Letrina Hotel

Address: 74 Patron Street, Pyrgos, Peloponnese, 27100, Greece | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 74 Patron Street, Pyrgos.
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Travel Blogs from Pyrgos

Bringing a little of America to Greece

A travel blog entry by katelynthoresen on Dec 04, 2013

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... part of the excursion was running the Olympic track that naked men used to race on. We also had a fun time at the hotels playing cards (Phase 10!) and charades.
This week everything is wrapping up. Last night we had a Girls Night In which was a really fun bonding time! We are studying hard but trying to make the most of being in Athens and being together. I imagine I'll have one more blog post before going home (scary!!!) so until then, ...

From the Aegean to the Ionian Sea

A travel blog entry by lizd2013 on Jul 29, 2013

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... of Argemannis, and saw the beehive construction. The tomb is unique as it has a second chamber. Finally at about 3:00 we got lunch. After lunch was the long drive through the Peloponnese to Olympia, where we stayed at the Europa. The hotel was dreadful, our first room had single beds as hard as rocks, and a cracked tile floor - so much for first class hotels :( Rob got us moved to a room with a double bed, still hard as rock mattress, but at least the room was slightly better ...

Day 6-Olympia

A travel blog entry by megmac93 on Apr 14, 2013

... and people whilst Apollo was trying to stop it- obviously he wasn't doing a good job of stopping it. Then we went through the ruins of where the original olympic games were held. It was quite a decent sized area, nowadays surrounded by pink blossom tres which added beautiful colours to every photo. When we saw the running grounds it was only 600m which was tiny compared to what it is today! The platform where they light the Olympic flame was quite badly kept, ...

The cruise- an epic saga PART 1

A travel blog entry by mchawkrighttrip on Nov 14, 2012

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... the biggest adventure of my life. The gelato is so good it also just reminds you how lucky you are to be alive. And when you’re averaging at least 2 gelatos a day, you’re pretty much in a constant “life is good” state of mind.

The stop after Bari was Katakalon, the port nearest Olympia, Greece. We turned our clocks forward when we entered the Greek region but since we get up and change time zones so often it doesn’t really affect us ...

Ancient Olympia

A travel blog entry by cuk on May 18, 2012

1 comment, 12 photos

... through Kalamata and miles of olive groves. Some Olympic facts: The winner's wreaths were made from olive branches not laurels. 45,000 spectators sat on banks on sides of stadium. Only the judges had seats. They were referred to as the 'Olympic Fights' not 'Games'. There was only one winner, no losers (except for quitters ...