Xylokastro Beach Hotel

Address: Melissi, Peloponnese, 20400, Greece | Hotel
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This hotel, located in Melissi, is near Heraion, Efpalinion Tunnel, Archaeological Museum, and Moni Vronta.
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      Like Moses

      A travel blog entry by fearcuairt on Jul 20, 2014

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      ... day of floating in the ultra salty waters and lounging by the pool, we set off to Bethany on the Jordan, the spot where Jesus was supposedly baptized. Of course we were joined by a group of young American missionaries - they are so easy to spot - and as they dove into the algae infested waters, we waved to the tourists on the Israeli side. It was as close - 3 metres - as we would come to Israel. Close enough to see the flag unfurled, and to see the expression ...

      Day 21 and 22 Blog Athens

      A travel blog entry by bru48cas on Jun 01, 2014

      5 photos

      ... sights, The Acropolis, The Parthenon, the original Olympic Games stadium, the Temple of Zeus and the Acropolis museum. We were early enough to miss the majority of the crowds. They were coming into most of the sights as we were leaving. You find it difficult to comprehend the history you are walking around in. (Some things older than me, can you believe it.) A walk through the gardens to watch the guards at Parliament House (Google the changing of the guard ...

      Personal connections!!

      A travel blog entry by jazminebattle on Jan 22, 2014

      9 photos

      ... took us down under to the study room within one of the Stoa's that have been reconstructed. He explained to us how they keep record of EVERYTHING they dig and find. He explained Athens has the most subscribed records then any archeological site. Then he finished by explaining that it is easy to destroy thousands of years worth of history in one afternoon, so there are big risk involved. He ...

      Day 19 - Athens: Museum & Shopping

      A travel blog entry by bradborno on Oct 01, 2013

      1 comment, 12 photos

      ... Barry interjected with the most well timed comment of the night in Greek “Lagorias Mo Parakalo!” (May I please have the bill!). It certainly was time for the bill. Marco’s wife brought more “on the house wine” and some water bottles to go.

      We stuck around for the extra glass of wine, but decided it best not to linger any longer; and how appropriate it is that we end our Greek adventure with the very same ...

      Athens, Greece ~ A date with ruins and Gyros

      A travel blog entry by vacationista on Sep 05, 2013

      5 photos

      Arriving at the port of Athens, I was excited to explore the capital of this ancient land rich of antiquity. At first when we arrived, I thought the Greek capital was at a disadvantage since I'd just experienced heaven on earth within its islands with my amazing man Josh. It was urban, dusty, busy, and crowded- characteristics that describe a completely opposite atmosphere to the paradise I'd just left; however, we were pleasantly surprised by ...