Semantron Traditional Village
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... by the Nazis in June 1944, reprisal for a guerrilla ambush in the next village. The monument is perched on to of a hill st the edge of the village, it was very sad to see the names all the families that were wiped out, babies and old folk alike, through the window, inside the mausoleum we could see rows of the victims sculls. A little further on down hill we came to the Unesco World Heritage listed Monastery of Osios Loukas, a ...
... sanctuary to he administrative town of Chrisso for lunch. We then went back to the Delphi museum, this had changed, viewed the Indus but the most stunning of all is the Charioteer. We then walked the Ancient Sacred Way of Delphi to the Temple of Apollo and the Oracle. Finished the site and stayed at the Amalia Hotel ...
... shaped stone (still there today), which was thought to be dropped by Apollo himself. During the 8th c. B.C. Delphi became internationally known for the Oracular powers of one of it's citizens, Pythia (a priestess), who sat on a tripod, inhaled ethylene gasses, and muttered incomprehensible words that foretold the future. The priest of the sanctuary then interpreted her oracles in to a common ...
... a bunch of first-time youngsters through to the bus stop to go to the coach station. We'd discovered by this time that the train still isn't running out of Patra.
Managed to get a seat on the first coach to Athens and slept most of the way there, waking up briefly in time to point out the Corinth Canal to a couple of Australians.
... 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) ...