Hotel Milos

Agistri, Saronic Gulf Islands, 18010, Greece | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Agistri

Tale of Two Cities

A travel blog entry by brookskeith

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... at it, the most influential building ever constructed by human hands. It's majestic perch atop the small butte of the Acropolis lends a reverent awe from lower perspective. It is meant to communicate Athenian superiority instantly. The defensive walls shoring up the Acropolis' southern and eastern aspects project strength with attitude. I am immediately struck with the other two edifices atop high places I've seen which function to define a region ...

February 23-March 3

A travel blog entry by cdeal2014

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... had some really neat reconstruction drawings of how all the jewelry, etc. would be worn--some of those accessories were crazy-large.

Elise and I went to a cafe to study on Sunday, which was nice. The one I was thinking of going to, Maestro, turned out to be closed on Sundays, so we ended up at one called Top's, I think, in Kolonaki. It was more expensive than what we were used to, but, again, it was in Kolonaki. We ended up eating there as well, and we ...

Day 23 5th and last day of cruise.

A travel blog entry by mcgowan

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We have arrived in Athens this morning and our first job is to mail our extra stuff back. Geoff took off with one of the other guys and they finally got it done. W are just having a lazy day today and we are sitting in a cafe again eating and drinking. We are going to sight see when we come back, after our 3 days in Santorini. God we a flying in a small ...

Jeeves, My Swag Please

A travel blog entry by turner72

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... we had lunch and commenced with a free afternoon. First order of business for the free afternoon was to mosey into the commercial section of town and visit, among other things, the Troufe Chocolate Bar. I walked in, and basically that's approximately what heaven is like, just without glass in the way. The lovely counter lady let us try a couple samples, but eventually Hillary, Christobel, Jackie and I decided the only way to do the selection justice ...

Don't believe everything you read in the media

A travel blog entry by lucindafagan

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... the Serengeti, Ngorogoro Crater and then Zanzibar - it is going to be awesome :)

We then hit the streets of Athens. I really like Athens, with it's little cobbled streets, plenty of cafes and bars and some really friendly people. We walked up to the Acropolis, and as it was a public holiday because of orthodox Easter it was free entry - a nice saving of 24 euro. The acropolis is very impressive, the shear size and age of ...

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This hotel, located in Agistri, is near Temple of Aphaia and Vikos Gorge.
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