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

Running Ruins to Resort

A travel blog entry by retiredgypsies on Mar 30, 2014

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A major religious, cultural, and sporting centre, Olympia (named after Mt. Olympus, the highest mountain in mainland Greece and home of the gods) flourished from the 10th century BC to 426 AD, the year in which the emperor Theodosius II closed all the ancient sanctuaries. The Atlis, the sacred grove at Olympia, was devoted mainly to Zeus. The games, which were held in the area already in prehistoric times, were reorganized in the 8th century BC by Iphitos, king of ...

Cruise Day 2 - Katakolon, Olympia Greece

A travel blog entry by martineswann on Oct 08, 2013

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... of Zeus and temple of Hera then onto the 194m In length stadium with the marble starting line and raised sides. Archaeologists had to uncover the site under 2m of soil. Later we walked through the small town and looked at the shops with miniature statues and wall hangings. Amy bought a I ❤ Greece T shirt. Back on the bus to the ...

Ancient Treasures

A travel blog entry by dragonrider on May 03, 2013

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... took 8 years to put the pieces back together when it was found. The level of detail in the sculpting is amazing. The gown she is wearing looks so real and the sculpture is so graceful. It's just incredible.
The other sculpture is the pride and joy of the Greeks. It is the statue of Hermes of Praxiteles and it was found almost completely intact, it is just missing part of the right arm. ...

Last day in the Peloponnese

A travel blog entry by cdeal2014 on Feb 22, 2013

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... in the museum we checked out both the museum shop and the cafe before deciding to head back into the town for the lunch. Even with knowing that the site was theoretically within walking distance, it still kind of struck me just how close the town was--like, you literally exited the site and were in town, basically.

Something random that I realized part-way through the day but can't remember when: I commented on the fact that I ...

Olympia, Greece

A travel blog entry by trish14 on Oct 11, 2012

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... t much to see in the port area so we headed back early to the ship, and watched a movie on the big screen, read a little and napped a little. In the evening after dinner there was a party on the main deck. It was lots of fun...a little dancing and lots of ...