Dionyssos Nafsica

Address: Epirus, 49081, Greece | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Epirus


A travel blog entry by gandshorvath on Oct 23, 2015

5 comments, 46 photos

... is old enough to understand that they can only one big celebration per year, they usually choose their name day! Interesting, huh??? An earthquake in 520 AD is credited for saving most of what has now been uncovered. The ruins were covered in great amounts of dirt by the earthquake. Otherwise, when the Romans came, they would have destroyed everything. The Ancient Greek statues and sculptures honored gods, such as Zeus and Apollo. The Romans honored ...

Slip, sliding away

A travel blog entry by cruising2010 on Sep 18, 2015

12 photos

... I did share - even though I was ravenously hungry.

Went shopping, watched ships and dolphins and turtles swimming in the ocean as we steamed past, had our first formal dinner together, went to the 'stage and screen' live show at the theatre and tried to watch the start of the Rugby World Cup. Alas, they only had American college football! So we had a pina colada instead, ate the chocolates left on our bed and had an early night.

Olympia - birthplace of the Olympics

A travel blog entry by tizwoz on Aug 15, 2015

12 photos

The only reason for docking in Katakolon, which is a tiny town ,is to visit Olympia a large area which is still undergoing excavation. This is where all the young Greek men would exercise in the Gymnasium and then take part in the Games in honour of the gods. People came from miles around and camped in the surrounding woods in order to attend the games which lasted a few days. Only men took part and only men were spectators- probably as in all the events the men were naked. This was ...

A slow day at sea

A travel blog entry by terry-christina on Apr 27, 2014

... Explorer's Bar until lunchtime.

We had a healthy lunch, a sleep, then dinner and a cup of tea on deck. There were several land birds in the rigging, but we could see no land. Then we went back to our room and watched a DVD. A restful day.

Souvlaki and the Acropolis

A travel blog entry by lishinlondon on Oct 15, 2013

117 photos

... places on earth and I completely agree. Tomorrow I have two days in Athens to look forward to which I will be sure to update you on.

Me again...after goodbyes from the tour I spent the morning roaming around the Plaka District, for a market lover like me it was heaven. I felt like it was broken into distinct categories, antiques, leather, alternative, jewellery and souvenirs. I had a ball just roaming for hours. The alternative section felt like a mini ...