Orizontes Hotel & Villas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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Travel's to pyrgos !
Im was go to pyrgos in plane 5 hour trip
I have visited museum , armory , forest and many other thing
Im was go to a restaurent with my best friend we was 5 in the restaurent "gourmet de pyrgos" a french restaurent , This restaurent is really good ! ;)
... sand I sat waiting for the bus to take me home. I managed to jump on the express bus to Fira then sat around at the hub waiting for the next bus to Oia. The bus station was just as hectic as it was the previous day with people everywhere and buses tooting their funny sounding horns. On the bus ride back to Oia two cute little Turkish boys sat next to me. They were only 9 years old and spoke really good English and kept asking me lots of questions about my ...
... the sand is black, and they didn't lie this time, it actually was very dark. It was starting to get a bit late so we decided to make the trek back up to Oia, as this involved covering most of the island. We got back safely (Kyle driving luckily, as at one point the brakes needed to be applied quickly) and charged batteries in a couple of cameras. We then headed back out (me driving the scenic trip this time) and stopped off in the pretty town of Amerovigli, which had a ...
On day two we went to the museum of ancient Fira, which is Minoan period and clearly dominated by Crete but for some reason is not described by the museum as actually being Minoan (this was not explained). It's a very interesting little place and it was neat to see the frescoes - over 3,700 years old - that had been recovered from the ruins. No uninterred skeletons have been found and precious little jewellery, ...
For the past 3 days we have been staying in Katakolon. This is the closest port to Olympia and we stopped to spend a day soaking in some ancient history. We pulled up on the town quay/marina and for the princely sum of $10euro a night had electricity, water and amenities.
We caught the train to Olympia in air conditioned comfort which was a bonus as the day turned out to be in the mid thirties by 10am. Olympia has an ...