Hotel Kouros

58, Vasileon Paulou & Friderikis str., Delphi, Central Greece, 330 54 , Greece | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 58, Vasileon Paulou & Friderikis str., Delphi.
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    A travel blog entry by lunarei on Sep 02, 2014

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    Today we starts our three day tour of Delphi and the Meteora's. It meant a 6.15 am wake up, but we managed :) Our bus picked us up from our hotel at 7.30 and drove all around Athens to pick others up before we changed over on to the correct bus for our tour (we drove past the round about near our hotel three times this morning!). Our bus consisted of English and French tourists so everything was said in both languages. I ...

    Who Says You Can't Travel Easily in Touristy Town?

    A travel blog entry by haysnoe on Jul 04, 2014

    ... of the site. So we made our way up and inside of the walls and followed the path between the buildings. Though a very few people came back to the town after the 1822 massacre, a massive 1881 earthquake sealed the fate of Anavatos and it has remained almost completely uninhabited since then. Thus, the buildings, all of substantial age, are in various stages of falling down, though many have recently been retrofitted inside with some metal beams to try to arrest the decay and ...

    Busy Site Seeing!

    A travel blog entry by carriewiepen on May 21, 2014

    ... and ancient building. This was also a small site, so we left fairly quickly. Then we drove about three hours to Sparta. We drove through town and learned about the war between Sparta and Athens. We went to the mountain side at the bottom of the fortification wall and hiked up again to the top. We were given an hour and forty five minutes to explore the huge castle. In ins antiquity, nearly 20,000 people lived there and built 15 churches within. It was more modern ...


    A travel blog entry by melliekat on May 19, 2014

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    Today we had to be at our hotel lobby by 7:45am to get picked up by Key Tours for our two-day excursion to Delfi and Meteroa.

    We didn't really get picked up, so much as escorted to a bus several blocks away. Here we watched a woman hand feeding a stray dog. From there we had to make a couple of stops before we were taken to another bus that would take us on the first part of our excursion to Delphi.

    Our ...

    Great scenery, not so good weather

    A travel blog entry by brenton-alan on Jan 01, 2011

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    ... top really tests your fitness. What spoils the Acropolis is the amount of construction activity. Anyway the view is worth the effort. It is mid-morning and the crowds are building. Forgot to take the umbrellas, and of course it starts to rain, be it only lightly. We visit the Ancient Agora before we grab some lunch. A 2 euro Giros is a great feed. The coffee from a Café called Everest is excellent. We walk through the flea market at Monastiraki. It is ...