Paradisiakos Xenonas Maria

Address: Arachova, Central Greece, Greece | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located in Arachova, is near Delphi Ruins and Marmaria.
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      "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

      ... here as to not bore you. To be honest the best views of both it and the theatre seen next on my hike were both captured from above....well once I was able to wipe the sweat out of my eyes well enough to focus my vision though my camera lens that is. It is so neat not only that these theatres and temples existed, but that we have the know how as to where to dig to find them and the technology to preserve them for the world to see. Really is quite impressive. As I ...

      Busy Site Seeing!

      A travel blog entry by carriewiepen on May 21, 2014

      ... br> (Wednesday) This morning we woke up and got ready rather quickly. We traveled just a few minutes to the Temple of Zeus at Olympia. We spent a few hours here where the original Olympic Games took place. It was pretty cool to see all the statues of cheaters and winners. We got to the stadium and raced yet again. This stadium was a little longer, but I still won again, but only by a few feet. Birol found a crown of olives and placed it on my head, and I got to keep it! ...

      No Witty Title Today, Just the Temple of Apollo

      A travel blog entry by joshua.anoff on Jan 21, 2014

      ... did live there in order to take care of the temple and the various other buildings built an amphitheater, a training center and a stadium for their own entertainment and festivals so as not to be left out of Greek cultural life. After some free roam time we made our way back down the hill and walked towards the museum which accompanied the ruins. Here we saw many of the pieces of statue and other remaining artifacts that were found among the ruins and were ...

      Return from the Ionian to the Aegean Sea

      A travel blog entry by lizd2013 on Jul 31, 2013

      18 photos

      This morning we started our day at the Delphi site. First we walked down many steps to the Athena tholos. A tholos is a round temple. We then crossed the road to the agora (market), then the spiritual road, then up many stairs (that's a kind description) to the temple of Apollo. In front of the temple is the navela, a stone marking the centre of the world, because Apollo released two eagles - one to the west and one to the east and where they met was the centre. The Delphi site is the ...

      Daytrip to Delphi

      A travel blog entry by louielou on Sep 16, 2012

      10 photos

      ... the number of bus runs to save money, but now the demand for the buses was over the capacity.

      The police office wouldn't let the bus operate while over capacity, but the driver wouldn't make anyone get off, and so, we sat there waiting for one of them to give in.
      The police officer went around asking everyone if they were in their assigned seats, which luckily we were. They then, made sure the people in the aisles with assigned ...