Hotel Aphaea

Agia Marina, Aegina, Saronic Gulf Islands, 18010, Greece | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Agia Marina

Greece - Athens

A travel blog entry by jamesandbre


... to a near by cafe. After lunch we visited Hadrian's library, then the roman agora and out to ancient agora. All amazing places with so much history! The rest of the afternoon we spent walking around the tourist trips of souvenir shops and then through the flea market. After a brief rest back at the hotel we went out for dinner and then went for a walk to monastiraki square to see what happens at night. Great views of acropolis lit up and food vendors everywhere. We went ...

The National Museum of Archaeology

A travel blog entry by krissi.w


... countries having looted Greek artefacts in them. Where'd you get those mummies from, eh?) They had wooden sarcophagi, so they were from late in Egyptian history, so it wasn't quite as awesome as some Eighteenth Dynasty ones would have been, but still. They also had mummified CATS. CATS. no mummified falcons though. There might have been a baboon. It wasn't a very big section, but there were artefacts from all time periods. There was a chewed up looking ...

Let's talk about food

A travel blog entry by rod-naomi


... a delight to have this little restaurant just a few metres from where we are staying. The menu a varied so multiple visits are a joy. Welcome asian flavours. Such friendly staff.

Athens - Avocado. Like Nishta, this restaurant isn't just good because it is veg. It is a great restaurant by any standard. Every dish is so well made by people who care about food.

Santorini - a long hike to Oia is rewarded by rooftop late lunch of tomato ...

Last Day in Athens... for now

A travel blog entry by scycle


... way to get to, but the itinerary I booked included it! I’m not much for regimented tours with bus loads of people, but I knew that there was no other way to get around Greece, plus get some of the valuable background knowledge that would make the sites more enjoyable, without the tour.

I spent the rest of the day doing the walking tour in the guidebook which took me past many old basilicas, a few extra ruins, and into ...

Rome to Athens

A travel blog entry by me_62

Today was a pretty early start to catch the ferry to get to Greece. Our ferry ride was to be 24hours but ended up being much longer. On the ferry had a nice dinner of mos the drinks to celebrate Chantelle's birthday. The boat that night was really rough. Finally made it to Greece, it's a very different but interesting place. The view from the roof of our hotel was beautiful.bthe Parthenon looks amazing lit up at ...


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