Ippokampos Hotel

Tombazi Str., Hydra, Saronic Gulf Islands, 180-40, Greece | Hotel
Prices starting from $116.00

Travel Blogs from Hydra

Hydra, boat , metro , train. Taxi and Volos

A travel blog entry by mrsbradham


... Athens without getting sea sick. We walk to the metro until the train station, grab a sandwich and take a slow train to Volos....OmG. Inefficiency runs every where. Caught a taxi to our Hotel, it's on the water, but a/c isn't real good. I think Parker and I are about ready to leave Greece! I need the correct ...

Cruising around the Greek islands

A travel blog entry by bevie


... is dedicated to, in this case it was an icon of St. Nektarios and then the Virgin Mary holding Jesus. The last two I think are the saints who scribed the gospels. Above these were a wall of icons. Apparently it is customary to kiss the two icons at the front of the church. On the left is St. Nektarios and on the right is Jesus. Icons are very important to the Greek Orthodox Church.
The icons often have similar hand signs so I checked them ...

Athens - Hydra -Poros-Aegina-Athens trip

A travel blog entry by keithfairbank


... and sat in front of the AC unit. It was beside the bar and did work but the windows are open. The staff were trying to catch a nap or break while everyone was gone, and they have to work in the heat which must be tough. We left Aegina about 6 arriving back at the port at 7:30 and our hotel at 8:00. We could hardly stay awake on the last leg and dozed off and on through the entertainment. Different local people said at 39 Deg C it ...


A travel blog entry by eagle10


... stopped next to me and tried to take photos of themselves by awkwardly holding the camera at arm’s length. I offered to help and they really appreciative that. They wanted photos taken with me as well. As I continued my walk, I passed by the stairs leading down to the swimming area and talked to young couple from Panama who were coming up the stairs (they said the water was nice, but cold). It was a very warm afternoon, so I’m sure it ...

Day Trip

A travel blog entry by mdaa


... ground and some solid foundations but it’s still cool to see the large size of the sanctuary and use your imagination when you’re walking around the grounds. Asclepius, the son of Apollo, was the god of healing and it’s said that he built this sanctuary to hold the ill. Among all the rubble you also come across a huge field area which was used for exercise and sports in ancient times. ...

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