Pension Marianna

Address: 9 Potamianou St., Nauplion, Peloponnese, Greece | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 9 Potamianou St., Nauplion, is near Nauplion Promenade, Tolo Beach, Tiryns, and Achaia Clauss Winery.
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    Travel Blogs from Nauplion

    Dip in the Mediterranean

    A travel blog entry by katiespellmeyer on Oct 09, 2014

    ... and Titus singing together. After we checked
    out the theater we walked past the healing center on the way to the exit. They
    give us a lot of time at these archaeological sites, but after so many I can
    only re-imagine the city or area so much when most of what you see is the
    foundation rocks. We left Epidauros and headed to the ancient town of Mycenae.
    There we had lunch at ...

    Ancient Corinth

    A travel blog entry by itea on May 14, 2010

    29 photos

    ... of the city (also Ephyra).

    Before the end of the Mycenaean period the Dorians attempted to settle in Corinth. While at first they failed, their second attempt was successful when their leader Aletes followed a different path around the Corinthian Gulf from Antirio.

    Some ancient names ...

    Paul's Ol' Stomping Grounds

    A travel blog entry by addicted2travel on Jun 26, 2009

    ... built in the 6th century BC. We were able to walk through the remains of the forum and other shops, as well as more temples. It's unbelievable how many gods and temples these people had. In one of the central areas of all of that was the place where the Apostle Paul was accused and brought before the rulers. There is also a big marble walkway, a fountain, and some mosaics that have been well preserved. The small museum there housed numerous ...

    Epidaurus, Mycenae and...Agnountos?

    A travel blog entry by lambs on Apr 01, 2007

    25 photos

    After spending the better part of the day trying to work out travel arrangements for the lower Peloponnese (see next entry) and enjoying the lovely, laid-back town of Nafplio, I was ready to venture out to one of two nearby ancient Greek sites. I decided to visit Epidaurus in what was left of the day because it is open later (5 pm) rather than Mycenae (3 pm), the other site I was keen on seeing. That was the plan anyway. But on the road, plans have a habit of changing, often ...

    Ancient Corinth and Epidarus

    A travel blog entry by ahill923 on Oct 16, 2005

    7 photos

    ... lunch, we headed to Epidarus. Epidarus was another awesome stop. It was probably my favorite stop for the day. It was so beautiful and peaceful. Thousands of years ago, it was a healing center for physical and mental problems. It was located up in the mountains and it was so calming and peaceful being there. They have decided to do a complete restoration there, so they are taking the ruins that they have and completely rebuilding all of the ...

    Traveler Photos Pension Marianna Nauplion

    04. Gate to fortress behind Pension Marianna
    Nafplio, Greece
    02. My room at Pension Marianna, Nafplio
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    05. 3 of 4 Zotos brothers, Pension Marianna
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    03. Just outside of my room, Pension Marianna
    Nafplio, Greece
    03. Pension Marianna really IS built on a rock
    Nafplio, Greece