste and the pieces of furniture are simple but at the same time modern adding a tasteful character to the room. Wardrobes provide plenty of space to keep belongings. There is a safe, a set of robes, slippers, a mini fridge and a huge mirror which is ...

      Acropolis & Museum, Korinthos Canal and Napfia

      A travel blog entry by brisbird on Mar 26, 2014

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      ... wild flowers and intermittent blood red poppies. The first structure we come across is an amphitheatre. We then climb up through the entry way to the base of the Acropolis compound. We get our first close up view of the majestic Parthenon - the temple of Athena. We are told by our guide that the majority of damage was done in 1687 when a Venetian General launched a cannon ball into the inside of the temple, where the Turks at the time where using the temple to store gun ...

      Under the Tuscan Sun

      A travel blog entry by katelynthoresen on Oct 26, 2013

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      ... images and Pinterest pictures look. Another dream was coming true! It's still unreal to me to think that I was in Cinque Terre. They are the CUTEST towns. As you probably already know, the rainbow cluster of buildings are perched right on steep cliffs next to the Mediterranean Sea. It's picture-perfect and a feast for the eyes. We visited both Vernazza (my personal favorite) and Riomaggioni. Unfortunately some of the hiking trails between the towns were closed because of all ...

      Athens—the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

      A travel blog entry by mickisc on Sep 17, 2013

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      ... electronic theft of our credit cards. Today, after paying for ice cream, he put his wallet in his side cargo pants pocket. It was a deep pocket with a flap and two Velcro tabs. He had a fake wallet sticking out of his back pocket to give someone an easy target so that what he wanted protected was protected. An old gypsy woman approached us and created a scene as we sat outside the ice cream shop. It had to have happened then. She was loud enough that Velcro wouldn't be ...

      Home of Athena

      A travel blog entry by emilystanton on Jul 02, 2013

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      ... has some of the finer details of the king's face, such as a mustache, and is said to have been made for the king when he died. After the museum, we finally made our way to the most famous hill in Athens, the Acropolis. How Many Gods Can You Fit on a Hill? The Acropolis is best known for being home to the Parthenon, but it also houses temples to many other gods. As we approached the peak of the hill, we saw a theater that the Athenians had dedicated to their god, Dionysus. ...