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 travel blog entry by chrissteenstra on Aug 27, 2010

    ... cool. One was so small, that Trev only just managed to fit down the narrow streets between the houses. The locals even came out of their houses to see who it was in the van, haha. The church roof was being repaired by locals, and we stopped for a yarn. We were surprised at the level of English, even in this tiny little town. We pulled into Olympia, and checked out the ruins. The stadium was awesome, and we got some great cheesy snaps crossing the finish line, and keryn ...


    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!



    A travel blog entry by skschell on Jul 13, 2008

    ... avoided the sea urchins but not the sunburn. There are also TONS of cats and dogs in Hydra. The Greeks don't believe in getting their animals fixed so there are strays everywhere. Tomorrow we are leaving for the Peloponnese. But I've really loved Hydra and would suggest it for anyone wanting to travel to Greece. It's absolutely gorgeous. I'm having trouble uploading my pictures to travelpod.com. If you want to see them you can check my ...

    Domes, Flowerpots and the Whole Caboodle

    A travel blog entry by alicecrabtree on Sep 21, 2006

    ... back to the waiting boat, ready to set sail to a nearby secluded cove. We anchored about 40m from the shoreline where there was a single, tool-shed sized building, rumoured to be home to Santorini's local hermit. Here we stripped down to swimming gear and hurled ourselves overboard, swimming like a large pack of sea mammals to the shore, to the muddy waters hiding a hot spring underneath. The mud was supposedly therapeutic so we slapped it all over ourselves, ...

    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 ...