Hotel Hermes

Address: Agia Marina, Aegina, Saronic Gulf Islands, 18010, Greece | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Agia Marina

Day 46 - Athens

A travel blog entry by tiannarae on Oct 18, 2014

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... train stop we were sweating then we rode on a hot train for 30 min. Finding the beach was easy. Alimos beach is on the Aegean Sea and is public and free. The sand isn't the soft white sand we were hoping for it was pebbles but the water was so blue and beautiful and clean that you could swim in it. The water was refreshing. People watching was lots of fun. ...

Busabout- Greek Island Hopper

A travel blog entry by stephmac on Aug 18, 2014

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... The name it had meant it had been cooked in the ground, but I'm not sure it actually was! It was still tasty. The next day we all jumped on a bus and cruised around the various beaches on the island. The first stop was called black beach, because it is black! It is black from the volcanic rock. We stayed here for a couple of hours relaxing on the lounges in the sand. From here we went to the red beach. Our last stop for this part of the day was at a winery ...

Day 26

A travel blog entry by 4girls on Jul 26, 2014

... been in. After we settled in we went to reception to meet up with Jayde's dad. We all walked around the streets, had some lunch, then met up with the other girls to get tattoos. Claire and Jayde both got one on their wrist, Chloe got a ring and Lauren was just there for moral support. We headed back tour hotel for our busabout pre departure meeting which wasn't very informational so we headed back to the streets for ...

Athens Through the Ages

A travel blog entry by karatedude99999 on Jul 04, 2014

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... destination was the Agora, the beating heart of ancient Athens.

The word Agora literally translates to meeting place, and was the centre of a persons social life in ancient times. The Agora hosted political events, military training, marketplaces and was even a place where citizens could exercise, or discuss the news of the day. The Agora was also used for ostracism, a strange tradition of ancient Athens in which citizens could be voted out of the city.

Easter in Athens

A travel blog entry by my.scuba.tank on Apr 20, 2014

... be opened for an even longer hours on holidays and streets will be crowded with people, locals and tourists alike. In Europe, it's a complete opposite approach, it seems. Romain said that it is because in Europe, employers have to pay a lot of tax for employing workers and they cannot afford to pay them more salary to work on holiday, whereas in Singapore, people are paid twice the salary to work on public holidays to encourage them to ...

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