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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      Dinner, actually lamb, with Leo and Patricia

      A travel blog entry by paleojohn2010 on Jun 16, 2010

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      Tuesday and what does one do on Tuesday. Sleeping in and then making a giant breakfast of three types of cheese the names are “still Greek to me” But one was Feta, the others were recommended cheese from the Peloponnese. I believe we are succeeding in trying many different regional foods and really enjoying the small town life of a small island. We found Leo’s and Patricia’s last evening, three guide books suggest making dinner arrangements with them. ...

      The frustrations of the Peloponnese

      A travel blog entry by trg7 on Aug 18, 2007


      ... next door to another town called Mystras, which at one time was the capital of the byzantine Empire, and has ruins of palaces and monasteries lining its streets. Most people visit Mystras by spending the night in Sparta, so that was my original plan. It took 3 separate buses to arrive in Sparta from Nafplio, and what appeared as though it should be a quick 3 hour drive turned into an all day affair. One thing I must say about Greece is its not set ...

      Autumn Leaves, Carpets and Rain

      A travel blog entry by heleng2 on Oct 12, 2006

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      ... of papers to them to pay your fees, they spend about 10 minutes signing and stamping and then request the grand sum of E1.40. We do wonder about the economics of it all.

      My parents visited the week after and got their first yachting experience, and then we were off on a centre swap to Finikounda, 8 bus hours away on the other side of the Peloponnese. Great spot for a holiday and interesting to work elsewhere, but we were rather glad to return home ...

      Sprawling, Ancient Athens

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

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      Note - on weird italian keyboard... Athens is nuts. We arrived into Piraeas port and it was exactly what I was expecting - really hot, noisy, and congested. Strangely enough, I felt more at home than I did on the beautiful islands. I guess I have really become a city girl. Since I had booked the hostel, I became navigator and Chuck had to follow. Ha. Our hostel was located right next to the center square of Plaka, the center of ...


      A travel blog entry by jenbenz on Oct 31, 2005

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      Photos coming soon! We took off last week on a road trip to Athens. Luckily, in Greece, this is about as simple as any road trip in the US, with better-marked roads but slightly more insane drivers. Getting started later in the day then we expected, we flipped through our guidebook and decided to stop in Delphi for a night to break up the drive. The drive to the village of Delphi took us through rolling fields of olive trees (of course), up steep sheer-faced ...