Kekrifalia Hotel

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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    Travel Blogs from Agistri

    Temples, Stadiums, and Hills

    A travel blog entry by andbrown on Oct 27, 2013

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    ... Acropolis means "end of town" in Greek. By end of town, they mean its the highest point of the city. According to myth, each town is protected by a god. There were two gods who wanted to watch over Athens; Athena and Zeus. In order to influence the decision of the people, each God provided a gift to the Acropolis. Athena threw her spear into the ground and an olive tree grew where the spear landed. Olive trees were very important to the ancient Greeks. Zeus threw down his trident ...

    Athens, Greece

    A travel blog entry by al-karen on Sep 06, 2013

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    ... snacks, salad, kettle stew with a tomato sauce and feta cheese, wine and lots of olive oil. Desert looked like a donut and had ice cream with it. During the dinner, musicians and dancers performed for us. Lots of traditional Greek dances performed in native costumes. It all terminated with a rousing rendition of "Zorba, the Greek".

    We left the restaurant and retraced our steps back to the bus and headed toward the port where we arrived at the ship at 11pm. All in all, a busy ...

    Antiquities, Indoors and Out

    A travel blog entry by nz2008 on May 30, 2013

    6 comments, 5 photos

    We promised ourselves a slightly slower pace today, and we followed through. We began at the ancient Agora, the ruins of the cultural center of ancient Athens, which sits below the Acropolis. The highlight for me was the restored Stoa, which is a kind of ancient mall or marketplace where people strolled and shopped. In the 1950s, the main one was restored by the American College of Classical Studies, and it is lovely. Some of the market stalls have been repurposed as ...

    The Birthplace of the Olympic Games

    A travel blog entry by rhodes0t on Feb 25, 2013

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    ... got to what looked like a warehouse district and all of a sudden there was a square with multiple clubs and bars. We walked around checking them out from the outside then he asked if we would go to a heavy metal bar with him. Obviously that sounded awesome so we went down a side street to a place with a name I cant recall. We headed in for a few drinks and some pool then we left to get some sleep. It was a terrifically unique night (which are always my favourite). ...

    The Fab Life P4: Adventures in Athens: Part 3

    A travel blog entry by ttpellicano on Dec 16, 2012

    92 photos

    ... the gate to check it out, and a woman in a little booth we hadn't even seen demanded that we buy a ticket before going into the ruined temple. The ruined temple was no more than some knocked over columns and minimal wall remains in a field. It wasn't worth paying to walk through, so we moved on.

    On our climb around the back of the Acropolis, we came upon a bunch of stray cats. When i went to Santorini four years ago, the strays were all dogs. It had been so ...