Olympic Lakis

Halkidiki, Macedonia Region, 63085, Greece | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Halkidiki

Day of the Olympiad

A travel blog entry by michaelcourt on Aug 26, 2014

1 comment, 6 photos

... on our tour to see the ruins of Olympia, where the ancient games all began. Our guide, Helen, gave us a detailed history of the ancient games during the half hour bus ride, and explained the mythological links to actual events. On arrival at the UNESCO World Heritage listed site, we set out on foot, dodging endless crowds as there was more than just our ship in port. Although the ‘sanctuary’ at ...

Intelligent Greek

A travel blog entry by lorrog on Aug 19, 2014

13 photos

19 Aug. We are docked at Katakolo at 8.30am on yet another clear blue sky day and calm seas. Temp again very warm- “Beautiful”. After breakfast we walked ashore and strolled around the local shops which were selling the usual “Tat”. I did buy a white cotton Greek shirt for €29 and then we had a drink at a local cafe on the water's edge with views of our ship.Lorraine had fresh orange juice and I tried a “double greek coffee” ...

Love Letter to Greece

A travel blog entry by bbk2014 on Jul 12, 2014

... as they are mostly pebble and stone beaches instead of sand, like on my beautiful Australian shores. But now I’m addicted to swimming in your seas and feeling your beach stones under me.

I loved not having sand all over me, and without it on the shore, your sea waters are crystal clear everywhere I turn. Even at your busy ports full of huge ferries, the water is turquoise blue and clear enough to see straight to the bottom. As the calm sea ...

Souvlaki and the Acropolis

A travel blog entry by lishinlondon on Oct 15, 2013

117 photos

... 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 ...

Athens

A travel blog entry by hel54 on Oct 17, 2012

... the restaurants and wait patiently at the tables for any food that might come their way. Very hard to resist them. On the negative side, there is a lot of graffiti, most of which there has been no attempt to remove. With the current exchange rate we have found everything to be very reasonably priced. Flying to Dubai this morning for some relaxing on Jumeria Beach, Turkish coffee and a little retail ...

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