Porto Hydra Resort

Address: Plepi Hermionida, Peloponnese, 21051, Greece | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Plepi Hermionida, Peloponnese.
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      A Different Boat

      A travel blog entry by ireneandchris on Jul 22, 2010

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      ... when they described it as small, with two ferries already there the one we were on simply had to wait. The town was different. With more Venetian than Greek style buildings, fortified walls and old canons guard the entrance.

      We spent the day wandering around and seeking shade in the middle of the afternoon as it was incredibly hot. It has an Art University here and I expected to see evidence of it ...


      A travel blog entry by mdaa on Dec 04, 2009

      Hi everybody,

      As you all know, we are back in the states! I haven't had time to finish writing the last three blog entries but I will as soon as I am able. I just wanted to let you guys know so you can check back over the next few days.

      I hope everyone is excited to read about Athens because that was our last city and it was epic. Check back soon!


      The Technicolor Ankle

      A travel blog entry by tiara316 on Oct 19, 2008

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      ... continental breakfast, this was a major spread of yumminess. They put some ice on my foot. We checked out of the hotel and spent more time wandering along the harbor and up the stonework stronghold on the point. The thunderstorm last night had blown away most of the overcast skies, and the light sparkling on the water and gilding the houses filled my heart. We ate lunch outside at a taverna right on the water, and the Rembetika band from last night was ...

      Domes, Flowerpots and the Whole Caboodle

      A travel blog entry by alicecrabtree on Sep 21, 2006

      ... show. Based around a dormant volcano that last raised its ugly head in 1956, the black sands of of the Santorini beaches lay as a remainder that nature rules roost here. We based ourselves in a beachside hotel on the southern eastern side of the island, away from the "capital" of the island, Thira, which was one of the cliff top towns on the other side. We joined one of the other tour groups that had been going around in a similar track to us but on a ...

      Sprawling, Ancient Athens

      A travel blog entry by miranda.chen on Jul 08, 2006

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      ... so we headed to the Acropolis. We explored the two agoras (old marketplaces in Greece) and the Acropolis. Of course, everything was covered in scaffolding (I guess they have to fix the previous renovations which were done with dated technology) which ruined our view a bit. Chuck ended up going with it and taking tons of pictures of the scaffolding itself. Everything is restricted by wire fences so you can only really look at it and ...