Erato Hotel

3rd km Avenue Livadia, Livadia, Central Greece, 32100, Greece | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 3rd km Avenue Livadia, Livadia.
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Travel Blogs from Livadia


A travel blog entry by lunarei on Sep 02, 2014

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... museum. His face lit up again when we sat next to him the rest of the way to Delphi (I needed the leg room) and then he became despondent again when we got off the bus at Delphi. The guy behind us was an avid introvert and photographer. He didn't care to talk to anyone (though it turns out he spoke French because the French guy was able to get him to take a photo of them). The Asian couple at the back hated us because ...

Day 34. Dubai to Singapore

A travel blog entry by laurel.furphy on Oct 06, 2013

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... she got none. We were woken for breakfast about two and a half hours out, but neither of us felt like anything to eat. It was a quick exit from the airport. We met up with the guy who was to drive us to our hotel. It took about 25 minutes, along the road bounded by beautiful lush manicured gardens. Tropical trees filled with stag horns lined the road. What a difference from the browns of Italy and Greece. Once booked in we zoomed ...

Day 33 Disembark at Rome - fly to Dubai

A travel blog entry by laurel.furphy on Oct 05, 2013

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... passport control. At last we got to the gate and were lucky enough to find two seats. The boarding time came and went without explanation. Finally half an hour late we were seated 4 rows from the front, right near a screaming baby. The captain then explained that the plane had arrived late which caused the delay. 6 hours to Dubai. We both watched 2 movies and had dinner which ...

Day 30 Crete. Greek Island

A travel blog entry by laurel.furphy on Oct 02, 2013

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... by the time the meat came, we had had it. We did manage the sweets though. We moved on to another coastal town named after Saint Nicholas. This was quite nice as it had an area connected to the sea which was like a lake. Around this were many restaurants and was obviously where all the action took place. There were quite a lot of shops for Edie to browse through. After an hour it was back on the buses for our return to the ship. Our guide was a nice lady who spoke ...

Ancient Olympia

A travel blog entry by nz2008 on Jun 06, 2013

3 comments, 5 photos

... Staying at an abandoned-looking campground near Olympia (but with all-you-can-eat orange groves!), we waited to post this blog until we had internet access.

The next day, we learned after a long drive that taking a ferry to the island of Ithica wouldn't be an option. We're staying in a spiffy campground near Delphi (a major step up from the seedy one at Olympia last night), and planning to see it tomorrow. I'm excited!

- Sidney