Kiani Akti

Address: 40 Agias Marinas Ave, Pórto Ráfti, Attica, 19003, Greece | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 40 Agias Marinas Ave, Pórto Ráfti, is near Vravron Archaeological Site.
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    Travel Blogs from Pórto Ráfti

    To the top and back!

    A travel blog entry by lowolff on Oct 01, 2014

    34 photos

    ... we knew this was going to be an out of body experience. As you are walking in, you are on glass, overtop of an actual archeological excavation! Too crazy!! Once inside my brain exploded with the whole setup. All I can say is look on the internet! We then walked to Hadrian's Gate (the Arch of Hadrian). It spanned an Ancient Greek road - looking one way through the gate you see the Acropolis and looking the other way you see the Temple of Olympian Zeus! ...

    Get Me Off This Boat or Lingering Expectations

    A travel blog entry by kim.orlesky on Aug 18, 2014

    30 photos

    ... right now. I know I am feeling overly emotional from the lack of sleep, so I decide for my own happiness I will go back to the hotel and rest. My mind will feel more relaxed and ready to be with my right here if it is fully refreshed. I get back to the hotel and the owner chats with me for a bit and offers to pick up my laundry from the place he recommended. That would be lovely. He then asks if I could join him for some wine a bit later. Although I am not interested in him in ...

    Athens and Crete

    A travel blog entry by marilynross on Jun 13, 2014

    11 photos

    ... original form it had over 1000 rooms. We went on a tour one day to the the East of the island and went swimming on a private island. We also explored the island of Spinalonga with the help of our English speaking Greek guide Maria. This island was inhabited by leapers for the best part of five decades until 1957. As part of our tour we also explored the beautiful town of Agios Nikolaus with its bottom less harbour. We hired a ...

    We're not in Nashville anymore

    A travel blog entry by dmatten on Apr 15, 2014

    ... we passed through the Agora and saw the Temple of Hephaestus. This temple was almost completely intact which made it almost as impressive as the Acropolis itself. We headed to the central market for lunch and got a very authentic experience from the restaurant in the meat section. Full, we headed over to Hadrian's library, which we had seen from the metro the previous day. Next we saw the Roman Agora and the spot where the Temple of Winds was supposed to be. All ...


    A travel blog entry by shaneandlaura on Nov 07, 2013

    1 comment, 28 photos

    ... There was also a exhibition upstairs of pottery and one display about the discovery of the shipwreck with the Antikythera mechanism (first watch 150BC) We hopped on the metro all the way to the port, Piraeus but there wasn't much there except for ferries and cruise ships so we got on the tram and went down the coast to look at the beaches. It was a bit windy to explore so we continued all the way back into town. We found dinner at a restaurant called 21 round ...