Olympic Lakis

Address: Halkidiki, Macedonia Region, 63085, Greece | Hotel
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Greek Islands and Athens

A travel blog entry by reihanahemopo on Jul 05, 2015

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Greek Islands


Our travel to Greece was hard to say the least. We started our journey to the Greek Island of Santorini with a gay pride parade/riot in Istanbul, followed by a sleepless night in Athens Airport, followed by a short flight to Santorini arriving at 6am in the morning and finding out we would not be able to check in to our apartment until 12pm. Safe to say tensions were at an all time high…we made ...


A travel blog entry by karangi on Apr 30, 2015

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DAY 49 – April 30, 2015

Now we are on the Peloponnese peninsula and the small port village of Katakolo that acts as the port for the capital city of Pygros and the jumping-off point for trips to Olympia. There is nothing much here but shops and friendly and enthusiastic locals.

Olympia, the home of the first Olympics staged back in 776 BC. The site has a tranquility that is hard to explain ...

Katakolon Greece

A travel blog entry by tessacat on Apr 15, 2014

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... for Zeus the king of the Greek Gods and the stadium, which held up to 40,000 spectators. I went for a little run in the stadium.

A marvelous day walking amongst these once magnificent ruins. A very advanced civilization such a long time ago. We took lots of pictures of the ruins. We also had tickets to tour the Archaeological Museum ...

Souvlaki and the Acropolis

A travel blog entry by lishinlondon on Oct 15, 2013

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... hill it felt like the city just carried on forever. I was brought back to reality when a German tourist took a head first slip down a rocky slope. Greece is full of marble, back home marble is expensive but here it can be found everywhere in abundance-wood is the novelty. Marble is slippery especially in a pair of jandals that are on their last legs. The amount of times I have slipped since being here is so ridiculous that I couldnt even begin to give you a number so I ...

Contiki in the Greek Islands and Athens

A travel blog entry by freyr on Aug 27, 2012

We farewelled Turkey and hopped on our boat which left Kusadasi and sailed to Patmos. Patmos is a fairly tiny island. We didn't have very long there so I had an ice cream and found somewhere with wifi to pick up my emails, then headed to the beach, or should I say pebbles. The water was cold at first but then once I was in, there was no desire to get out. There were these little fish which were quite literally nibbling our toes. It ...

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