Blue Bay

Address: Ialissos Ave., Marmari, Euboea, 85101, Greece | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Ialissos Ave., Marmari.
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Travel Blogs from Marmari

A day in Athens

A travel blog entry by kengill52 on Apr 19, 2015

11 photos

... visited the old Olympic site, Hadrian's Gate and walked through the state gardens. The also learned over lunch that a little amount of money didn't necessarily mean a small amount of food. We all gathered again at 6pm to catch buses and head off the the Athens Opera for the tour's welcome dinner event. Moving 530 people was a challenge but we soon found ourselves making a entrance, down a 75 step marble grand staircase, to a ...

Olympia to Delphi

A travel blog entry by paneend on Oct 19, 2014

16 photos

... 1400 BC) - focusing on Apollo. As at Olympia, over time it developed into a religious festival every four years, with music and athletic competitions - the Pythian Games. When Delphi became a member of a union of political states the Sanctuary was protected from take over by conquerors. Eventually no leader would make a decision without consulting the Oracle. (Unlike Olympia, pilgrims to Delphi were the rich and powerful, or their emissaries.) We met our guide Penny outside ...

Our one day in Athens

A travel blog entry by kerrycrawford on Sep 12, 2014

2 comments, 30 photos

... handed, but not from lack of effort. A short nap, and we headed out for dinner. We had made reservations from home at Strofi, which was rated one of the top rooftop restaurants in the world. Dinner was very good but the view spectacular! A walk back to the hotel, and we called it a night. We have to be up by 5 am to catch the ferry to ...

Temples and Ruins

A travel blog entry by vmckinley11 on Jul 02, 2014

10 photos

... would be arrested and imprisoned from here for "corrupting the youth" with his philosophy. Too bad for the Tribunal, his successors Plato and Aristotle would make it popular by integrating the newly accepted faith: Christianity. For a quick snack as we headed back to the hostel, we had to get the traditional Greek desert, baklava. It was delicious, especially with a generous scoop of vanilla ice cream. Yum! Up next: ...

The Adventure Begins

A travel blog entry by tayla.shepherd on Jun 05, 2014

14 photos

... on our way. I didn't quite expect to see what I did on the way to Omonia Square. Rundown, abandoned buildings are everywhere in Athens and they are covered in tags and disrespect. Culture shock indeed.

Once we got to Omonia Square we decided to get an open deck tour bus... best decision ever. As we traversed the streets of Athens our jaws dropped to the cobbled, uneven ground. I have never been in a city with so much character, ...