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

Off the water, bus cruising now.

A travel blog entry by cwonholiday on May 17, 2014

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... whom live in Athens. 9,000 islands make up Greece, 80% of the terrain is hilly or mountainous. Although unemployment rates have fallen very slightly in recent months it is still over 26% and a staggering 56% for 15 to 24 year olds - presumably the prolific graffiti artists, I guess we all need something to do. With elections taking place this weekend including a vote on whether or not to stay in the EU, Fotini advised it was a good time to be ...


A travel blog entry by nicholasclan on Oct 15, 2013

1 comment, 10 photos

... By now we are starting to understand the layout of the town, much better. That means we only get lost every 15 minutes - not every 5! ...OK, yes, Dad gets lost. Never volunteer to be the navigator in Venice! Tonight the ship is staying in Venice overnight, but we are all to exhausted to go out again. The kids are desperate to get back to their friends and Pete and I have a relaxed dinner with a couple from Scotland and a couple from the States. This morning we headed ...

Nafplion to Olympia

A travel blog entry by ecirpnek on Jun 20, 2013

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... audio system. We checked in to the Hotel Antonios at 6:30 and were welcomed with Ouzo and nibblies which was nice. I won't say too much about this hotel as nothing could compare to last night's. Dinner tonight was preceded by a cooking class at the nearby Touris Club and after a sumptuous meal there was plate smashing and greek dancing where everyone was involved. It was a great night...the Greeks really know how to enjoy ...

Off to Ancient Olympia

A travel blog entry by jnight on May 31, 2013

60 photos

... adjacent museum which had a number of sculptures on display. We then poked about in town until boarding the bus back to Katakolon.

On the return trip from Olympia we were dropped off at the edge of Katakolon. It was reminiscent of some of the ports in Alaska, consisting primarily of several blocks of shops selling all manner of souvenirs, along with street vendors flogging their ...

Ancient Stadiums And Steep Tolls.

A travel blog entry by heatheravan on May 17, 2011

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The museum of the ancient Olympics was excellent too. One quirky story told in the museum was that a woman once posed as a a male athletics trainer to be able to enter the (men only) stadium after training her sons for various events. However, when one of her sons won the boxing, she screamed with such delight that it was immediately obvious that she was a woman. Thereafter as well as the athletes competing naked, the trainers also had to be naked ...