Semantron Traditional Village
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
Photos of Semantron Traditional Village
TripAdvisor Reviews Semantron Traditional Village Diakofto
Travel Blogs from Diakofto
With the outside temperature at only 5 degrees this morning it feels cold in Dream Catcher, Les I had another attempt at fixing the leaking fuel cap whilst I got us ready for moving on. Over night a new camper had arrived, they have a large World Scout badge on the back of the vehicle, as we were leaving we stopped to chat to them, they are Swiss and are driving to the World Scout Jamboree in Japan, where they will meet their scouts. ...
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 ...
... manual controls I was just beginning to understand on my more advanced (but now broken) Canon S95.
Patras is cleaner than the Naples area, and the roads are certainly better. As far as the traffic is concerned, it is easier to ride here than in southern Italy, but then, who knows, maybe the rest of Greece will be much different. I have heard from several different people that they had not gone to Greece because their parents told ...
... 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) ...