Iria Mare Hotel

Address: Íria, Peloponnese, 210 60, Greece | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located in Íria.
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    Nafplio, Mycenae and Ancient Corinth

    A travel blog entry by finnegan on Nov 08, 2011

    22 photos

    We began our day with a seaside Volkswalk at Karathona Beach. We walked to the town of Nafplio. This town was invaded many times not for its marble or soil, but for its geographic position. The Venetian influence is seen in its architecture and gelato shops. We enjoyed the town before we headed off to Mycenae.

    Mycenae is the civilization immortalized by the Greek poet Homer in the Iliad which was composed in the 9th century BC. ...

    Lost on the Mycenaean Road & Epidaurus

    A travel blog entry by finnegan on Nov 07, 2011

    14 photos

    Greece is a struggling economy. They joined the European Economic Union in 1982 as the 12th member. They became part of the European Monetary Union in 2002 and changed from the drachma to the euro. At that time, 347 drachmas equaled 1 euro. There is no industry in Greece except tourism. They are the only European nation that doesn't manufacture cars. The interest on the loan from the EU came due in late June and the government ...

    Corinth Canal

    A travel blog entry by finnegan on Nov 06, 2011

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    Today, we flew from Santorini to Athens. Upon arrival in Athens, we enjoyed a panoramic drive along the Bay of Salamis. We drove to the Corinth Canal. The construction of the canal began in the 4th century and was completed by Nero in the late 1800's. The canal was cut through the Isthmus of Corinth to link the Ionian and Aegean seas. It is about 75 feet wide and 4 miles long. It is 90 meters above sea level ...


    A travel blog entry by les121 on Nov 24, 2010

    1 comment, 27 photos

    ... for drinks sometime. It was great.

    But Ancient Corinth was a million times better. The weather was perfect, and our archaeology professor, who lives near there, met us at the site and gave us a tour of the ruins and the museum. We learned interesting facts we never would have known from simply reading the signs. We saw the Temple of Apollo and the Roman Agora. There are remains of a ...

    Sunday and we are now on island time w/cold water

    A travel blog entry by paleojohn2010 on Jun 13, 2010

    9 photos

    ... 8217;t exactly figured out the hot water situation but it’s an adventure. Did mention the house is air conditioned. Makes getting out of a cold shower even colder.

    I think we will wander back down to the Port today. Oh yeah. I promised to count the steps last night. I quit after 200 but we were only a few steps shy of the door. My new exercise program is stair climbing on exotic Greek islands.

    After the long walk down the ...