Maleatis Apollo

Kosmas, Peloponnese, 230 58, Greece | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Kosmas, Peloponnese.
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Travel Blogs from Peloponnese

Mani

A travel blog entry by bruce.poon on Jul 27, 2014

1 comment, 6 photos

... turns. We lifted the hood and noticed the car was 6 years old. Anyway, we drove to Peloponnese from Athens. We drove through the toll road for 4 hours. 13 euros of tolls later, we excited a few km from Kalamata. The last stretch of the toll road was still unfinished. We soon got to Kalamata; the town famous for its olives. The town is pretty big in comparison to towns in the area ...

Beach & play

A travel blog entry by lisanasis on Jun 30, 2014

... Evening - walk to paralia, sat at dodoni - Freddy had a chocolate crepe. He said 'kopella fere Kati yummy yummy'. He stood up on his chair & broke a glass. Then said 'xehasame ton baba'. Then went and played at the kids play area. As we left he said 'kalinihta ...

Our Peloponnese Adventure

A travel blog entry by katherinecle on Apr 24, 2014

1 comment, 8 photos

... site with its own oracle and the enormous Temple of Zeus. The Zeus figure inside (long gone) was considered one of the seven wonders of the ancient world. We walked the stadium track, stood on the start line, and looked at the ruins of the 5 star hotel that catered to those wealthy enough not to camp outside the gates.

Just when we think we are getting closer to our next stop, we head up and over the next mountain ...

Quaint Spetses.

A travel blog entry by munchkins on Jul 03, 2013

12 photos

... gave us a small amount of petrol and oil mix, enough to take us back to Orca.

The Frenchmen asked why didn’t we back in alongside them and tie up to their boat until we rowed to the shore to tie the long lines. "Thank you" we said “that would be great”, “But you must hurry back before another boat takes this place” they insisted. With that we raced back to get Orca both hoping that the two cupfuls of petrol ...

Mysteries of Mystras

A travel blog entry by swissandy on Aug 12, 2012

11 photos

... which is nice.

So we enter through the bottom gate and pay our fee, pausing briefly to take in the spectacular views from the entrance. We pass through a second gate and we are in to the city itself. Mystras was founded in the 1400's sometime, and last as a fortified city until about 1780 when it began to decline, and it was more or less uninhabited by 1850. I would say less, as when it was heritage listed in the '50s they had to boot out a load of Greeks ...

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