Hotel Mysaion

Address: Synikia Mesi Trikalon, Peloponnese, 20400, Greece | Inn
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Travel Blogs from Synikia Mesi Trikalon

Happy Thanksgiving!

A travel blog entry by newtoa on Nov 27, 2014

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Thanksgiving has always been my favorite holiday. Since its not recognized in other parts of the world, we will celebrate in our hearts this year. We look forward to being with family and friends again next year! After experiencing rough waves this morning, we docked about 1 pm. Katakolon is a small port founded in the first half of the 19th century. We were hoping to find sun in Greece, ...

A Greek Sunday with the locals

A travel blog entry by pickledaardvark on Nov 23, 2014

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... did - it was funny sitting in the rooftop of the most expensive hotel in the city, and staying at the cheapest, but it was one of those magical evenings. We nursed our coffees and hot chocolates, Squirt got out her loom bands and made bracelets, and I took photos and just enjoyed watching the changing light as the sun set, the sky over the Aegean got pinker and Mount Athens came into view.

At exactly that moment, Squirt completely unintentionally broke the spell by looking ...

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A travel blog entry by katiespellmeyer on Oct 11, 2014

... the guys ran, and Ryan (Hammons not Reedy) came in first for that one, to be expected since he’s athletic and should be able to sprint for baseball. Followed by the guys race was the girls race, which to no one’s surprise Katie Mac won by a long shot, followed by Lizzie and Chrissy. Finally was the relay race. Each team was composed of two guys and two girls, and not to my surprise the ...

Crossing the Finish Line in Olympia

A travel blog entry by halleyc on Apr 28, 2014

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... the rain had stopped. Katakolon is a pretty port town, but smells strongly of sulfur, which was not very pleasant to wake up to. Once we got in the cab with Rob and Sue, our driver Fortis took us the 30-45 minutes to Olympia. Here, the ruins from the original Olympic stadium were discovered. We went with low expectations, but it was very amazing. The site is still being excavated, and the size of the place is enormous. We saw where the ...

Katakalon, Greece

A travel blog entry by a_j_s on Aug 28, 2013

... sick for the first time, I guess it's because I'm settled in now and I guess my mind has more time to drift. It's only natural though! I've had it many times before while living away. Anyway, tomorrow we are in Corfu and I'm escorting another tour. I believe we are going to visit some palaces, I don't have the full details yet although I will give you the full scoop tomorrow :) Ciao for now... Aj ...