Papaevangelou Hotel

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

    Sea Day Sunday

    A travel blog entry by maryellenandbob on Aug 30, 2015

    2 comments, 3 photos

    ... and I attended the Maitre D's wine tasting, and then to our massages in the Lotus Spa. Bob enjoyed his so much, he is having another one on our second sea day on Tuesday. Tonight was our first formal night of the cruise with the Captain's welcome and traditional champagne pyramid pour. He announced the passenger count by nationalities, and the Americans beat out the Aussies by a nose! We had formal "prom portraits" taken followed by dinner and dancing. Tomorrow we arrive in ...

    Lovely Naxos

    A travel blog entry by trudie.hunter on Jul 05, 2015

    23 photos

    ... me about an hour to find the place when it was only round the corner from where I started.It really sucks having no sense of direction but I got a workout so it wasnt all bad. Day 6 July 5 At 9 am we met at the tourist bureau to begin our day long bus tour.We were surprised at how mountainous Naxos is.It is the largest island in the Cyclades and has the highest mountain.It is not densely populated and most people live in the capital which had only 4 schools. ...

    Souvlaki and the Acropolis

    A travel blog entry by lishinlondon on Oct 15, 2013

    117 photos

    ... where we swam to an area of sulphuric mud where we beathed in the stinky green mud that supposed to be good for the skin. I was so proud that I was able to swim/doggy paddle the 150m each way. To any normal person this is northing but to me it was a real achievement given my fear of deep water and inability to swim properly.

    A consequence of the mudbath is that we all stunk like sulphur for the next two days but as I sat on that pirate ship having our picnic ...

    Contiki in the Greek Islands and Athens

    A travel blog entry by freyr on Aug 27, 2012

    ... bit off putting but didn't actually hurt. My first experience of swimming in the Mediterranean! The water was so clear even when it was a few metres deep. I can see why people rave about it. The next day was spent almost all on another island. I did a tour of Rhodes and Lindos in the morning which was fantastic. We got to see the temple of Athena and I was able to take some really beautiful photos of the island. In the afternoon ...

    Project Update and Reflection on Self

    A travel blog entry by fleebeau on Jun 22, 2012

    4 photos

    ... everyone voiced thier opinion and a consensus was reached that they would try to move to another apartment just across the street. The problem with this was that the apartment is owned by an elderly Greek man, Dimitri (who is so sweet and always offers us fresh cherries), and Dimitri doesn't often clean that apartment. So, it was filthy and after one night in it, it appeared there were bed bugs of some sort. So, anyway. The next day, I was asked to help clean the ...