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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      Visiting Ancient Athens

      A travel blog entry by my.scuba.tank on Apr 19, 2014

      ... edge, extremity") and πόλις (polis, "city"). We got there at around 11am and there was a long queue in front of us. The tickets are sold as a unified tickets with other sites for 12 € and you can use it for a week. You can visit 6 others sites several times but the stub for Acropolis is different, meaning you can only visit Acropolis once with the same ticket. Remember to bring your student card with photo ID for ...

      Exploring Athens

      A travel blog entry by upthecreek on Jan 02, 2014

      27 photos

      ... Year but Deb managed to buy gorgeous traditional greek pastries for us to eat. We had spinach pie, cheese pie, sweet honey rolled pastry logs, a sweet apple pastry and other items. With breakfast out of the way it was time to organise the days activities. We are located about 2 minutes walk from the Acropolis in a house that Spiro's grandfather built and in an area where Spiro grew up. This means we have great local knowledge. Spiro, Treen and myself head out for ...

      "We Are All Greeks"

      A travel blog entry by scycle on Sep 09, 2013

      2 comments, 30 photos

      ... work itself is impressive, but when you consider that the Greeks assembled the original 2500 years ago, you understand how advanced ancient cultures truly were.

      After marveling at the buildings on the Acropolis, I descended to the other side of the hill to look at the ruins of the Theater of Dionysus. Walking in this area, you realize that Athens isn’t short on wildlife. There are stray dogs basking in the sun, stray cats begging to be ...


      A travel blog entry by karina.evans93 on Jul 14, 2013

      ... next day and got all the information about the all inclusive drinks package and the excursions that you can do whilst at port. After the briefing we all got ready for our dinner at the Plaka Square (as I was walking there I saw two people from singleton who are always at subway which is pretty funny). We took the metro and then walked from there. During dinner they had dancers as the entertainment. I was talking to Janna and then all of a sudden she laughs and when I ...

      The tour rolls on

      A travel blog entry by brettandjane on May 17, 2013

      1 comment, 4 photos

      ... is underneath an enclosed roof that preserves the site as is and the sight of seeing this ancient half exposed village appearing before you like a full size diorama is quite something. The village itself has a history similar to Pompeii, in that it has been covered with layers of volcanic ash and preserved. The incidence of volcanic destruction apparently occurred not once, but twice, promoting me to ponder the thought, these ancient people were quite advanced, ...