Semantron Traditional Village
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... We set off again making our way towards Athens, the drive across the mountains was lovely, very picturesque, with sharp limestone peaks jutting out of green mountain pastures, as we started to drop down towards the sea the views were so good, mountain as far as we could see to one side and small islands dotted in the water to the other side, we decided to park up on a small track to spend the night and enjoy the vista until it went ...
Started the day with buffet breakfast, tayla quite likes this concept! Up the road we arrived at the Olympia Archaeological site AMAZIng Tayla mesmerized by all the ancient findings of the first Olympic site and the Sanctuary of Zeus, words can't describe what we have seen, The out door tour was followed up by the tour of the museum where statues and other artifacts have been found in ...
... delivered them to those who had requested them. Although a lot of the oracles were vague and open to interpretation, Pythia was said to have predicted the fall of Troy. The Oracle exerted considerable influence throughout the Greek world, and she was consulted before all major undertakings: wars, the founding of colonies, and so forth. Delphi is also home to the ruins of many temples, treasuries and ...
After 2 days of sightseeing in Istanbul and visiting our good friends, George and Donna Bristow, we traveled by car, ferry, tram, metro, airplane, train, and finally car again, to Patra to visit John and Irene Kremidas and begin the real purpose of our trip to Eastern Europe--visiting Emmaus Course offices.
In Istanbul we met the Kremidas’ daughter, Damaris, who told us her memories of the Emmaus Correspondence Courses ...
... road and very pretty scenery.
In Diakofto we found the Chris and Paul Inn, near the town center and only a few blocks from the beach. Owned by two sisters, the inn was the most run down of any we had stayed. Greek citizen tourism is down and little inns that like the Chris Paul (particularly those that cater to Greek national tourists) ...