Letrina Hotel

Address: 74 Patron Street, Pyrgos, Peloponnese, 271 00, Greece | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 74 Patron Street, Pyrgos.
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Travel Blogs from Pyrgos

Olympia ..what a lovely little place

A travel blog entry by ruth.donald on Sep 06, 2014

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... in skiing season. We finally made it here just not sure if we where all in one piece so to relax us all down we headed out to lunch, then after lunch a little look in the shops told us Olympia.  Was more expensive than Athens. We then headed to the archaeological museum of Olympia that was really interesting - pity the Christians came along and damaged or destroyed the large statues. After the museum we crossed over into the archaeological site ...

Our week on the cruiseship

A travel blog entry by malloryharvie on Jun 13, 2014

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... we did not end up purchasing our cheesy cruise photos. We had talked about it but they ended up not turning out that great – disappointing but it was fun to do at the time.

During one of our evenings spent in one of the hot tubs, a man in his 30s wandered over and got in as well. He was really friendly and talked our ear off about his travels as well but kept talking about his "wife". He wasn't wearing a wedding band but we didn't think ...

Katakolon and Olympia, Greece

A travel blog entry by eliandvicky on Mar 14, 2014

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... the side of the road with no shoes on, it's pretty sad really. After about 45 minutes we arrived at Olympia. We started off walking around the Archeological site, all the monuments are amazing when you think that they were build around 2nd c. BC. We saw the gymnasium, the palaestra, the baths, the leonidaion, the boule ulterior, the south stoa, the south east building, the hetaechos, the crypt, the hippodrome, the zones, the bases ...

The Origin of the Olympic Games

A travel blog entry by lyz_lorene on Jul 08, 2013

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... and all went up to the top deck. Our two 'gangs', the Pharaohs and the cupcakes, had a dance/twerk off. It was funny. And later we even for Francine to twerk! But some creeper workers came up and were sitting on the deck staring at us. So we left. Later we played UNO with like 10-15 people. It took forever. But it was fun. Then we played a "Have you never ever" and we learned a lot about everyone on the trip haha. Then we went back to our cabins and ...

Pelo Trip Day 4

A travel blog entry by cdeal2014 on Feb 21, 2013

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... that it would probably be Karavas’ group taking three hours. We were right.

Tom led us on a tour of the site that had been Spartan and then Roman. As we walked we realized just how large of a site it was, which we hadn’t really been able to see from the bus. Once again, we were let free after Tom was done talking about the furthest monument that we got to—another stadium. Michael and Rob proceeded ...