The Rodon

Address: Neos Pyrgos Istiaias, Euboea, 34200, Greece | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Neos Pyrgos Istiaias, Euboea.
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Travel Blogs from Euboea


A travel blog entry by mek1 on Oct 02, 2014

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... side streets you find a maze of small streets lines with shops of all sorts, cafes and little places to sit. We walked around and negotiated many side streets making our way toward the little church up on the hill. We finally saw a sign pointing up steps as the way to the church. Dennis opted to stay and sit under the tree and talk to a Greek gentleman. I started up the stairs to the church. The path wound ...

Rest,recharge and explore

A travel blog entry by sandysymonds on Sep 06, 2014

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... and cucumbers and watermelon are so much more full of flavor here. Christiana showed me around the main town and it was fun strolling through a maze of cobbled lanes - how I shall ever find some of the shops and restaurants she recommended again ,I don't know! We had a gyros for lunch- a pita bread filled with tatziki ,red onion and tomato and in this case,roast pork- delicious. Villa Ella is well ...

Rafina - Evia island (aka Christos island)

A travel blog entry by antsmac on Aug 26, 2014

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After somehow sleeping until 9am, we packed up and left the services I search of the ferry service to Evia and a strong coffee. Made it to ferry terminal, and after my initial worries of not being able to book in advance we boarded no problems at all - and early too, sign said 11am, and we departed at 10.30! Tranny got centre spot, the wind was refreshing the sun was shinning and we were headed to ...

A rebuilt city - II World War & 1953 Earthquake

A travel blog entry by pverco on Jul 20, 2014

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... fairly easy as we sailed in amongst the islands of Greece to our mooring point at Argostoli.

Apparently the whole township of Argostoli was destroyed by and earthquake in 1953, except for two buildings. In addition, substantial damage was previously done to it by German bombings in 1943 during the second World War. It has all been rebuilt now and appears to be a lovely, pristine ocean side township. The architecture is clearly not of past ...


A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Apr 20, 2014

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Wonderful camp at Meteora, almost underneath the incredible rock formations. Late start for Easter Sunday. When I went to pay, the hostess gave me 2 hard boiled eggs painted deep red, and 2 homemade biscuits, Easter gifts. As we left the village, every family was spit roasting a lamb or two, ready for the long lazy Easter family lunch in the garden we saw happening as ...