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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Delphi - center of the world

A travel blog entry by jkeas on Aug 18, 2015

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Today we drove from Athens to Delphi to go to the oracle of the Greek world. We picked up a beautiful blue van (see pictures). After an uneventful drive through the mountains we arrive for a tour of the site by Penny. Penny's family grew up in the area and she was an amazing guide. We started thinking that it would be a 2 hour tour but we kept going for 4 1/2 hours. The kids asked great questions. The views from Delphi are amazing. Check out the ...

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.

Journey to the centre of the Earth

A travel blog entry by roamingfree on Nov 20, 2013

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... was trying to find the centre of Earth, so he set two eagles off, one in the far West and one in the far East and where they crossed, he threw a large rock down to mark the centre of Mother Earth - the rock landed and he named the place "Delphoi", meaning womb, the womb of Mother Earth! If he hadn't gone to all this trouble, Delphi would never have existed and we would have gone straight to Athens!! Now Zeus, other than being the King of all the ...

Day 1, Northern Greece

A travel blog entry by cdeal2014 on Mar 19, 2013

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... br> Dinner was a taverna with, of course, another fantastic view. The waiter was super stingy with bread, so that was weird and a first but the food the was good (I mean come on, as always) and it was a good time. We stopped at a few random small shops both before and after the taverna, and the keeper of one of them had actually recommended the taverna to us, but I didn't buy anything.

Like I said: a great first day.

The dolphin, the python, and the oracle

A travel blog entry by heathalessleofo on Mar 02, 2011

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... and defeating an enormous python with a thousand arrows. So that part of it is probably not 100% historical fact. No way a dolphin beats a huge snake. But, as early as 1400 B.C. the site was probably home to a prophetess. People came from far and wide to hear her prognostications, from farmers asking when to plant their seedlings, to kings deciding whether to go to war. And they paid handsomely to ask their questions. In reality the priests translated the ...