Hotel Inomaos

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

    Off to BC

    A travel blog entry by bruceandanne on Oct 20, 2015

    3 comments, 18 photos

    ... by Homer despite Homer often mixing facts with myths. Attached to this site was another Museum with relics and and carved stone from the site.

    Also at Mycenae was the Ttomb of Agamemnon. It is the best preserved of the "beehive tombs". Constructed around 1250 BC it has a massive entrance which goes directly into a large domed room. This tomb was unique in that it also had another small room attached which we ...

    Run, run as fast as you can........

    A travel blog entry by laceys.log on Sep 28, 2015

    32 photos

    ... Chris and John had heard from their guide that the EU had given money for a transfer station, it was used to transport the rubbish elsewhere and now there’s none left. So there were piles of it wherever you looked. Olympia itself isn’t a big town, main industry is tourist shops and cafes, and the ruins right next door. I think I expected to see more, probably like Ephesus, but it’s very simple, there are trees for shade, luckily ...

    The First Games

    A travel blog entry by gail.koff on Sep 27, 2015

    1 comment, 3 photos

    ... statues of the gods and athletes show movement and beautiful naked body form, and the Roman era where the statues are bulky with heavy clothing adorning their bodies. Interesting notation told was that the Romans liked to have statues erected of themselves and the statue makers would create many headless statues, waiting for a commission from someone and then create a lifelike head and pop it on! Mass production in roman times!! The Ancient Greek games were started in 775 ...

    Oracle to athletes

    A travel blog entry by pandar on Sep 29, 2013

    24 photos

    ... as we don’t really want to waste any time today. The last weekend of September is an important date of the year for the National museums in Greek and the sites run by the department of culture are all free for the weekend. So we could save a few euros if we get in this evening. We stop for fuel among the way and some lunch, and press on following the road signs rather than Joffrey, and get to Olympia and to the museum at 1600. We thought we’d have enough ...


    A travel blog entry by blakeman on Apr 18, 2013

    9 photos

    ... also have an enormous amount of respect for life as they knew it in Ancient times. To be able to be here and have an open imagination of life 2500yrs ago. A life without computers, phones, technology, shops, cars, machines etc, pretty much my imagination was viewing a life of trees, rocks & marble. And yet us in modern day life complain and whine if we have no mobile phone reception, or if we want a Macca’s burger yet we are a bit lazy ...