Hotel Dimitsana

Dimitsana Arcadias, Peloponnese, 220 07 , Greece | Hotel
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    The Olympic Games

    A travel blog entry by lolfinch on Aug 08, 2013

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    ... but you expect that when the first games took place in 776 BC! There were some archaeologists excavating while we were there. We saw the ruins of the gymnasium, the temple of Hera, the temple of Zeus, where the flame was lit & the old running track. Goldie even ran that 100 metre track! We were very impressed, it's just so incredible that people still compete in the Olympic Games nearly ...

    Day 6-Olympia

    A travel blog entry by megmac93 on Apr 14, 2013

    ... The service also lacked a bit, it was slow and he seemed quite confused...Lindsay didn't get his lunch until after all had finished! We then briefly had a quick look in the jewellery shop across the road which Aunty Lee bought an opal necklace in. We then started our trip to the ancient sights of Olympus, firstly visiting the museum. It was really well set out as a horse shoe with the main features in the middle. Though Yanas showed the group the three most ...

    Pelo Trip Day 4

    A travel blog entry by cdeal2014 on Feb 21, 2013

    12 photos

    ... off their ***** and wrestle, as the curved wall that cuts the stadium in half was in fact a Roman construction, made so that that the one half of the stadium/track could be used for gladiatorial events.

    I wandered around the stadium for a bit with some others before breaking off and heading back up to the top of the stadium steps. All over Messene there were people doing restoration/stabilization work on some of ...

    Mystra, Kalamata & Birthplace of the Olympic Games

    A travel blog entry by mezzaandyort on Oct 14, 2012

    30 photos

    ... of the 7 wonders of the world was sculpted. Other complexes you see are Leonidaion, altis. The temple of Zeus has only one column left which has been restored and re-erected. The stadium could seat 45,000 spectators and women spectators had to be content to watch from the Hill of Cronos. The Temple of Hera is the site’s most inact structure. We loved the site where the torch is lit each games and still lit here today. The games would only last 5 days ...

    Birthplace of the Olympics

    A travel blog entry by travellingross on Jun 21, 2011

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    ... the buildings r derelict. But still, I would never stay in Omonia again – we saw a guy pull his pants down and inject something into his upper thigh...all in full view of us watching from the hotel lobby; he then bowed to us once he was done!

    So, I said my goodbyes to the tour group that remained. I met a good bunch of people and not sure if we’ll stay in touch, but facebook is a powerful tool for this and u just never know. Tour travelling is a ...