Hotel Dimitsana

Address: Dimitsana Arcadias, Peloponnese, 220 07 , Greece | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Dimitsana Arcadias, Peloponnese.
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    Olympia Historical site and Museum

    A travel blog entry by brisbird on Mar 28, 2014

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    ... quarters. We are given the opportunity to walk amongst the ruins. We stand on the spot where the torch on the modern Olympics is lit every 4 years next to Hera's altar out the front of Hera's temple. We are told by our guide Nikki that the very first time the torch was lit for the modern Olympics was for the 1936 Hitler games - supposed to signify unification but his walking out of the stadium after Jesse Owens win was more or less a slap in the face of the Olympic meaning. ...

    Oracle to athletes

    A travel blog entry by pandar on Sep 29, 2013

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    ... as we don’t really want to waste any time today. The last weekend of September is an important date of the year for the National museums in Greek and the sites run by the department of culture are all free for the weekend. So we could save a few euros if we get in this evening. We stop for fuel among the way and some lunch, and press on following the road signs rather than Joffrey, and get to Olympia and to the museum at 1600. We thought we’d have enough ...

    Birthplace of the Olympics

    A travel blog entry by dragonrider on May 02, 2013

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    ... of the Temple of Zeus. Pelops was a prince from Lydia in Asia Minor who sought the hand of Hippodamia, the daughter of King Oinomaos of Pisa. Oinomaos challenged his daughter's suitors to a chariot race under the guarantee that any young man who won the chariot race could have Hippodamia as a wife. Any young man who lost the race would be beheaded, and the heads would be used as decoration for the palace of Oinomaos. With the help of ...

    Last day in the Peloponnese

    A travel blog entry by cdeal2014 on Feb 22, 2013

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    ... Try these, " he said. "They're fried dough in honey, they're really good and these ones were just made". Well of course we knew what they were, and demolished them pretty rapidly. They added a platter of them to the buffet line, too (that we also took advantage of), but we were the only ones to get a full thing to ourselves. Waking up early on group trips is my new life strategy.

    The only thing on the agenda for Saturday was going to ...

    Greece the word!!!

    A travel blog entry by jannaiman on Oct 04, 2012

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    ... B.C. Every four years the Greeks had contests for only 5 days, that at first only the Greek men competed in. Eventually they allowed Romans and later women to participate. All hostilities between the Greeks and their enemies were suspended in honor of the games. We saw the exact spot the Olympic torch was lit and ...