Costantonia Holiday Apartments

Address: Agia Marina Centre, Agia Marina, Aegina, Saronic Gulf Islands, 18010 , Greece | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Agia Marina Centre, Agia Marina.
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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 ...

      The Beautiful Athens

      A travel blog entry by lunarei on Aug 30, 2014

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      ... Exhibition and Congress Hall (we didn't enter this building). On the other side of the road (again literally) was the Panathinaikon Stadium. This is the place where the first ever modern Olympics was held ( in 1896 we were told). It was an impressive stadium. Very much like the old ones - ovular in shape. I tried to buy a 3D post card here but to no avail. The one I wanted was all sold out and the others aren't worth the euro so I let it be. We ...


      A travel blog entry by chelsear on Aug 02, 2014

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      ... the boys were staying, a slightly dodgier area of Athens. Their hostel was unassuming from the outside but had a cosy inside area, a kitchen (albeit with ventilation issues) and a famous rooftop bar with spectacular views of the Acropolis lit up at night. We did spend most of our evening in the kitchen, discussing travels (theirs not mine), playing 'most likely' and drinking the local spirit Ouzo (which is 40% alcohol, tastes like licorice and ...

      It's All Greek to Me

      A travel blog entry by karatedude99999 on Jul 05, 2014

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      ... as generally customer service in Europe is quite poor compared to back home.

      As we sat there, eating our breakfast, a local man was throwing a ball for his dog. When it was time to go, the dog didn't want to leave, and did the same thing that my dog Venus does when she doesn't want to leave the park: stand just out of reach and chew the tennis ball. I guess Greek dogs are just like Canadian dogs. The park was full of locals enjoying their Saturday. An old Yia ...


      A travel blog entry by melliekat on May 18, 2014

      1 comment, 14 photos

      ... shops.

      I was surprised that we needed to climb up residential streets in order to get to the Acropolis. When we finally made it, we found the price was right…free today. We toured around the ancient Partheon and also the ancient city of Agora. It is amazing how old the structures are.

      When we’d had enough (and it was getting hot), we went back to the Plaka to shop.