Ipocampus Hotel

Address: Ialissos Ave, Ixia, Rhodes, Dodecanese, 85100, Greece | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Ialissos Ave, Ixia, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Rock Sound, and Tarpum Bay.
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Travel Blogs from Ixia

Olympic Games

A travel blog entry by loza92 on Jun 23, 2015

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... aid room and track.

German Archaeologists are still digging up the Gymnasium in order to get a better understanding of the size and form as well as the role it held during the long history of the much praised Zeus' sanctuary and of the Olympic Games. Hitler re-established the Olympic Games and it was him that recreated the Olympic Torch not actually a Greek tradition.

Tried to race Dad in a sprint ...

Historical Olympia

A travel blog entry by twehman on Sep 08, 2014

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... the new Rio-Antirrio bridge which only after we go over discover is 12 Euros (almost $15). The bridge was built in 2004 and I guess they are trying to recover its cost ASAP. At least they have not sold it to the Australians yet (Boulder hwy 36 humor). We then came to a lovely town called Nafpactus which had another amazing Venetian castle on the hillside. However, it was easy to drive-up to and closed much to ...

Olympia

A travel blog entry by sue936 on Jun 26, 2014

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... a statue which would have their name and their family's name underneath, shaming them for years to come. We then had a look at the archaeological museum before heading back to the town of katakaoon, a town that exists solely for the cruise ship ...

Running Ruins to Resort

A travel blog entry by retiredgypsies on Mar 30, 2014

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... the athletic games were held, was 212.54 meters long and 28.50 meters wide. Except for a stone platform, the exedra, on which the judges would sit, there were no seats. The grassy embankment could easily seat 45,000 spectators. Victors in the games were crowned with a branch of the 'beautiful-crowned wild olive tree' that stood near the temple of Zeus. This crown bestowed the greatest honour on the competitor, his family and his native city, and could not be compensated ...

From the Aegean to the Ionian Sea

A travel blog entry by lizd2013 on Jul 29, 2013

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... bus. We drove first to the Corinth Canal, were we had time for a couple of photos and a toilet break. Then we drove to Epidaurus, which is the sanctuary for the god of medicine, the amphitheatre is now used for Greek Drama, the acoustics are meant to be the best in the world. At the museum most things were copies , the originals are all in the museum in Athens. After this we went to Mycenae and saw the archaeological site that was occupied since 3000BC. We went to ...

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