Nausica Bungalows

Address: 55 Kazantzaki, Aegina, Saronic Gulf Islands, 18010, Greece | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 55 Kazantzaki, Aegina, is near Temple of Aphaia and Vikos Gorge.
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Travel Blogs from Aegina


A travel blog entry by sandysymonds on Sep 03, 2014

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I have just awoken to Wednesday mass bells ringing- love that haunting clanging..that's Europe for me. Alexander my taxi driver recommended that I get to the Acropolis early while it is cooler. I feel rested after that tortuous wait at Dubai Airport. A meal voucher and finding a recliner saved the day. It was interesting getting a peek into the world my niece Jaimie now moves in as an Emirates air hostess - ...

Planes, Trains and Ferries

A travel blog entry by nickandjulie on Jul 07, 2014

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... was at number one. We were at number five. We couldn’t get to number one. After we decided to leave the baggage claim area and hope Laura had noticed the glass wall, it became apparent quickly that she hadn’t. We did a lap inside the arrivals terminal, a lap outside, Julie begged the scary looking security guy to go and check for her, we tried to work out what flight she went on, until finally we just decided to wait her out. ...

Athens Greece

A travel blog entry by drew54 on May 24, 2014

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Finally the day of our cruise. No hurry so we slept in, packed the last things and had breakfast at the hotel before getting in a cab for the 30 minute ride to Piraeus Port. We arrived around 12.15pm. The check-in was easy and smooth, in typical Seabourn fashion, and within 30 minutes we were sitting in the Colonnade having our first ...


A travel blog entry by lisaknitter on Jan 22, 2014

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... era houses have been uncovered, from around 1000 AD. In addition, two ends of the Stoa Poikile have been uncovered. In that Stoa, panel paintings hung on the walls, and it was called the painted stoa because of it. It was about 50 meters long (and currently half of it is under buildings), and constructed in around 470 BC. It was basically a public art museum, but it was probably propagandist: it showed the might of the Athenians and their victories against Troy, the Amazons, Sparta, ...


A travel blog entry by mjstein on Sep 23, 2013

... as it was a date referred to on many, many occasions by our guide). When we started to descend from the Acropolis, we discovered that the ancients definitely did NOT design it for the capacity required when 4 major cruise ships are in port. This many people, combined with 60 Greek tour buses, and the typical Mediterranean casual approach to "organizing" things made for chaos. Our bus group banded together, chased ...

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