Petit Village Hotel

Address: \N, Eretria, Euboea, 34008, Greece | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Eretria

    Beach holidays at the Grand Bleu beach resort

    A travel blog entry by greekcypriot on Aug 26, 2014

    54 photos

    ... of different budgets. All rooms are air conditioned, equipped with a small fridge and TV sets. Make sure which room fits your demands and budget and book accordingly. Mind you, there are special offers and unbelievable packages so if you come across such don’t hesitate to call and book. It is advisable however to make a deposit even if you are a repeater or if you know the person behind the booking well, only to avoid unpleasant misunderstandings upon arrival.

    Athens, Struggled Just a Little

    A travel blog entry by karmic on May 25, 2014

    2 comments, 17 photos

    ... Parthenon. Another fine example of seeing history right before your eyes. These buildings or ruins also date back to before Christ. While in Athens we also found a cable car that takes up a rocky mountain outcrop, almost right in Athens, which gave views that went for ever. All in all not a bad visit, with the Greek night out one of the ...

    Greece: Athens, Delphi, Olympia and Hydra Island

    A travel blog entry by alice-patrick on Jan 07, 2014

    55 photos

    Seven day in Athens started with both Alice and I feeling rotten with head colds. We had attended a birthday party for a five-year old girl in Fes Morocco and came away with a bug. So, we spent the first two or three day in Greece in bed. The remainder of our time in Athens was spent walking among many Greek and Roman ruins. Every day we pick one or two major sights to tour. At night we ate some great food and even took a ...

    Temples, Stadiums, and Hills

    A travel blog entry by andbrown on Oct 27, 2013

    2 photos

    ... Acropolis means "end of town" in Greek. By end of town, they mean its the highest point of the city. According to myth, each town is protected by a god. There were two gods who wanted to watch over Athens; Athena and Zeus. In order to influence the decision of the people, each God provided a gift to the Acropolis. Athena threw her spear into the ground and an olive tree grew where the spear landed. Olive trees were very important to the ancient Greeks. Zeus threw down his trident ...


    A travel blog entry by simplyb on Aug 06, 2013

    7 photos

    ... non existent any more- even to their capital you would have had to change from train to bus to Metro and the Greek people we asked all just recommended to use the bus - even questioned why we even consider train rides as they are so unpredictable...) Arrived in Athens and took bus 51 to the city and then Metro to Akropolis. Our Backpacker Hostel is just next to the Metro Station. Last entrance to Akropolis is 18.30 - ...

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