Kekrifalia Hotel

Address: Skaliri, Agistri, Saronic Gulf Islands, 18010, Greece | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Skaliri, Agistri, is near Temple of Aphaia and Vikos Gorge.
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      Ephasis & Patmos.

      A travel blog entry by jenny-peter-g on May 24, 2014

      12 photos

      ... the Romans. These writings make up part of the Book of Revelations. No photos were allowed in the cave, but the place in the cave wall where he was thought to have slept and rested his head and the smaller indent part way up the wall where he pulled himself up are now surrounded with silver decorated surrounds. Back to the ship for a late dinner and another lovely piece of towel art in the cabin to welcome us ...

      Am I back in India?

      A travel blog entry by bmenke on Jan 27, 2014

      1 comment, 7 photos

      ... called Socrates Prison. We went to the Acropolis Museum which was filled with statues and pots of ancient Athens as well as an excavations of a dwelling underneath the museum! We saw plenty of the ancient city wall running in different areas. The temple of Zeus was nothing more than a few pillars. We saw the archway of Hadrion who was like a tyrant of Athens at one time. We also saw the spot of a modern Olympics track, many beautiful gardens, ...

      Last Day in Athens... for now

      A travel blog entry by scycle on Sep 11, 2013

      2 comments, 34 photos

      ... way to get to, but the itinerary I booked included it! I’m not much for regimented tours with bus loads of people, but I knew that there was no other way to get around Greece, plus get some of the valuable background knowledge that would make the sites more enjoyable, without the tour.

      I spent the rest of the day doing the walking tour in the guidebook which took me past many old basilicas, a few extra ruins, and into ...

      In The Powerful Presence Of The Maiden Goddess

      A travel blog entry by anthonstmaarten on Jul 27, 2013

      4 photos

      Many centuries have come and gone since the Athenians ascended the Acropolis to seek the guidance and protection of Athena, the maiden goddess of wisdom, war and divine intelligence. Her status as the favorite daughter of Zeus, and powerful patron deity of the city of Athens, remains evident to this day.

      Expecting to be mostly drawn to the Theatre of Dionysus Eleuthereus, when I ...


      A travel blog entry by graceandgary on May 17, 2013

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      ... gave us time to marvel at the driving ability (or lack of) of the populace, as well as the huge number of cats and the seeming chaotic way of life here. On the way to the Acropolis we stumbled across the butchers market, I think we were the only tourists there. Needless to say Grace was not impressed, but we wondered how Jack would have found it! I think we would have had to leave him there. After ...