Hotel Fthia

Address: 5. Adr. Papadreou Str., Lamia, Central Greece, 35 100, Greece | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 5. Adr. Papadreou Str., Lamia.
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Travel Blogs from Lamia

Living the Dream in GREECE

A travel blog entry by cascademayer on Mar 09, 2015

... relay race, which were fun, although I didn’t wear my tennis shoes so that was unfortunate! We went back to the hotel after this for lunch and then loaded the buses and departed for Patras, where we would soon board the ferry and head home to Italy. Not before checking out the Church of Saint Andrew, which was a great last stop in Greece!

All in all, the Greece trip was absolutely amazing. Delphi was most definitely my favorite city in Greece, ...

Thermopylae and King Leonidas

A travel blog entry by alexvarelas on Sep 22, 2014

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... Persian War at the museum.

After that we drove to Lamia to visit Dad's Auntie Vasilia. She didn't speak much english, but she made us yummy chips and kept trying to feed us. We ate chocolates and watermelon as well. We stayed for a couple of hours and then hit the road for Thessaloniki.

Return from the Ionian to the Aegean Sea

A travel blog entry by lizd2013 on Jul 31, 2013

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... the Oracle, who predicted futures. Above the temple is the theatre and above that the stadium where Apollo held a version of the Olympic Games. Then to the museum (after a break in the cafeteria and museum shop ) Saw the famous charioteer statue. Can't take photos, but fantastic things from the site were here. Lunch Down the hill from Delphi - it was dreadful, the restaurant made us sit on the unair-conditioned enclosed verandah, the heat made us all cranky and feel sick, one of the ...

He was named Ben. So we called him Ben.

A travel blog entry by awesomed on Dec 26, 2010

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... is so named because, according to legend, the god Apollo first came to this place in the form of a dolphin, carrying priests from Crete on his back. Delphi was the site of the Delphi oracle, the most important oracle in the ancient Greek world. People from all over Greece came to Delphi to consult with the oracle on everything. Delphi is also a major site of worship for Apollo. He killed the great Python and protected ...

The Land of All Things Ancient

A travel blog entry by mdaa on Nov 20, 2009

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... it that Apollo slew the Python, taking over the area from the mother of the gods. (And as I mentioned earlier, pilgrims cleansed themselves here before seeing the oracle.) The Sanctuary of Athena was pretty impressive too. It’s just a temple area where Athena was worshipped (c. 380 B.C.) but because its columns were reconstructed, it looks a lot like it would have looked back in the day. Our last site in Delphi was the practice field. We were allowed to walk on them, ...