Hotel Mysaion

Synikia Mesi Trikalon, Peloponnese, 20400, Greece | Inn
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This inn is located in Synikia Mesi Trikalon.
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Travel Blogs from Synikia Mesi Trikalon

Love Letter to Greece

A travel blog entry by bbk2014 on Jul 12, 2014

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Your other cities and towns were equally as varied and fascinating, some with medieval walled cities, others with Venetian architecture, grand harbours, palaces, castles or fortresses perched high above. In most places, no matter how touristy, I could always find plenty of quiet alleyways to get lost in or lonely dirt tracks to ramble among your olive trees or citrus groves.

Even your ‘Greek time’ has changed since we were last together ...

The Fool that cursed Mankind

A travel blog entry by hermes.olympia on May 08, 2014

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Okay, so I guess that unleashing some 'woman' and all of her horrible gifts on the world is maybe a little overkill for revenge on Prometheus. Especially after he's just had his intestines eaten out every night for months... But Zeus knows best! If he wants this done, and Epimetheus is stupid enough to fall in love with some woman, then they totally deserve it anyway! Plus what's the ...

Bari to Katakolon

A travel blog entry by mackayps on May 06, 2014

... it docked immediately behind us giving the town a huge influx of visitors. After a little debate we decided on a self guided tour after renting a 9 sweater van. The ancient site of Olympia is about 38kms from Katakolon and after driving up there we took a horse and buggy ride around the road that overlooks thef ruins and the stadium. We were a little under whelmed by that and also the museum but it is the home of the modern Olympics and ...

Souvlaki and the Acropolis

A travel blog entry by lishinlondon on Oct 15, 2013

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... this world. I still haven't changed my mind about Tomato or Feta cheese so that's ruled out Green salads but my tastebuds have definately been treated on this trip.

Day two in Santorini saw us on a private boat sailing to the islands caldera, It was a beautiful old ship that I can only describe as looking like a pirate ship. We anchored and after a half hour trek to the volcanic crater we were rewarded with some amazing viewsof the island. From there we sailed to ...

Greek Isles Cruise

A travel blog entry by trevorrose on Jun 22, 2012

... were four other big cruise ships at anchor and we were lucky that our tour was the first off our ship and we were the first bus to depart the dock on an island tour! Consequently the half hour ride to Oia on the western end was a peaceful one, passing the capital Thira and winding our way along the top of the very high central part of the island! Santorini is very commercialized on one side and with a few very small farms along the other. Rainfall is ...