Hotel Ilis

Praxitelous And Kondilists, Olympia, Peloponnese, 27065, Greece | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on Praxitelous And Kondilists, Olympia, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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    Travel Blogs from Olympia

    Our Last Stop :(

    A travel blog entry by karenmorlock on Oct 11, 2012

    Our port today was Katakolo, which is near the ancient city of Olympia. We decided not to do a tour here, so we spent our time right in Katakolo. It was a relaxing last port day as we did lots of walking and shopping! We were able to enjoy one last Greek meal on the waterfront before heading back to the ship......more saganaki and gyros! Kristen and I did walk to the beach where we spent an hour enjoying a Greek beer, which tasted suspiciously like Old Milwaukee! This was a ...

    The hallowed ancient Olympic grounds

    A travel blog entry by pfossum on May 21, 2011

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    ... It was amazing to me that the Olympics were started in 776 BC and were continued under most of the roman rule until the 4th century AD...about 1000 years of olympics without stoppages! When we finished walking across the grounds, we went over to the Olympia Archaeological museum. That museum was really cool especially the statue of Hermes carrying the baby Dionysses which was almost 2300 years old and one of the first ...

    Exploring Olympia

    A travel blog entry by exploreamerica on Aug 08, 2010

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    ... of the ancient Olympics, also a UNESCO world heritage site. This was the site of the first Olympics in 776 BC. Every four years the Olympic Games were renamed in honor of the victor. The Games continued throughout the Classical and Hellenistic periods of Greece. In 356 BC, King Philip ...

    Olympia to Athens

    A travel blog entry by arigney87 on Jul 17, 2009

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    ... actually being cracked by 2 university students. My favorite part? That this was a female deity ruled, mother-earth worshipping civilization. It's a nice change from the patriarchal, male-domninated, woman-hating civilizations of basically EVERYTHING that we've seen so far.

    We stopped at this little restaurant on the way, when Allie (this girl in the group...) squealed and jumped up and ran across the room.... an archeologist friend of hers from Long ...


    A travel blog entry by jaywehrs on Feb 04, 2008

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    ... at best. The only hostel in town had a lock in by 10pm, at this time lights had to be out and all hot water would be turned off, what can you expect for 8 Euro a night. I grabbed a gyro & called my mother as the bus driver indicated to do when I got to Greece. This night I also stepped in wet cement, I have forever left a mark on Olympia. Olympia the next morning was fantastic, I got up early enough to watch the sun rise on Olympia, at breakfast and waited ...