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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    Travel Blogs from Xylokastro

    Xylokastro, bastard kotopoulakia, fish and ouzo.

    A travel blog entry by alma9000 on Aug 01, 2014

    6 photos

    ... 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 ...

    The joy of Dolphins

    A travel blog entry by kerenne on May 20, 2014

    13 photos

    ... Corinth Canal and passed through this marvel of engineering in flat calm conditions so we could enjoy the spectacle as we went through.

    At Corinth Harbour we couldn't find anywhere to tie up so we went on to Vrakhati where we found a completely deserted harbour. The outer end of the breakwater is sinking and the majority of the mooring rings have rusted away so there were literally no boats here. ...

    Temple at Delphi - Apollo and Pronea Athena

    A travel blog entry by lisaknitter on Jan 21, 2014

    6 photos

    ... killed. Delphi honors Apollo's victory, and the Oracle is called Pythia for that reason. The Pythian games involved everything from musical competitions to athletic events. There was stadium built for that purpose, which sat 7000 people and was 179 meters long (compare that to the 192 meters of the original Olympian stadium, stationed at the Olympic sanctuary for Zeus).


    When we were in the museum dedicated to the Delphi ...

    Centre of the Ancient World

    A travel blog entry by dragonrider on May 04, 2013

    9 photos

    ... of our drive. We drove through an area that is know for producing Greek yoghurt. Apparently the yoghurt sold in a small clay pot is considered to be the best yoghurt in Greece. Shall keep my eyes open and see if I can find some on the islands.

    We finally arrived in Kalabaka which turned out to be another fairly small town, although not as small as Delphi. The most memorable thing of this place, ...

    Apollo, mountains, and warm weather

    A travel blog entry by abalzer on Jun 30, 2011

    1 comment, 12 photos

    ... oracles are similar to our modern day fortune tellers.

    The other important thing about Delphi is it was a major site for statues. When people won competitions in ancient Greece their backers got the credit and they would often build statues to commemorate the victory. Similar to sports team owners getting the trophy in today's world. These statutes that the backers would build always had to be bigger and better than the ...