Domotel Anemolia

Address: \N, Arachova, Central Greece, 320 04, Greece | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on \N, Arachova, is near Delphi Ruins and Marmaria.
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        • Restaurant
        • Swimming pool
        • Fitness/Health center


        • Free High-Speed Internet
        • Free parking
        • Pets allowed


        • Suites

        TripAdvisor Reviews Anemolia Resort & Conference Arachova

        3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

        Travel Blogs from Arachova

        Busy Site Seeing!

        A travel blog entry by carriewiepen on May 21, 2014

        ... After dinner, we went back to the hotel and talked to another study abroad group from Ohio that was staying at the same hotel. They were physics majors and pretty boring. We slept very well in our beautiful rooms.

        On Sunday, we woke up and ate breakfast. Breakfast is still unusual here. They really only have bread and weird egg casserole kind of things. They have Greek yogurt with peaches or honey too, which isn’t too bad. After breakfast we went to ...


        A travel blog entry by bnnashton on Jan 21, 2014

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        ... Nike. The function of the Tholos is unknown. In visiting Delphi, I gained a real appreciation for the integration of the worship of the gods into the Greek culture and institutions. Making the 8 or more day trek to Delphi in Ancient Greece wasn't simply a matter of gaining personal favor with the gods or kudos from the high priests: it was a matter of the utmost political and economic importance. Without the gods' favor and wisdom, your ...

        Delicious Delphi

        A travel blog entry by robdidcoe on Jul 30, 2013

        ... The museum here was quite interesting and we spent over an hour here being educated on the period when Delphi was alive as well as seeing some extraordinary statues and friezes from the Temple of Apollo.

        Of course, Delphi is perhaps best known for the Oracle (Sibyl) through which Apollo spoke. The legend tells us that the Oracle was a bit mad or often in a trance like state, possibly from gases arising from the ground, thus the Priests of the day who ...


        A travel blog entry by ma_flaschenpost on May 23, 2011

        3 photos

        ... dead cat, covered by a chair turned upside down. A sudden emotion. A shudder. I suddently felt myself horrified. My awareness was confused. I imagined the alarm in the eyes of the cat, her piercing shrieks for help. A fear of everything, and of nothing. Whenever I see a dead body, I feel a sense of departure. And then a silence, that opens up to nothing.

        As we made our way to Delphi, we encountered many more cats and dogs, corpses like suits that have been left ...

        Death by Baklava! - HM

        A travel blog entry by heleneandsteve on Apr 05, 2010

        1 comment, 3 photos

        ... There are treasury buildings, or ruins of such, as well as various other smaller temples. The museum was really rather nice and held various artifacts illustrating the history of the area. Funny how you can see the influence of the Egyptians, Asians, Persians, and Romans. The one thing that this trip has demonstrated is how much influence all of these civilizations had on each other. Religions, Gods, Art and Science all got passed around ...