Papaevangelou Hotel

Papigko, Epirus, 44 004, Greece | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Papigko

    Day of the Olympiad

    A travel blog entry by michaelcourt on Aug 26, 2014

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... a massive area, we only walked around the main area close to the entrance which included the athletes training area, the Temple of Zeus, a Roman bathhouse, and the ‘stadium’ or running track. The entire property covers hundreds of acres and parts of it are still subject to archaeological digs, and research shows there is much more to be uncovered in the future. Helen rounded us up and herded us to ...

    Intelligent Greek

    A travel blog entry by lorrog on Aug 19, 2014

    13 photos

    ... salads,cheese,olives,salami & tomatoes with red & white wine to taste in a perfect outdoor setting under pine trees looking out to the blue blue sea.
    We sailed for Naples at 5pm. Again the 8 of us at dinner and I gave them our address cards and the Americans thought the stylised map of NZ on the card was a bird!!!. The show tonight was “Vanity fair” another song and dance show, the dancers and their costumes are good but the singers are a bit weak.
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    Love Letter to Greece

    A travel blog entry by bbk2014 on Jul 12, 2014

    ... expect to love all of you, but even your metropolis of Athens swept me off my feet. It was fate that I ended up in Athens’ rebellious, artsy Exarchia neighbourhood full of sidewalk tavernas, thought-provoking graffiti, heavy metal music, and organic food shops. The rest of the city kept me constantly intrigued, with its mix of shiny shops, crumbling abandoned buildings, local markets, bustling squares, historic architecture, trendy bars and awe-inspiring ...

    Our Adventure In The Mountains

    A travel blog entry by manosfamily on Aug 13, 2012

    ... there culture as well as the things you would learn these days, our last stop was The Tap in Bektesh. This Tap is famous for it's cold water and it's watermelon fridge(you just need to put the watermelon in the water). We dropped our watermelon off at The Tap then drove all the way to the famous Rock and I think the story behind this Rock is that the Greeks were pushed all the way up the mountain to the Rock (by the Germans) and from that place ...

    Greece Day Trip

    A travel blog entry by theateam on Jun 07, 2012

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... ever had in my life, the food amazing! I really recommend this cruise line to everyone. Every night the menu changes with several options or they have some classics you can choose from, this isn’t including the self-serve down stairs and all the other various food bars they have. I started with an entrée of prawns, Brendon had some spring rolls. Our mains, Brendon had grilled chicken and vegies with a side of French fries, I had a really beautiful ...