Xylokastro Beach Hotel

Melissi, Peloponnese, 20400, Greece | Hotel
Prices starting from $52.00
 

Travel Blogs from Melissi

Athens the People's Place

A travel blog entry by pandar

25

... What a collection. 2 hours was enough time for this museum. It had a temporary exhibition of the relics from a shipwreck, which was interesting. We walked outside and sat at the café under the trees in front of the museum and enjoyed a sandwich and some cool drinks…

We got back on the red bus, (tickets last for 2 days), and go back to the hotel as Sean has purchased a piece of history from the museum! As we get off the bus, we notice ...

Athens - City of the Gods

A travel blog entry by peterndolly

3
11

Athens our home for the last four years based in Porto Rafti with a wonderful sea view.

From Athens fond memories of the Acropolis as depicted in the painting now hanging in our house in Spain (Big Thank you to Peter's colleagues at Hill International). Amongst the other ...

Historic Athens - explored in1/2 day !

A travel blog entry by hilaryramsey

37

... restaurants and shops all around us.

It was 18 e each in a 4 bed dorm with a balcony overlooking the square & restaurants. There was a travel agency in the building where you can organise a trips to the islands and a garden bar downstairs – all very nice.







We were given a map and pointed in the direction of the Acropolis so headed up ...

Kusadasi and Patmos

A travel blog entry by lrbeard

6

... a contest. My group did bohemian rhapsody and despite me being slightly biased I think our group sounded better but in the official computer generated score we lost. Then we did our tour song Summer of 69 and crazily our score was 69! So crazy! We decided not to watch the fairly cheesy performance tonight so we headed up to the disco deck straight after the karaoke. Up here there was lots of drinking and we played a few card drinking games until we decided we were exhausted and ready for ...

Buried treasure from Sikyon

A travel blog entry by denfrancis

5

... I was relieved to see that although i was the only visitor, there were staff at the small museum and around the site. I went to the Museum first, quite small, housed in a former Roman bath-house, restored, as the guide book says, in 1935.

On show was a mixture of artifacts from Mycenaean to Roman times and I was especially interested in the small grave markers ...

Location

This hotel, located in Melissi, is near Efpalinion Tunnel, Heraion, Archaeological Museum, and Moni Vronta.
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