Semantron Traditional Village
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Room service
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Travel Blogs from Diakofto
... Greek food. Galaktoboureko and soup just for me (they had contacted me long before leaving to find out what I wanted. Noticing my pattern of leaving physical labour to the man and eating tablefuls of Greek food, I tell them I will be thrice the size when I leave. In fact I might not fit in the airplane. This is the Greek family. This is good people. One day they will meet my geek ...
... one possibly of Apollo, that was made from Ivory (which has since been blackened by fire) and adorned with pure gold. The visible parts of the statue were ivory - face, hands, feet, with the body made from wood and covered in gold. There was also a full sized bull made possibly from wood and covered in silver, with gold horns and testicles to show fertility and strength.
The museum also has reconstructed parts of the pediments from the treasuries and ...
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 ...
On the way to the ferry in Brindisi, I had a spoke in my rear wheel snap. Not too big a deal for now, but that added one more chore to the list for my time in Patras. While boarding the ferry, I bumped into a French couple in their 50s who were doing a tour on their tandem bike. They were visiting islands mostly, and had come down through Corsica, Sardinia, and Sicily. Next, they were going to visit some the the islands in Greece before ...
... 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) ...