Papaevangelou Hotel

Address: Papigko, Epirus, 44 004, Greece | Hotel
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    Αντίο Ελλ&

    A travel blog entry by katiespellmeyer on Oct 11, 2014

    Today was our last day in Greece. We woke up and packed and checked out (quite the routine we've gotten into) and headed to the archaeological site of Olympia. There we had lectures from Dr. Hatlie, Ryan Reedy on the Olympic Games, Dr. Freni, on the Temples of Zeus and Hera, and Dr. Tullius on Ancient Greek Excellence. After their lectures we headed to the first Olympic stadium for the big race. First ...

    Day 43 - Katakolon Greece

    A travel blog entry by ttdaniel on Sep 30, 2014

    ... the archeological remains of Olympia. Olympia was excavated by a team of German archeologists in the 19th Century. Our guide showed us drawings of what the Temple of Zeus, the gymnasium, the hippodrome and the stadium once looked like. We compared the drawings with what ruins were left. After our tour of Olympia I did start to question archeologists "creative license" at Olympia. There is not much left of the ruins and I ...

    Wait I recognize that Goat!!!!

    A travel blog entry by angandjen on Sep 23, 2014

    5 photos

    ... of these spaces. The car did not like the climb we took as we made our way to the Temple of Apollo and you can't really blame it. It was hot and we climbed over 1100 metres in 25 minutes.

    The architect that built the Parthenon also built the Temple of Apollo Epicurus so we were quite excited to see it and compare when we see the Parthenon. You could see the huge tent that covers it from way across the ...

    The Odyssey (See What I Did There?)

    A travel blog entry by nickbeaumont on Jun 22, 2012

    49 photos

    ... ones life he is going to ****-up next.

    Be warned though, you may think once you have climbed the 150 meter hill you will find some wind - no such look. The air is as still at the top as it is on the city streets. If anything, you are closer to the sun, and the white rocks on the flat-service will scold your feet if your not wearing shoes. Oh, and while I'm talking about the rocks, don't try and steal any of them. A big nosed lady wearing glasses told a kid off ...

    Let's get together, yeah, yeah, yeah!

    A travel blog entry by fleebeau on Jun 17, 2012

    3 comments, 1 photo

    ... the only way I will be able to fully reap its benefits. Anyway, I have three weeks and already over two days I feel different. I may write one more blog during my stay, maybe just to update you all on the duck project, but it seems like I need to sort of refrain from Internet or much outside influence. Of course, I'll check email daily just for emergency stuff, but it will be quickly and not just to kill time. Well, I guess that's about it. Love you all! See you on the other ...