Hotel Lemonies

Address: Filipopoulou, Diakofto, Peloponnese, 25003, Greece | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Filipopoulou, Diakofto, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Rock Sound, and Tarpum Bay.
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Travel Blogs from Diakofto

Temple of Apollo

A travel blog entry by brisbird on Mar 29, 2014

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... begin. This compound is located on an earthquake fault line and Penny tells us that there has been small tremors occurring over the last 5 days. There was supposed to be one last night but we didn't feel anything.

After walking around the archeological site we move on to the nearby museum. In here we see a model and pictures of what the compound is thought to have looked like. We also get to see items that have been uncovered during the dig, including parts of ...

Well, we made it!

A travel blog entry by kay_douglas on Oct 13, 2013

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... made it to Delphi without any problems, with Sharon doing a wonderful job of navigating the one way streets that are soooo narrow you knock the car mirrors on the side vegetation. Delphi is known for being the religiously sanctuary for the Greek god Apollo and the temple of Athena, so really interesting but really hot too. Tomorrow it's on to Olympia - hopefully Simon will decide to join ...

Buried treasure from Sikyon

A travel blog entry by denfrancis on Dec 07, 2012

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... one each side of the theatre, could not be accessed but i could see through one. The carved chairs of the dignitaries who would have sat "in the front row" are worn but almost complete. Ruins of temples are also visible and the site is huge! Moreover, it is in a large plateau, surrounded by open land, and this contrasts with other ruins I have seen, such as Olympia and ...

Visit With My Sister

A travel blog entry by travelmenu on May 10, 2012

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... with family & friends. I joined Kathy and nine of her girlfriends for an evening out for a birthday celebration. Kathy's sister-in-law Kseni gave me a cooking lesson on how to make a traditional Greek dessert. Kathy and I went to the Patras museum - very interesting to see all the local Greek history and artifacts. She also took us for a walk to take part in ...

North to the gorge

A travel blog entry by ukcat on Sep 22, 2011

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... and pinion railway through the Vouraikos Gorge, roundtrip from to Diakoftot and back. Another great mountain drive and we entered Kalavryta by passing an impressive war memorial. The locals had rebelled against the Nazis and the Nazi reprisal was the execution of all the males in the community (1,436 men and boys). With a memory like this a ...

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