Nautilus Beachside Hotel

Address: Beachfront, Agia Marina, Aegina, Saronic Gulf Islands, 18010, Greece | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Beachfront, Agia Marina.
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Travel Blogs from Agia Marina

Mykonos to Athens

A travel blog entry by lrbeard on Jul 21, 2015

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... I hope we didn't rip her off because she was so lovely. This little Greek grandma spent ages trying to tell us to give her a good trip advisor rating if we were happy with the place. And she was such a cutie I definitely will do this later. The place was beautiful, cheap, next to the supermarket and bus station, it had a pool, they serviced our room each day and she gave us a gift (a little candle) when we checked out. She then got in the mini bus to transfer us onwards! We ...

National Archaeological Museum

A travel blog entry by gchsdrama on Jul 10, 2015

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Barb: We started the morning eating breakfast at a small cafe where a dog chased away the pigeons for us for a reward of some of my breakfast. We had spanakopita (a fill crust with feta and spinach inside) and kafes (coffee) freddo (cold). Graffiti lines the streets of Athens especially in the district of our hotel by Exarchia Square. This might deter some, but for us it was a safe neighborhood. We then headed to the National Archaeological Museum which was within ...

Hot up on the hill, and military funny walks

A travel blog entry by astrix7 on Jun 25, 2015

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... The rest of the site has several projects taking place and a smaller but more complete Erechtheum Temple which has its porch balcony held up by replacement caryatids ( the originals have been transferred to the Museum). The views of the city from one of the highest places in Athens are truly beautiful and spectacular and worth the climb to get there. It was good as I was leaving to see the queues of hundreds of people starting to form ...

Never say never.

A travel blog entry by turkey_to_tt on Apr 07, 2015

2 comments, 29 photos

... then caught our bus again and went to explore the Panathenaic Stadium, the sight of the first modern Olympics. This may well have been the best 6 Euro we spent in Athens. The site was also used for the opening ceremony for the 2004 Olympics as well as the finishing line for the marathon. The visit included the use of free audio guides and we thoroughly enjoyed it. On the walls inside the competitors area there is a display of the Olympic torches and posters from each Olympiad.

Greek Ruins and Riots

A travel blog entry by asph0de1 on Nov 21, 2014

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... Greece where as the British museum had only something vague like 'pillars to the Erechtheion. Greece. 400BC.'. It really isn't fair for Greece and for tourists that it's artefacts are still so far from their home. I feel that even if Greece entered a debilitating recession, these artefacts are a part of European history and of world heritage, so they'd be looked after. From Athens we booked a ferry to Santorini - because a trip to Greece wouldn't be complete with ...