Hotel Mysaion

Address: 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

Greek Islands and Athens

A travel blog entry by reihanahemopo on Jul 05, 2015

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... over to Big Mikes for some food and a swim….everybody was wrecked. We decided because of our ferry departing time of 11am the next morning we would all have a quiet one. We had another sleep…til 7.30 and headed to dinner at the Hellenic Social Club. It was a really nice restaurant in Ios with some nice fine dining. We headed back to the hotel and fell straight back to sleep. I don’t think I have slept so much in 24 ...

001 Dulles - Thessaloniki

A travel blog entry by nicholaspappas on Feb 26, 2015

The plane safely touched the tarmac in Constantinople, the first leg of my journey. Passengers signaled their approval by applauding; and, then from nowhere the headscarves mysteriously appeared. The conservative women covered their hair and hid their faces; the progressives limited it to covering their hair. The plane radiated with a rainbow of colors on bobbing heads.

The first part of the sojourn, via ...

A slow day at sea

A travel blog entry by terry-christina on Apr 27, 2014

Today we were at sea, cruising slowly to Corfu. When we go ashore, we have tea and toast in our stateroom, so today we were able to enjoy a leisurely breakfast in the Lido restaurant, followed by coffee and several hours' reading in the ...

Souvlaki and the Acropolis

A travel blog entry by lishinlondon on Oct 15, 2013

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... picturesque village of Lefkes before heading to Naoussa for ou tasting. Whilst most people hated the ouzo I was right in my element enjoying my drink of choice. Ah how I love Aniseed....Raki in Turkey, Arak in Jordan, Pastis in France, Sambucca in Italy and now Ouzo in Greece.

It poured down with rain that afternoon and as the heavens opened I hid in a small cafe feasting on local dumplings smothered in chocolate. We had a Greek barbeque for tea. It was a meat ...

Confined to ship

A travel blog entry by travelsofmarty on Oct 23, 2012

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... are roped off from the general population that hold a two person lounge and a couple of chairs and a table that can have the curtain closed so the rich people who get to use them are not offended by the sight of all the other poor plebs on the ship. Today is the first day I have actually seen anyone in there, but I guess they must get sick of their presidential suites or wherever else they go so as not to be bothered by the rest of us. There are bars on ...