Blue Bay

Ialissos Ave., Marmari, Euboea, 85101, Greece | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Marmari

Athens - On our own

A travel blog entry by kansonthego


... you can see the Acropolis far below. On top of Lykavittos you will also find a tiny old Christian Orthodox Church, the church of St George. We proceeded to take the funicular back down instead of walking down, before we pass out from the heat. Back to Kolonaki Square, we decided to have a nice lunch. The restaurants had a more mature audience, less touristy than the ones you would find at Plaka.And all of them had outdoor ...


A travel blog entry by julieparker


... an early taxi and we departed hastily for Athens as Julie was looking a little green. By the time we arrived she was a very definite shade of green and the black, silver and marble decor of our hotel was enough to tip the scales and Jules fed the pot plant. We had no problems getting early access to our rooms thank goodness. So for future reference almost throwing up in the foyer gets speedy service even in Greece. On checking my bags I found I had left some ...

'TO TRIKYKLO" Mezedopoleio -We love dining here!

A travel blog entry by greekcypriot


... place guarantees authentic Greek food. They are the ones who appreciate all the above.

LOCATION: This is our 3rd visit and we did come here because it is an exceptional little gem and we happened to be staying at a neighbouring hotel –The Athens Gate. The 2 other times we came to the restaurant we took a taxi but this time it was so pleasant walking through the streets of Athens in the evening. The wild orange trees were ...

Discovering Athens

A travel blog entry by ckv2009


... years! One of the columns from the temple had fallen and looked like a sushi roll! Construction of this temple began in 6th century B.C. during the rule of the Athenian tyrants, but it was not completed until 2nd century A.D. during the rule of the Roman emperor Hadrian. Later on the temple was forgotten and material from this temple was used for other projects in the city, hence its missing several columns. This temple is not to be confused with the temple ...

Croatian Exit

A travel blog entry by 3bybike


... kitschy trinkets. It was easily the most crowded place we've been into yet. It is comically crowded. Like Disneyland on steroids. But in spite of the crowds, it still is amazing. In Italy, Cristine and I both loved Venice and it's narrow, dizzying, maze-like network of pedestrian walkways, alleyways, and cobblestone dead-ends. We loved it. But Dubrovnik makes Venice look like a flimsy imposter. Dubrovnik is much more dramatic than Venice. It is ...


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