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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... home? You're probably wondering why we would pay money to see a movie at a theater in Greece. Isn't it in Greek? No, it's not! Unlike other countries (cough cough, Italy), Greece doesn't do voice-overs of American movies/TV shows. They keep the movie in its original format and have Greek subtitles. It was quite easy to ignore the subtitles and get sucked into the awesome movie. :)
Also, as you know, last Thursday was Thanksgiving! Obviously ...

The Olympic Games

A travel blog entry by lolfinch on Aug 08, 2013

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Today we arrived in a port town called Katalon, about 45 minutes from Ancient Olympia. We hopped off the boat and bought some bus tickets from a local tour company. They were only €12 each which was a bargain compared to what the cruise was charging for their tours. Once we arrived at Olympia, we walked to the Archaeological Site - this is where the first Olympic Games took place. It was all ...

The Original Olympics

A travel blog entry by robdidcoe on Jul 29, 2013

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We have a very good guide who is interesting in her explanations of the battles that took place between the Greeks and Romans or between the Gods.

As is often the case with Ancient sites like these, the Pyramids or other old European cities one marvels at how ingenious they were to construct the buildings that they did,at the sculptures and artwork that they created as ...

The cruise- an epic saga PART 1

A travel blog entry by mchawkrighttrip on Nov 14, 2012

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... mugs with a glass of water to wash it down with. The waitress kept asking if we wanted panna which mum thought was bread, but then we figured out it was whipcream and so of course we got that. It helped make the sickly sweet hot chocolate slightly less strong and even more decadent J The Italian way should be taught to every café on earth because once you’ve tried it the thick-like-a-melted-chocolate-bar way, you’ll never go back to normal again. We went in some ...

Let the Games Begin

A travel blog entry by kadishfamily on Jul 08, 2012

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... formations, including carved out tunnels and ledges that we drove through, and finally views of the sea. On our approach to Kalamata, we found a little bakery for a Greek coffee and Diples (cousin of the Loukoumades) and a stretch break before making our way to Olympia. A great sweet snack!

We arrived in Olympia mid afternoon, just in time to visit the archeological museum before an afternoon rest. ...