Kanellakis Hotel

Address: Paralia, Kiparissia, Peloponnese, Greece | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Paralia, Kiparissia.
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    Travel Blogs from Kiparissia

    Kyparissia Later Alligator

    A travel blog entry by mike_erin on Nov 24, 2013

    2 comments, 17 photos

    ... property for vacationers so it is very well appointed and feels like home!) Work has gone well. Mike has learned a ton of new skills like how to trench, build concrete walls, run irrigation lines, plaster and even install a fire place. I have just been painting but I don't mind as the house sits at the foot of a mountain with a great view of the sea. Rod is happy to teach Mike all he knows about construction while Bernadette feeds us better than we eat at home every meal. The weight ...

    This... is.. SPARTAAAA!

    A travel blog entry by fatdamien on Aug 04, 2013


    ... this to signify that I was a travel writer dong a report on them, so they furnished me with lots of slaps on the back and free dessert to sweeten both my pallet and my review. The day before it was a glass of wine. Needless to say I didn't disabuse them of this notion, mostly because I don't speak a word of Greek and I was hesitant to strain the waiter's English any further after my "There's a Hare in my rabbit ragu" joke flopped disastrously.


    A detour to Sparta (Sparti)

    A travel blog entry by mezzaandyort on Oct 12, 2012

    9 photos

    ... of the car, I would not of been able to get out and help Troy navigate out of this tight spot. I was freaking out and I was watching the side of the car as Troy carefully (I don’t know how he did it) as I am not exaggerating he missed the wall on my side by only millimetres, luckily we did not scrape the side of the car. Troy was pretty bloody nervous and so was I. Well we just not used to such tight roads. By now we were both quite ...

    Climbing the Family Tree

    A travel blog entry by swissandy on Aug 10, 2012

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... who it was. She managed to ring her son George who is a lawyer in Athens and I spoke to him briefly in English, hoping he could convey a few things back to her.

    In the end it wasn't important what we said, or what we didn't say, but I think meeting her and seeing the house and the village was an important thing for me to do. My mission now is to learn to speak Greek fluently so I can return there again, and maybe order more than just a beer and the bills, parakalo.

    Between the mountains

    A travel blog entry by denfrancis on Mar 20, 2011

    5 photos

    ... Pylos after lunch so that I could catch the 4.30 bus to Kyparissia - the first time I've made the journey there by bus. I had stayed in the town, near the station, in 1997 and since then have only passed through it a couple of times. I remembered a beautiful large church which seemed new and a town square, but not the coast.

    After a week of dry weather it started to rain on the ...