Club Hotel Iliochari

Agii Theodori, Corinth, Peloponnese, 20003, Greece | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Corinth

Last Day in Greece

A travel blog entry by madtram93


... time.Corinth contains many interesting facts and was a very important city to ancient Greeks and Romans. We stood by the bema of Corinth, where St. Paul once spoke, and sang "Sing Me to Heaven." It was a bit rough and we did not sound confident, but we received a compliment from some by standers so that is always nice. After we left Corinth we stopped to see the Corinth Canal and then returned to Athens and ate lunch at Vyzantio Restaurant. The ...

Ancient Corinth

A travel blog entry by travelintommy


... that he did!

In ancient times, by the 7th century BC, Corinth was a wealthy, decadent city located on a key international trade route. The acropolis of Corinth was dedicated to the goddess of beauty, Aphrodite. Paul spent 18 months in Corinth on his second journey. He was taken to the Bema (elevated step) to be accused, but was then released by Gallio. We listened to David teach while sitting among the ruins.


Corinth and the Canal

A travel blog entry by angmarks


... and we didn't want to leave! We walked through old Corinth with our tour guide while she explained to us all the different legends of the city and where the shops used to be and whatnot, very interesting. There were so many stray dogs! It was a little bit saddening to see :( the views were spectacular! After a couple hours there we jumped back on the bus and headed toward the Corinth Canal, we were transferred onto a boat ...

Supplemental # 2: A Word on Sources

A travel blog entry by brookskeith

... University Press, 2003, as my primary field text. Fleming's work is more theologically reflective which is surprising coming from an archeologist! Fant and Reddish (both from Stetson in my native state of Florida) provide a well organized and exhaustive review of each site which was invaluable as I hiked over, under and through the ancient world with them at hand; these sites are large and can be confusing and time-consuming without good guidance in hand.

Corinth #1: Isthmus be my lucky day!

A travel blog entry by brookskeith


... marine commerce from the west through the Ionian Sea and the Gulf of Corinth (i.e. the Italian peninsula, Spain, Sicily and Africa) over the constrictive isthmus to the east by way of the Aegean Sea and the Saronic Gulf (i.e. Athens, Anatolia and beyond). This feat was first accomplished by an overland route of portaging smaller vessels on large rolling logs over the isthmus, or off-loading the freight of larger transports to move it overland while the ...


This hotel is located in the Capitol Hill NE/SE area of Corinth.
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