Address: Xylokastro,Griechenland, Xylokastro, Peloponnese, Greece | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Xylokastro

Happy Birthday Demetra!

A travel blog entry by tckontis on Aug 10, 2015

2 comments, 18 photos

... the monastery, the eyes on the icons have been punched out and scratched due to these invasions. On the way into the monastery, we passed an aqueduct that brings water from the mountains all the way into Athens - see photo below!

The next church we visited was atop the mountains on the other side of Domvrena, closer to the beach where we spent our morning. There, we visited a monk iconographer who is originally ...

Day 20 - At sea all day, not in Sparta

A travel blog entry by anthonydowell on May 04, 2015

A beautiful day at sea today. Max is still not well so I convinced her to visit the doctor. The nurse/receptionist at the medical centre went through her current medications in front of another passenger waiting to see the doctor. Certainly not best practice, we both agreed!  The rest of the day was spent resting other than we were invited to tour the engine control room which was very interesting.   Tomorrow Corfu. Hopefully Max will be well enough to go on our ...

Xylokastro, bastard kotopoulakia, fish and ouzo.

A travel blog entry by alma9000 on Aug 01, 2014

6 photos

... Later at night after having played a good game of cards, it's really a good game, but I don't know what it's called, what is it called? ...we took the father's car which had a funny horn, which sounded unstoppably though the streets of Xylokastro and we all went to a fish restaurant, psaro taverno, this is what I call food. Greek food. My quest has purpose now. Because the taverno had ouzo it took us some time to get ...

Why is everything so nice?

A travel blog entry by krackenrod1888 on Jan 21, 2014

The second day in Delphi, we casually visited the Temple of Apollo. The temple was massive and the area was well preserved. We walked around and received a tour of how the people would worship this god. At one point, we were allowed to wonder about the ruins to see how everything was and even exam where the held sporting exams.

We also spent part of ...

Journey to the centre of the Earth

A travel blog entry by roamingfree on Nov 20, 2013

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In the temple of Apollo was a priestess known as "The Oracle" - she was the mouthpiece for Apollo....like a medium. Apollo spoke through her. She became very famous and for centuries, Greeks trekked up the mountain to ask her questions and advice. Naturally they were supposed to give an offering in return. Can you imagine how many offerings there were.....hundreds...and where to put them all? That is why all these smaller temples ...

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