TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Pelops Olympia
brilliant air conditiong nice bathroom and beds really frieendly owners and a delicious breakfast make sure you go there
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... in mind English is not her primary language. If she
spoke in Greek, you would need to tape it and play it back at a
The modern, impressive museum contained
many well preserved relics from the site. Zeus, Apollo, Hera, and my
favorite god, Dionysus, along with
others, all made an appearance. The site was destroyed by an
earthquake a couple hundred years AD, and was not rediscovered ...
... out what that was for. The entrance to the stadium was via an earthen covered limestone arch in one end and off to one side. The girls had left the ruins not long after arriving so it was just David and I so we could take our time. The history in this place is really worth just soaking it up. We left the ruins around 6 PM and headed back towards the hotel but on the way we were suddenly diverted when we came across the Museum of ...
... of cookie-raisin things that were weird but delicious, bacon and sausage/hot-dog things, hard-boiled eggs, cereal, yogurt, fruit, orange juice, tea, and milk, and a variety of vegetables that seemed more apt for the lunch table, but of course no one complained. They also brought coffee and cream to each table if someone wanted it, along with special coffee drinks (though I’m sure they cost more). It was great, and we ...
Sept 2 Quick note. We went to the tour at the last minute where the Olympics stated. So interesting and so many pics. Will share when I return. It was so hot. HOT. Sweated so much. There was a small cafe at the museum that had air conditioning and I think GOD knee I needed the table right where it was blowing. I cooled off and was ok to finish the tour. The bus ...
... the Bus was travelling quite slowly, the winding roads definitely had the potential to cause motion sickness. We passed through several small villages on roads that were barely wide enough for a car, but George, our driver, skillfully maneuvered the large Coach through the labyrinth of narrow streets.
We eventually reached Olympia (over an hour late) and our Guide Nikki was waiting near the entrance to the Museum. We were given a few minutes for ...