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

Olympia to Delphi

A travel blog entry by paneend on Oct 19, 2014

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... s breast while she slept - to give Heracles godlike powers. Hera woke up, pushed away the infant Heracles, and her milk spurted up into the heavens, creating the Milky Way. (Other legend has it that Zeus himself was nursing at a she goat and bit and her milk squirted to create the Milky Way. The stars and galaxies are very visible in rural Greece even today -) We ate another delicious meal, outdoors at the harbor. Excited to have mussels here for the first time. Then back on ...

Greek word.

A travel blog entry by cjwagsy on Oct 10, 2014

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... side gate to the Acropolis, we decided to make things easy and go right on in. It's amazing. Unfortunately, as with most pre-Christian religious sites, it has been burned and torn down and converted and used to build other things, so there's not much left relative to what there used to be, but none the less it's still impressive. And because of its importance in Ancient Greek culture there is a huge a huge undertaking to restore the Acropolis, especially the Parthenon, which means ...

My big fat Greek food tastings

A travel blog entry by travellingshoes on Aug 25, 2014

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... only a 10 minute walk away from our hotel. We started off by hearing the history of Greek food and realised the difference between traditional and modern. The influences of the surrounding countries have blurred the lines and many countries argue over who invented what. We started with their traditional rusk Paximadia made from barley and moved through Loukoumades Greek donuts, the meat markets, spice and nut markets where we tried ...

Temples and Ruins

A travel blog entry by vmckinley11 on Jul 02, 2014

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... be inside to escape the 95 degree sunlight, but it was actually a cemetery. Not surprising to say we didn't spend nearly as much time there. On our way back down Ermou street we stopped to get lunch, which was more for the water and coffee than the food. After lunch we faced the heat and explored the ruins of Hadrian's Library and the Roman Forum. The former was unrecognizable since they didn't have any books... ...

The Acropolis and others

A travel blog entry by heather-jak on May 20, 2014

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Yes today we caught the round the city bus(great way to see the city and get your bearings as it's a hop on hop off bus where you get a two day pass you can use as many times as you like). We have used this bus in Singapore, Dubai and now in Athens and recommend it as its cheap and efficient. We hopped off at the Acropolis and although we are getting a bit jaded when it comes to ruins these are ...