Xenonas Drimos

Address: Lesvou Str 14, Karpenissi, Central Greece, 36100, Greece | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Lesvou Str 14, Karpenissi.
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Travel Blogs from Karpenissi

Lovely Naxos

A travel blog entry by trudie.hunter on Jul 05, 2015

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... and olive oil cream. Our final stop was to see an ancient Houro - 10 metres long and lying down.He was too big to shift.Quite amazing. Day 7 6July Today was a travelling day.Milkas husband dropped us at the port at 9 am and soon we were on our way to Rafina(a port of Athens)We arrived about 4 30 pm We could see our hotel from the dock so we trundled our cases up the hill.Our room was very nice with lovely sea views. After freshening up we set off to find a ...

Santorini Sunset Cruise

A travel blog entry by trudie.hunter on Jul 03, 2015

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... jacket and stayed close to the boat as the current was quite strong.Very brave for me. After this we were served a delicious meal.There were chicken and pork dishes with a variety if salads plus tsaziki.The cook gave us a demonstration on how to make this the authentic Greek way. We sailed on till 9 pm when the sun set and then we headed back to port.We both agreed that this had been a great experience.Well worth doing. Day 4 July 4 For our final day on the island we were picked up ...

Monasteries of Meteora rocks

A travel blog entry by kristoffero on Sep 28, 2013

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... was escorted to my room by a lovely the hotel owner. It was a family run guest house, actually. I loved it. My train dream had come true. 30 minutes later I was resting my bruised body on a comfy bed with a cold drink in my hand, watching some blockbuste movie with Greek subtitles. I regained my energy and decided to have a short walk to nearby shop to replenish my provisions. A shop assistant was a charming elderly lady so keen to chat ...

Church festival

A travel blog entry by teresaingreece on Aug 14, 2012

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Tuesday Aug 14
Today we relaxed. Went on the dingy across the harbor to a spot for a swim and to test out the dingy motor.
After lunch we relaxed and then Andy and I went in the evening across on the ferry to check out the celebration at
the church. They had many tables and chairs set out and a huge stage with a sound board fit for the Rolling stones so we
thought it should be good. Because everyone starts to eat and party so late we sat for a long time and ...

Roma!

A travel blog entry by gregdenton on Aug 28, 2011

... costumes.  I listened to my iPod of the walking tour I downloaded before I left.  I spent 2 1/2 hours there but I could have spent the whole day circling the arena.  Facts: The Romans were the most advanced architects of all time. When the Collessium was built, it could hold 60,000 people and could empty out in 15 minutes!  On a given day, over 2,000 men were killed in action and so were 8,000 animals such as tigers, lions, and elephants. That's ...