Hotel Fadira

Address: 2 Agiou Makariou str, Xylokastro, Peloponnese, 20400, Greece | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 2 Agiou Makariou str, Xylokastro.
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    A day at the Olympic RUINS

    A travel blog entry by ksirrah on Sep 03, 2015

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    Pretty damn hot. We docked at ------- and decided to take the train for 5 euros each to the Olympic museum and ruins. It was an interesting experience. Roy called it a "graveyard for rocks". However, it was a UNESCO site so the fact that it was somewhat restored and protected was fairly ...

    Xylokastro, bastard kotopoulakia, fish and ouzo.

    A travel blog entry by alma9000 on Aug 01, 2014

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    ... kotopoulakia. Mana Panos (Panos' mother) had bought fertilized eggs and given them to the hen to take care of. She (the hen) protected it as her own and now she (the hen) has her very own chicks. No father. I think they are okay with this so far. Picture of poulakia attached. We went to a quiet place in the dark with wi-fi and took pictures of the stormy sea. I asked Panos if there is a Greek saying about ...

    Delphi, the center of the world

    A travel blog entry by ericjon97 on Apr 21, 2014

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    ... world. It was interesting to go to the museum and see the ruins where the Oracle used to give their answers from the Gods. It was also believed to be the center of the world by all Greeks back in the day. The weather was so-so today. It was raining when I first got into Delphi, then it cleared up, then it rained again. The whole time I was walking around in the ruins I ...

    Temple at Delphi - Apollo and Pronea Athena

    A travel blog entry by lisaknitter on Jan 21, 2014

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    ... were even more cool things. One interesting thing we learned was that the Sphinx, in Greek mythology, has wings - I had never seen her represented like that.

    Many decorations from the treasuries and the temple are in the museum. One interesting example is the art from the Syphnus treasury. In the middle, there is a depiction of Apollo; to his right is Hercules. Also on the Syphnus treasury was the depiction of Medusa, the battle of Troy, and ...


    A travel blog entry by liliens on Jun 16, 2011

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... were heavily fined and vilified via statues identifying them and their families, stating their offence and punishment, which was done mainly to warn others. We actually got to walk through the corridors and onto the field of competition where this had been done for almost 3000 years. However, this is one of the only 1 or 2 things which excited us. While the archaeologists have done their best to present the results of their work, we are feeling ruin fatique as ...