Kyllini Beach Resort
How has this resort rated in the past?
- Airport Transportation
- Tennis Court
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
Photos of Kyllini Beach Resort
TripAdvisor Reviews Kyllini Beach Resort Kylini
Travel Blogs from Kylini
... making trains this trip!) We have just spent the morning walking around the archaeological site of Olympus, finding the cheapest water and ice-cream in Greece (due to walking the wrong way to the site and finding a taverna near the back entrance, 0.50 Euro for Water/soft drinks and 1 Euro for beer. Bonus was the free Wifi). We chatted to Edward and non-demonic child Elizabeth via Facebook chat. Info ...
... hour. By the end of the tour of the museum, he only really had maybe 3 people from our entire bus still following him. Brittany and I mostly just stood around all day and just looked at each other in complete frustration.
The bathrooms in Olympia were probably my worst bathroom experience ever, not just restricting it to just Europe. We waited in line and once my turn came, I went in to the dirtiest room of my life. The ...
... and ivory, with a pool of olive oil in front, which when the sun from the east shone in, the rays would be reflected up onto the gold statue of Zeus giving it an amazing aura. Next to the temple of Zeus is the smaller temple of Hera - his wife. Across from the temple of Zeus is the sculptors workshop who built the Zeus statue and the statues of the winners. There is the gymnasium and the palaistra for wrestling, boxing and fighting. There were sponsors buildings, fountains ...
... and the simple olive oil and lemon dressing was very, very nice. Anne had a fixed meal which included an ouzo, and it was strong, Grappa strong! The local red was also quite potent, just a half litre luckily. But it washed down our local lamb meal a treat. It was so tasty!
after dinner we turn on the BBC news to find today they had the lighting of the Olympic torch for the Russian winter Olympics here today. That would explain the number of police in Pyrgos this ...
... games in the memory of Oinomaos.
Another myth about the origin of the Olympic Games comes from the Tenth Olympian Ode of the poet Pindar. He tells the story of how Herakles (Hercules), on his fifth labor, had to clean the stables of King Augeas of Elis. Herakles approached Augeas and promised to clean the stables for the price of one-tenth of the king's cattle. Augeas agreed, and Herakles rerouted the Kladeos and Alpheos rivers ...