Seleni Suites Boutique Deluxe Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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We had the privilege of staying in a small village just outside of Tripoli for 5 weeks. During that time we got to know many of the villagers and despite the language barrier, they got to know us as well. We were made to feel very welcome and were included in May Day activities, Mother's Day celebrations, church activities, dinners with family and coffee on the square. We also had the opportunity to explore the area around the village; first by foot, then bikes and later with a car we ...
... of rooms that were open at this time of the year. She gave us directions in charming three quarter Greek and one quarter English to a place that was open and we found our way there. As we approached and entered it was immediately obvious that this establishment was above our usual standards but I think we all knew anyway that we were going to stay regardless.......
(L)Breakfast at Monemvasia was in the cafe we'd had drinks in yesterday - mainly as it had a gorgeous view and ...
... normal;">Near Filiatra: Dinner at local family birthday place by the sea - eat what they're already cooking (pork). Slept in car - couldn't find accom, too late.
Voidokilia beach!! Amazing beach in a little bay - somehow still not in the tourist route, but Picci found it by looking on Google Earth. Pink/red bits in sand - creates beautiful effect in sand! Calm clear water. Swedish tv show being filmed while we're there.
... signpost providing the only evidence that gave these durable structures of brick and mortar their due for lasting 2000 years.
For the rest of the walk, we were on dirt roads through farmland, then up through a mountain gap – 700 feet elevation gain in all. At one point, our guide Dina stopped at a roadside shrine. Orthodox believers in Greece erect shrines in honor of the ...
... by Pausanias, it was still visible in 1879 when the German archaeologist Heinrich Schliemann discovered the shaft graves under the agora in the acropolis at Mycenae.
The tomb perhaps held the remains of the sovereign who completed the reconstruction of the fortress or one of his successors. The grave is in the style of the other tholoi of the Mycenaean World, of which there are nine in total around the citadel of Mycenae. However, in ...