Villa Filoxenia

Address: Arachova, Central Greece, 320 04, Greece | Hotel
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This hotel, located in Arachova, is near Delphi Ruins and Marmaria.
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    Travel Blogs from Arachova

    Delphi & Thermopylae

    A travel blog entry by amy.cosgrove on May 13, 2015

    6 photos

    ... by a lady and her daughter mishearing the guide and getting off the bus and not coming back for an hour. We ended up driving around the tiny town of Delphi trying to find them. We were about 30 minutes behind schedule when we finally did. We drove through the epic scenery of Greece and stopped at Thermopylae. This was nerd heaven for me. We saw the hot gates and where Leonidas and the 300 Spartans (plus 1000 other Greeks) battled the army of Xerxes in 490bc. There is a monument ...

    The last day of Toni's Grecian road trip

    A travel blog entry by twehman on Sep 09, 2014

    33 photos

    ... in our small car together. On the drive, I was able to perfect the Greek Shake-n-Bake. The Greeks drive half on the shoulder with the lane line in the middle of their car. This way people can pass everywhere on two lane highways which they do. It is quite unnerving but once you get used to it, it kind of makes sense. Leave it tot the Greeks not to follow the lines. However the shake n bake was not the hardest challenge. The biggest challenge was city driving in ...

    Busy Site Seeing!

    A travel blog entry by carriewiepen on May 21, 2014

    ... so much of it was still there to see. Victoria, Melani, Conner, and I adventured on our own off the rocked pathways and found some really cool stone structures that were hidden within the trees. It was really fun to see. It was also very rainy and cold today, so it added to the mystic medieval feeling of the castle. We got closer to the bottom where there were more buildings and structures to see. The churches were beautiful to see as some of the fresco painting was ...

    So Many Stairs!

    A travel blog entry by joshua.anoff on Jan 20, 2014

    1 comment, 23 photos

    ... total of two monks that live in it. In order to get to this monastery, which is much more secluded and less toured by visitors, one has to climb somewhere around one hundred and fifty stairs, after climbing down a winding path. Needless to say, I think we all realized that we might be slightly out of shape! After finally making it to the top of the stairs, breathless and sweaty, despite the chill wind that was blowing, we sat around outside the front ...

    Selfies in Delphi

    A travel blog entry by sp13rome on Mar 07, 2013

    ... Quote from Dr. Hatlie). The second night, Father Thomas, a Cistercian monk and UD alum who has a big presence on campus and is our chaplain for the trip, joined us as well. The locals were a bit confused but we all had a great time. I actually wrote this entry on two separate days. At one point I was in the hotel and now I'm on the bus from Delphi to Thessalonica - we just stopped at the pass at Thermopylae, where "300 ...