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

Will It Tell Me My Destiny?

A travel blog entry by katiespellmeyer on Oct 05, 2014

... a little walk to a midpoint between two archaeological sites where more people recited more speeches and some presented a clip from The Eumenides. After they were done we walked a little down the mountain to an archaeological site where Dr. Hatlie and Dr. Freni gave lectures. The site we were at had a couple ruins (though not many) and was a place that was supposedly dedicated to the mother earth goddess. After the lectures here we ...

Consulting the oracle

A travel blog entry by lcmckay on Sep 30, 2014

... new favourite Roman Emperor due to his restoration of most of Greece. Next we visit the museum where all the statues, reliefs, temple parts and offerings are housed its outstanding how many offerings the Greeks gave to Apollo back then the sacred way would have been a sight to see when it was still intact. Next we visit the sanctuary of ...

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.

Holy beautiful sites we are seeing!!!!

A travel blog entry by angusjohn on Mar 06, 2013

1 comment, 24 photos

... an hour and stopped for a fantastic lunch...choices: combinations of squid, sea bass, pork kebob, cheese pie , moussaka, and of course Greek salad and Greek dessert...we followe dthis great meal by about an hour down by the water...back on the bus and then off to Delphi...see above and read tomorrow for more detail...

supper at the hotel was in this two street mecca...lights out at 10\;30...except for me :)

take ...


A travel blog entry by liliens on Jun 16, 2011

1 comment, 5 photos

... gyms of today) (BTW, the word comes from the Greek word for naked since they trained and competed in the buff), accommodation for athletes and officials, and more. The Greeks believed that health involved both a strong mind and a strong body. The games were also a means of bringing the various city-states of Greece and surrounding areas to celebrate not just athletics but also competitions in poetry, music and arts as well. Winners were accorded great honours, ...