Hotel Violetta

Address: 81, G. Vasiliadou Str., Kaména Voúrla, Central Greece, 35008, Greece | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 81, G. Vasiliadou Str., Kaména Voúrla, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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    Travel Blogs from Kaména Voúrla

    Let The Games Begin

    A travel blog entry by braught on Mar 31, 2015

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    Off on our pretty drive through the Peloponnese to Olympia. At one point we exit a tunnel through the hills and below us is the kalamata valley, at least that is what I am calling it. The valley was wall to wall olive trees. At our rest stop in the valley, Sarah and I bought olives without labels. We are going on the assumption that they were grown next door and also sold to big supplier that would put on the label. We also bought dried ...

    Living the Dream in GREECE

    A travel blog entry by cascademayer on Mar 09, 2015

    ... little greek breakfast items. We then left and visited the parthenon, dionysis theather, Agora, Agora Museum, and the Acropolis. Barton, Cascade, Kevin, and Tino, and I then hiked to the highest hill of Athens: Mount Lykabettos and could see everything! It was absolutely incredible. Cascade and I then walked back to our hotel, showered and went out shopping! We had dinner on our own that night and we got…you guessed it…gyros! Later we went to a ...

    Day Ten! Delphi, Greece

    A travel blog entry by timeicher on Jan 21, 2014

    10 photos

    ... The stadium is located further up the hill. It was originally built in the 5th century BC but was altered in later centuries. The last major remodeling took place in the 2nd century AD under the patronage of Herodes Atticus when the stone seating was built and entrance. It could seat 6500 spectators and the track was 177 metres long and 25.5 meters wide. In Delphi there are many treasuries. These treasuries contain items that Greeks would bring as a sacrifice to ...

    A Sign From Apollo At The Delphic Oracle

    A travel blog entry by anthonstmaarten on Jul 29, 2013

    9 photos

    ... The renowned oracle who communicated Apollo’s messages to the people, and the priests who interpreted them, no longer ply their trade at this once glorious place, but Apollo has certainly not abandoned his remarkable temple. He still answers the call of mortals here, despite the fact that most of us now live in a world devoid of the mystical and the miraculous. Yes, he certainly does. I have proof.

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    There is no spoon...

    A travel blog entry by shiiuga on Dec 06, 2010

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    ... at the site, including the first Ancient Greek bronze statue ever found in modern excavations.

    The story of the oracle is very interesting too, and if you're near a history book I urge you to look it up. My internet is about to run out so I will leave it at that. More updates, and definitely photos when I get to Crete!