Hotel Milos

Agistri, Saronic Gulf Islands, 18010, Greece | Hotel
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This hotel, located in Agistri, is near Temple of Aphaia and Vikos Gorge.
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    Travel Blogs from Agistri

    Temples, Stadiums, and Hills

    A travel blog entry by andbrown on Oct 27, 2013

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    ... spring of water came out of the ground. As you can guess by the name of the city, Athena was chosen. There is a temple on the Acropolis to commemorate this fight between the gods. One half of the temple is dedicated to Athena and the olive tree is in front. The other half is dedicated to Zeus where the spring is located. The main temple on the Acropolis is, of course, the Parthenon which is dedicated to Athena. Unlike current churches, the temples were considered to be where the ...

    To the Highest Hill (of Athens)!

    A travel blog entry by thejoaquins on Aug 01, 2013

    2 comments, 5 photos

    When we were in Athens with Jeff during our early days in Greece, Mt. Lycabettus taunted us as we roamed around the city or sat poolside at the Grande Bretagne Hotel. Before long, I knew I, and by default the kids, couldn't leave Athens without making the hike up!

    We had a later start to our day and due to the heat the previous day, had planned to visit the Children's Art Museum of Athens where all the works of art are made by children that have been instructed at ...

    Antiquities, Indoors and Out

    A travel blog entry by nz2008 on May 30, 2013

    6 comments, 5 photos

    ... and the whole thing is so breezy and cool on the hottest of days. Even the columns were made smooth for the first six feet from the ground to facilitate leaning against them. It is very easy to see how attractive it must have been. The rest of the Agora is still in ruins, with statuary from another famous Odeon and monuments to the Roman emperor Hadrian, who was nicknamed the "Little Greek" both for his affection for Greece and for a handsome Greek youth.
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    Greece: Day 3

    A travel blog entry by patickdb on Apr 04, 2013

    2 comments

    ... Directly south from Anafiotika is the Roman Agora. The Roman Agora became the main market of the city, taking over many of the commerical functions of the Greek Agora, which had become something of a museum by that time. The Agora also contains the Tower of the Winds. Its a tall, octagonal building immediately east of the Roman Agora. It was designed by a famous astronomer (Andronikos of Kyrrhos) to be an elaborate water clock, sundial, and weather ...

    The Fab Life P4: Adventures in Athens: Part 3

    A travel blog entry by ttpellicano on Dec 16, 2012

    92 photos

    ... in the summertime that the dogs just laid under tables and in doorways to get out of the sun. They were so mellow that they allowed anyone to pet them. The cats were similarly friendly, clean and cute. They are not afraid to go right up to people. It's most likely because tourists take piety on the cats and feed them; now they expect it.

    Today, Athens consists of (mostly) unattractive, low, grey apartment buildings nestled between the ocean and several mountain ...