Hotel Hermes

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

Under the Tuscan Sun

A travel blog entry by katelynthoresen


... we went to the grocery store (where my expertise was helpful) and came back and cooked spaghetti and drank some wine.
The next day we slept in (I was woken up at noon...whoops...) and we drove a loop around Tuscany and stopped at towns to do wine tastings. It was a bit rainy and cold but a fun way to spend an afternoon. We ended the day in Siena where we explored a bit and had a delicious dinner. Monday was more of the same with the icky weather but we perservered and ...

One last night in Athens

A travel blog entry by reinapaul


... store holders who would take their products out and add money to the locker as a way of reserving it for the evening. Annoyed and tired we decided to have breakfast and use the restaurant's wifi. Anita (the sneaky devil) kept going over to the lockers to see if any would become vacant. Twice she came out running from the station warning of us of a free locker. Thankfully to her credit our bags were locked away and we were free to roam Athens one last time.


A travel blog entry by sheppa80


... due to an austerity strike. It seemed this was going to be a common theme for us and our time in Greece.

DAY 263–264 – 19/09/13-20/09/13 – ATHENS

As our full days in Athens were relatively short, we aimed to get under the skin of the city quite quickly and to try and find out how the Greeks are so damn cool and relaxed. To answer the questions we would have to look at three key areas; the modern culture, the ancient ...

Get Her to the Greek

A travel blog entry by mel44


... of his adult life in Canada and is one of the proudest Canadians I know, but he is also a proud Greek and I have heard him speak so much about Greece, and in particular Athens and Monemvasia, and how they have shaped him that I was incredibly excited to share in his 50th birthday celebrations in his homeland. Beyond this, knowing that one of Andreas’ biggest gifts is his ability to draw equally special and unique people into his world, I knew that it was going to ...


A travel blog entry by kieran.layla


... br> Over the next few days we went back to the main sites for a more detailed look. We went for a walk up to the acropolis. This is were all the temples to homage the goddess Athena are. The Parthenon is the biggest and most recognisable building up on the acropolis. It was damaged badly in all the wars and fights over the centuries so the government is now rebuilding it. They are using all the original bits they have and the ...


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