Hotel Dimitsana

Address: \N, Peloponnese, 220 07 , Greece | Hotel
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    Off the water, bus cruising now.

    A travel blog entry by cwonholiday on May 17, 2014

    26 photos

    ... the reason I wanted to do this bus trip.

    We had lunch at a fabulous family owned restaurant that the family have run for more than 30 years, the father was an olympian and had carried the torch for the Munich Olympics. That torch is valued at €70,000 and is on display in the restaurant on an open shelf.

    We travelled on to Patras and a shopping stop that included olive oil (23 varieties) and wine tastings. Onwards along ...

    Bring on the Olympians!

    A travel blog entry by amyw304 on Oct 22, 2013

    6 photos

    ... city states and colonies – this festival gave them a chance to renew their collective Greek identity.

    The huge campus is full of legend and intrigue as narrated to us by the super-knowledgeable Maria. It was here in Olympia that baby Zeus’ father Krono tried to eat him! Zeus, as you know, went on to become King of the Gods and patron of the Olympic games. We saw the ruins of the gymnasium where athletes trained physically and academically in the ...

    Ancient Olympia

    A travel blog entry by cr_vanderwolf on May 19, 2013

    4 comments, 5 photos

    ... the arena where the first Olympics took place and from there runners carry it to Athens. It then travels to the place hosting the Olympics. You can see a picture of me in front the place where the flame is lit. Today there is an arch leading into the arena where the Olympic games were played. There once was a tunnel through which the procession of athletes entered the arena. There is a picture of Papa and me in the ...

    Mount Olympia

    A travel blog entry by blakeman on Apr 17, 2013

    1 comment, 3 photos

    ... a tourist, especially an Australian they love to find out more information on you, where your from and what you want to buy off them. They don't seem to like the British all that much though. They offer you many many bargains and I personally have not bought anything for the original price yet. Some Greeks can't speak or understand much English, but majority can speak more formal and proper then us Campbelltownians...haha. They are overall a friendly and intimidating ...

    Our Last Stop :(

    A travel blog entry by karenmorlock on Oct 11, 2012

    Our port today was Katakolo, which is near the ancient city of Olympia. We decided not to do a tour here, so we spent our time right in Katakolo. It was a relaxing last port day as we did lots of walking and shopping! We were able to enjoy one last Greek meal on the waterfront before heading back to the ship......more saganaki and gyros! Kristen and I did walk to the beach where we spent an hour enjoying a Greek beer, which tasted suspiciously like Old Milwaukee! This was a ...