Hotel Esperides

Kalithea, Halkidiki, Macedonia Region, Greece | Hotel

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A travel blog entry by pbradham


We woke up around 7 to try and beat the heat and the crowds. I got us a but lost when we made our way to the Acropolis. Luckily when we got there, not that many people were present. It was an awesome your even when the Partheon was under reconstruction. After that we walked through the ancient agora for about an hour. We took a quick break to recover from the heat and walking and went into the Acropolis museum. After spending ...

Athens, day 2.

A travel blog entry by kimanddarryl


... sights to visit. It is a wonderful city, very clean and we'll set out. Traffic is not bad. Hardly any cars, just motor bikes, taxis and public transport. Many streets are for pedestrians only, a real benefit as a lot are very narrow. The people are very friendly, can speak a bit of English, and, most have a relative living in Australia! On the move again tomorrow. We are catching the ferry to ...


A travel blog entry by winkie


... hour (after I got a call to say the return trip would be an hour later) looking at and booking accommodation for Santorini, Rome and Turin, and just general information on where everything sat. I had a huge chicken salad for lunch. The boat was even later to pick me up was meant to arrive at 630pm but didn't get in till 720pm. Back to Poros for more amazing ...

Athens, Greece

A travel blog entry by stephen.glenda


... drove by the Prime Minister’s Residence (Maximou Mansion), the former Royal Palace, today the Presidential Mansion and the House of Parliament with the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. Here we stopped for an elaborate show of the Changing of the Guard. It was pretty cool to watch them scuff their feet with each step. We then continued on our tour driving up to the highest point of Athens to Lycabettus Hill which offered the best 360 degree panoramic view of Athens. It ...


A travel blog entry by jonnystravels


... I ended up on a ferry to Naxos. The ferries are pretty nice, not like the ones I'm used to from south east Asia or Africa. S later that night, my shipped pulled in to Naxos harbor. Having no plan, research, guidebook, or reservation, I headed off into town, bypassing all the people with signs trying to rent rooms. To get my bearings, I sat down at a seaside cafe (or bar) to gain some info from the locals. After a little time, armed with my newfound knowledge,mi ...


This hotel, located in Kalithea, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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