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

      Day 137

      A travel blog entry by dream-catcher on Dec 16, 2014

      4 photos

      ... again passing through small towns and villages. This is mostly farming country, everyone seems to drive either a tractor or a pickup. We passed several flocks of sheep, their bells clanging as the eat the grass that grows between the limestone boulders that litter the hillsides. The grass is very green here, it must be the cooler temperatures and higher rainfall. Eventually we started a steep descent down to a coastal village, it's in a small bay and surrounded by steep sided mountains, ...

      "My life in Ruins" - last of my Big Fat Greek Tour

      A travel blog entry by kaila.mctavish on Oct 13, 2014

      3 comments, 23 photos

      ... the mousikos avon, which were musical competitions. Both of these facts made me even more excited to see both the theatre and the mountain top stadium once inside the site. But first to be a good traveller and visit the museum to learn more about the artifacts found and the many myths and stories that support their findings. Not being a museum buff it is rare that I spend the money or time to wander through the halls and display cases, but this one was worth ...

      Ancient Olympia

      A travel blog entry by jegibbs on Sep 24, 2014

      1 comment, 6 photos

      ... today. Tomatoes, olives, onion, oregano and feta cheese. Delicious.

      Onward we forged to the new and very impressive bridge across the Gulf of Corinth. We had a stop here to look back on the structure that links the Peloponnese Peninsula with continental Greece. Then another stop at a little seaport - very picturesque it was. There was a treat here for us - a glass of sour cherry juice - very refreshing - thank you Trafalgar. ...

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

      A travel blog entry by haysnoe on Jul 04, 2014

      ... Turkish soldiers arrived, 1,500 of the town's residents (nearly every one) threw themselves off of the cliff rather than face death at the hands of the marauding Turks. Only a few people remain in the town now and the buildings survive in differing states of disrepair with crumbling walls and arches among the dry chaparral growth.


      We drove up a beautiful narrow valley to reach Anavatos and when we finally came within site of the town the view was quite sobering. ...

      Greece (Part 1)

      A travel blog entry by stephandmarty on May 21, 2014

      45 photos

      ... you will understand why our legs were wrecked after 2 days hiking the meteoras (plus one of theses days we decided to hike through kalambaka up through the bush between the holy trinity and roussonau monasteries and see every monastery - I counted 13km up steep hill) The monasteries were beautiful themselves, being untouched during the ottoman and first world wars - but the views from the top were more spectacular. We had earned some pretty good meals after those ...