Pan Hotel

Address: 53 Pavlou Friderikis St., Delphi, Central Greece, 33054, Greece | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 53 Pavlou Friderikis St., Delphi, is near Delphi Ruins, Marmaria, Oracle, and Delphi Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Delphi

    Will It Tell Me My Destiny?

    A travel blog entry by katiespellmeyer on Oct 05, 2014

    ... potatoes and honey! The meat burger thing we had was so good, it practically melted in your mouth, and the potatoes, and well I don’t think you can mess up potatoes. Since it was still raining when we finished eating Dr. Hatlie ordered desert, fried dough balls covered in honey and powdered sugar. Finally a desert besides fruit (not that I don’t love fruit, but it’s not necessarily desert…). When the rain slowed down ...

    The last day of Toni's Grecian road trip

    A travel blog entry by twehman on Sep 09, 2014

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    ... in our small car together. On the drive, I was able to perfect the Greek Shake-n-Bake. The Greeks drive half on the shoulder with the lane line in the middle of their car. This way people can pass everywhere on two lane highways which they do. It is quite unnerving but once you get used to it, it kind of makes sense. Leave it tot the Greeks not to follow the lines. However the shake n bake was not the hardest challenge. The biggest challenge was city driving in ...

    Who Says You Can't Travel Easily in Touristy Town?

    A travel blog entry by haysnoe on Jul 04, 2014

    ... a route includes looking at all of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites that are in the region that I would like to see. We have found that, without fail, anything that is on that list is well worth a visit. Some (say, the Palace of the Knights in Rhodes) are heavily-visited and exist in a somewhat touristy environment, but one can enjoy any world-class site in leisure if they are aware of the best times to come. Which, sort of hurt us here since we pulled in at about 1215 ...

    Busy Site Seeing!

    A travel blog entry by carriewiepen on May 21, 2014

    ... to see because it is not as ancient as some of the other things we have seen. The architecture of the churches were also beautiful. When we got to the end, we went back into Sparta to eat lunch and have ice cream. Then we had another three hour drive. This was a beautiful drive though as we went through an enormous gorge. We were so high that WE DROVE THROUGH A CLOUD! We were all so very tired from exploring the castle like children that we slept almost the entire way ...


    A travel blog entry by melliekat on May 19, 2014

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    ... olive tree on Crete which is a major tourist attraction. We also noticed many shrines and passed by areas of poverty, which Maria explained are the gypsy communities. We noticed less English on the signs too.

    Finally, around 7:00pm we arrived at our hotel (Hotel Orfeus) in Kalambaka, which is the city that lies at the base of Meteora. From our wraparound balcony we could see some of the rocks of Meteora.

    We ...