Porto Hydra Resort

Plepi Hermionida, Peloponnese, 21051, Greece | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Plepi Hermionida, Peloponnese.
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    Sunday and we are now on island time w/cold water

    A travel blog entry by paleojohn2010 on Jun 13, 2010

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    ... up a few things for breakfast this morning. We had eggs, feta cheese, some other kind of hard cheese (had a faint taste of cheddar but it was a very pale yellow in color. Who knows for sure but it was good) and bread. I saw a bakery last night and just picked up a loaf that looked good. The baker asked me if I knew what kind of bread it was and I said “no but it looks good”. He explained that was a brioche that was a little sweet and ...

    Epidaurus: Built for Butts, Not for Churches

    A travel blog entry by tiara316 on Nov 08, 2008

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    We left Corinth and drove on to the Theatre of Epidauros (or Epidaurus, or Epidavros, it's all just alternate spellings of the same ancient site built between 330 and 280 BCE). This theatre is legendary for its amazing acoustics. Without the benefit of modern technology, it was engineered so that a person standing behind the altar can drop a coin or rip a piece of paper, and the sound will travel perfectly to ...

    The Greek bus system, lessons 1 through 4

    A travel blog entry by lambs on Mar 31, 2007

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    ... before the scheduled departure time, there was a flurry of activity in the terminal and outside in the parking lot, and I was made aware that a bus that had just pulled up and was immediately ready to depart was the bus to Nafplio. I double-timed it to the bus, stowed my pack as the luggage door was closing and boarded to find standing room only. Lesson number 4: Trust scheduled departure times even less than information from bus terminal and airport officials. ...

    Sprawling, Ancient Athens

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

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    ... Parthenon. I have to admit that it was quite strange looking up at the ancient temple. I had read a ton of greek mythology as a kid and I dont think I ever expected to be in Athens, looking at it, and truly being there. The street under the Acropolis is one of the most ancient residential streets in Athens and quite lovely. I wonder how much the real estate costs there... :) Cars arent allowed on the streets but there are lots ...


    A travel blog entry by jenbenz on Oct 31, 2005

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    ... day, we made our way to the ruins site -- truly amazing. The ancient Greeks thought Dephi was the center of the world so the ruins there were quite impressive-on top of huge rocky mountains, overlooking the sea, and dating back to 4th century BC!! Climbing their way up the mountainside were the remnants of stately buildings, a theatre, a stadium and countless other structures. It was a really warm day-almost too hot, but a nice change from the cool ...