Celini Suites Hotel

Address: Marmari, Euboea, Greece | Hotel
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    Olympia to Delphi

    A travel blog entry by paneend on Oct 19, 2014

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    ... bridge is beautiful - and we had great views. The toll is so high (12 euros) though that some still use the ferries to cross instead. It was built to withstand all kinds of disasters - earthquake up to 7.0, tanker hitting it, strong winds, etc. (made me think a bit of the Titanic though!) We had a Coffee and Comfort break in Nafpaktos, just across the bridge on the mainland side. The town folk were out strolling along the lovely waterfront or sharing a meal at a sidewalk ...

    Greek word.

    A travel blog entry by cjwagsy on Oct 10, 2014

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    ... and ended up being placed with an Athenian archaeologist named George. The tour itself was just over three hours and took us around the outside of all the major sites, including the Acropolis, the temple of Zeus, Hadrian's library, the rock of Ares, both the Roman and Athenian Agoras, as well as the Plaka and Monteseraki markets. George was knowledgeable, funny, and smart enough to make the history he was talking about relevant. We learned some really fascinating things, but I ...

    Quick catch up

    A travel blog entry by shirley.wells.3 on Sep 03, 2014

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    ... friendly, not pushy to buy and very helpful. Great time to be here as it's the end of the season so everything is on sale.
    Really think Australia has to stop,being disposable and build things to last. The foresight of the Ancient Greeks is to be admired. They continue in that tradition today.
    Tomorrow we head to Corinth and guess who is the only one brave enough to drive.......

    Temples and Ruins

    A travel blog entry by vmckinley11 on Jul 02, 2014

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    ... center of the Greek periods; the Temple of Hephaistos, which is in the same style as the Parthenon but smaller (it is also interesting that it has been a Pagan temple, a Christian church, a Turkish mosque, and finally an archeological site highlighting the Greek features); and the Panathenaic Way, which was the main street which doubled as a traditional parade route that went from the gates of the city, through ...

    Thursday May 22

    A travel blog entry by drew54 on May 22, 2014

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    ... We spent a couple of hours here. We then decided to walk up to the cable car to the top of Lykavittos. At the end of the day, it was an exhausting walk up some steep roads and steps, but again well worth the effort as the ride in the cable car and the view from the top was breathtaking. We walked back to the hotel and freshened up for dinner, this time catching a cab back to Dimitrius' taverna. He wasn't ...