O Xenonas Ton Mylon (The Myloi Inn)

Address: Old National Rd, Argous-Tripoleos, Myloi, Peloponnese, 21 200, Greece | 3 star inn
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This 3 star inn, located on Old National Rd, Argous-Tripoleos, Myloi, is near Nauplion Promenade, Tolo Beach, Tiryns, and Achaia Clauss Winery.
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      Canal + Ruins, what more do you want in one day!

      A travel blog entry by pjwilton on Sep 08, 2014

      15 photos

      ... After a call to the Medical Centre, they send a wheelchair to collect me.
      Our unlucky room porter has this job. he would be lucky to weigh 60kgs.
      I get sorted out with some steri-strips and bandage overkill and return to the room, where we notice that in addition the the carpet, there is blood on the outside decking and even the curtains. The appears to be no end to my bleeding talents.
      Plenty of time left to get ready for tea and go to a show. Another great day.


      Driving in Greece

      A travel blog entry by ruth.donald on Sep 04, 2014

      12 photos

      ... bags packed we paid our bills and the hire car arrived. After doing all the paperwork we piled into the hire car with Shirley in the drivers seat and Ruth navigating. From the back seat David & I kept alternating between fits of laughter and moments of terror. Shirley handled it well though as driving on the wrong side of the road is just, well,..... Wrong! The way out of Athens was pretty well signed and we had only one missed step and once onto ...

      Day 15 - Peleponese: Epidaurus Theatre & Navplion

      A travel blog entry by bradborno on Sep 27, 2013

      2 comments, 18 photos

      ... br>

      Reaching the top row of the theatre, we decided to sit and watch other tourists entertain us. Unfortunately there were not many more tourists to applaud or boo off stage at this time, which is probably the only time we wished for more tourists at an ancient site. A tour group soon rolled in, forming a circle and clapping in unison on the direction of the tour group leader. They clapped and clapped, making their circle smaller as ...

      Supplemental # 2: A Word on Sources

      A travel blog entry by brookskeith on Apr 25, 2013

      ... University Press, 2003, as my primary field text. Fleming's work is more theologically reflective which is surprising coming from an archeologist! Fant and Reddish (both from Stetson in my native state of Florida) provide a well organized and exhaustive review of each site which was invaluable as I hiked over, under and through the ancient world with them at hand; these sites are large and can be confusing and time-consuming without good guidance in hand.

      Lost on the Mycenaean Road & Epidaurus

      A travel blog entry by finnegan on Nov 07, 2011

      14 photos

      ... and other events. They gave us a white box with five Jordan Almonds in it used as a wedding favor. The candies represent faith, trust, truth, prosperity and children for the newlyweds. The first child is named after the father of the husband; the second child after the mother of the husband; the third child after the father of the wife; and the fourth child after the mother of the wife.

      We drove to Epidaurus where ...