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 analegge on Oct 09, 2012

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        ... finally at a pharmacy. A huge police presence and streets being closed off for the protests. Got back on hop on hop off bus to ship. Only cost €15 each. Normally €22 but because the central part was closed off the price was reduced. Left port at 2.30pm. Lay in the sun and wind to watch us leave. Getting cooler ...

        Again wandering streets and talking to people

        A travel blog entry by paleojohn2010 on Jun 18, 2010

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        ... won't be difficult for John since he is retired. We joined the caretaker of the house (Sue) for an evening drink of Mythos and a plate of what they call meatballs. It looked like some kind of pulled meat pressed into a patty.....not what we think of meatballs at all. it was fried. The spices were nice and it was tasty. We really enjoyed talking with Sue. She and her family have been very generous with their time. It is much appreciaed. She has ...

        Day Trip

        A travel blog entry by mdaa on Dec 01, 2009

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        ... while we at the theater, there was an archaeological dig going on just a few feet away. I don’t know if they had found anything at that point in the dig but it looked like an area where they could have come across some interesting artifacts.

        Epidavros is most famously known for its theater but there are also remains of an ancient healing sanctuary. All you see today is rubble all ...

        Domes, Flowerpots and the Whole Caboodle

        A travel blog entry by alicecrabtree on Sep 21, 2006

        ... vessel waiting to take us out to the surrounding islands, including the volcano which loomed in the distance like a big black rock resting on the horizon. The old boat was crammed like a refugee boat with just about every nationality of tourist, which had the loudspeaker commentary catering for them in about five languages, all done by the same man which was very impressive. Approaching the island, the bizarre black rock formations were stark against the ...

        A Reason To Join A Convent

        A travel blog entry by mikvs on Feb 09, 2001

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        ... with the monk were conducted in a very broken form of Greek, with a little English interjected. While it is possible that we misinterpreted the statements, I think that we understood the heart of the conversation. Thank God we brought our phrasebooks!)

        After a twenty-minute walk, we arrived at the convent. It looked as deserted as the monastery initially did. We were about to walk away when the front door opened. A small, elderly woman dressed almost completely in black ...