Hotel Bakos

4 Economoy Str, Peloponnese, 203 00, Greece | Hotel
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Day 18 - Peleponnese: Nemea & Ancient Corinth

A travel blog entry by bradborno


... earlier Greeks too. Having not been able to take any silly athletic inspired photos in Olympia – we took this opportunity to do so. We opted to skip lunch prior to the next site, in the event sites would close early today at 3pm.

Next up was Ancient Corinth, and sure enough was closing early at 3:00pm today. The Ancient Corinth museum held many great artifacts, and we had learned it was robbed in the late 1990's – the largest ...

Corinth, Greece

A travel blog entry by jgwart


... of building a road instead and pulling boats over the land on wheels. The actual canal was finished in 1892 and took over 10 years to complete. The temp is dropping here. Ate at a rooftop cafe overlooking the city on one side and looking up to the Parthenon on the other. Apparently weeknights are pretty slow here. All shops closing at 8. Guess there's no partying tonight. Off to bed early. Travel day to Ephasus ...

"Albert and the Lion"

A travel blog entry by seize-the-day

... at one of the most important and popular Ancient Greek sites!!

After the performance Nick came back up to join us with a hugh grin on his face! The boys went off to play tag around the the seats and Nick and I just sat taking in the ambiance and as usually happens when we are in these wonderful places I found myself imagining it full of people, dressed in their white flowing tunics, watching the actors on stage whilst the narrators deliver Euripides tragic story ...

Salamina, The Island of Closed Buildings

A travel blog entry by zimmerms


Mike and I went to Salamina yesterday. It took us slightly over two and a half hours to get to the island, mainly because it's legitimately about an hour and forty-five minutes away from the doors to our apartment, but also because we were lost with no idea how to get there for a good 45 minutes... We took the tram (which was actually a lot of fun, thanks to the adorable Greek children clinging to their parents for dear life standing next to us) to the main port of Piraeus, because we ...

Seeing the Historical and the mythical

A travel blog entry by krupnicksgo


... National museum.
We then headed to Sparta, a sad simple town in the plains below some spectacular mountains. We stayed 6km away in Mystras where we had the town to ourselves and stayed in a nice newly renovated pension in the center of a quaint village. We hiked the valley and in the morning fully explored the ruins of the Byzantine village of Mystras in the hills above. It has the honor of being the longest surviving Byzantine village, lasting intact until the 1700's. The ...


This hotel, located on 4 Economoy Str, Peloponnese, is near Ancient Mycenae, Mystras, Lion Gate, and Citadel and Treasury of Atreus.
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