Fedriades Delphi Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... were amazing. Eventually we reached Delphi where it was time to get of and go find my hotel. This was not to difficult as my hotel was just on the main road. I got checked in and just relaxed and enjoyed the view out of my hotel.
At night I decide to go for a walk and get some dinner before I headed back to the hotel to relax for a wee while before sleep as the next day would be a long one.
... ran up the hill and carried our luggage to the hotel on the other side. There was a beautiful view overlooking the sea and Italian town. He let us in our room. We were amazed. The entire room was made of stone, the floors, the walls, the steps. The beds were comfy, the shower was a normal size, and there was enough room to lay out our suitcases and still walk around! All ten of us were running around the outdoor hotel like children touring our rooms. We dressed up for ...
We finally pulled away from Highlands around 10:45 am. The weather was sunny in spite of the forecast. We drove to I-40 to Knoxville picked up I-75 to Lexington, went west to Louisville and then north to Lafayette Indiana. Over 500 miles was enough for one ...
Lafayette is a relatively big town for Indiana standards and has a rich history dating back to well before Australia even existed. Learning about the plights of the American Indians in their quest to maintain their lifestyle and culture during the 1800s was eye opening to say the least. Our time in Lafayette was spent at the Tippecanoe Battlefield, the sight of one of the major battles between the Indians and the white Americans in the early 1800s. Learning about what unfolded ...
... Apollo and the other to Athena. The museum in Delphi houses what has survived of the vast number of dedications that adorned the Panhellenic Delphic sanctuary: bronze vessels, figurines, statues, architectural sculptures from the temples and treasuries, and minor artworks made of precious materials such as gold, silver and ivory. We had travelled northwest from Athens to get to Delphi (in upper central ...