Semantron Traditional Village
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... day we made it to the quaint port town of Gytheio (also spelt Gythio and Gythion on road signs throughout). We dropped by the walled town of Monemvasia on the way. By the size of the bus parking this place is clearly a hotspot in summer although our timing meant most of the town was shut down. This didn’t distract from its Byzantine beauty sitting perched on a cliffface gingerly griping to Greece by a ...
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 ...
... in law would kill him, the other the story of the drunk centaurs. On the way to Delphi we crossed the new Bridge linking Peloponnesus to mainland Greece. The toll is very expensive,so some people still use the ferry even though it takes longer. Our toilet stop was at an isolated cafe near a beach, the beach was pebble, but I took my shoes off and paddled. Overnight at the Amaldi hotel in Delphi, slightly better than the previous hotel, but not a ...
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) ...