The Rodon

Address: Neos Pyrgos, Euboea, 34200, Greece | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Neos Pyrgos, 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

3 comments, 7 photos

... the sea and town and on the main bus route round the isle.It has beautiful gardens with Agapanthus and a huge Jacaranda tree providing shade.Friendly fat cats are everywhere! I haven't been to the beach yet as we have had thunderstorms and quite a bit of rain and sadly my urticaria is back so I shall have to take it easy in the sun. Christiana and I went to a traditional restaurant one evening- stunning ...

Rafina - Evia island (aka Christos island)

A travel blog entry by antsmac on Aug 26, 2014

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... house with no plans for a whole 24 hours. Christos our amazing 1/2 Greek 1/2 kiwi, host met us at the terminal, organised us some of the best frappes I'd ever tasted and then delivered us to his incredible island mansion. We ht up the beach, got ourselves some deck chairs and beer and set in for a good ole fashioned - to hot jump in the sea, then lay back on the deck chair - then repeat session. ...

A rebuilt city - II World War & 1953 Earthquake

A travel blog entry by pverco on Jul 20, 2014

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... rather of more recent times. It could almost pass for an Australian beach side resort.

It is very hot, hence we have decided to take it very easy today. As it is Sunday here, it is understood that most of the businesses are shut. Only restaurants and a few tourism articles are available. As a result, we decided to stay on the ship and watch life go by. A large number of people went off, however it was not all that long, as we sat up in ...


A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Apr 20, 2014

10 photos

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 ...