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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      Let The Games Begin

      A travel blog entry by braught on Mar 31, 2015

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      ... also brought sacrifices to the temple of Hera if they had been successful in battle. The masks and shields were interesting. The most famous piece was a marble statue of Hermes that was in the Temple of Hera. We had the museum almost to ourselves. It was awesome. Off to a late lunch starving and exhausted. Wonderful food at cafe next to property. 3 of us had gyros and Sarah had dolmades . We rested, cooled off. We shopped a little. ...

      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 ...

      Monastery of Hosios Loukas

      A travel blog entry by bnnashton on Jan 21, 2014

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      ... Marmara. The many mosaics in the monastery may be attributable to an artist from Constantinople. Within theo monastery, there is one big church that dates to closer to the 11th century and one small church that dates to around the 10th century. In the big church, a large dome, around 8 meters in diameter, depicts the Pantokrator (the "all sovereign" Christ). This is consistent with other domed churches we have seen on the trip in the Greek ...

      Olympia the original Olympics

      A travel blog entry by lizd2013 on Jul 30, 2013

      22 photos

      ... erect a statue of him, on a pedestal inscribed with his offence. This was on the pathway to the gate or crypt that the athletes and officials used to enter the stadium shame, ensuring that the athletes knew the penalty. No married female could watch the events, a single woman could but could not be more involved. Rob hammed it up pretending to run. Next we saw the Temple of Zeus. This is said to have contained one of the wonders of the ancient ...

      Tea and toast with the Oracle at Delphi

      A travel blog entry by swissandy on Jul 29, 2012

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      ... massive mountain slope could defeat us, well. We did make it to the top, and it was quite worth seeing. Bloody hot work though.

      After the heat of the ruins we spent the next hour exploring the museum where all the various archaeological finds are preserved, and the amount that they had on display there was amazing. It's a shame you have to experience it in such a disjointed fashion, seeing the site and it's structure, and then having to fit in your ...