Captain Nikolas

Naoussa, Macedonia Region, Greece | 4 star hotel
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Location

This 4 star hotel, located in Naoussa, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
 

Travel Blogs from Naoussa

Last day of beautiful Athens

A travel blog entry by joshmcrae on Sep 06, 2014

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... I found was To Trikyklo. It is a little joint specialising in Greek food, Mediterranean and seafood. I decided to order some Greek food as I’m in Greece and you can’t turn down a local dish! I finished up with dinner and met some of the locals over a couple drinks; it was really nice.

Early into the morning and I’m back into my room and just remembered I’ve got a plane to catch soon, ehhh. ...

Pozar Hot Springs

A travel blog entry by judi.johnson on Mar 09, 2014

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... see a mountain in the distance was really serene. Next to the hot springs is where the river ran down, with a waterfall right there. However, this is the cold water. We all thought it would be a good idea to run into the cold water and stand under the waterfall. I mean, it was pretty cool, because it was the first waterfall I stood under, but it was also very cold. Nothing in comparison to the polar plunge, but still very cold. Running back into the ...

Land of the Virgin

A travel blog entry by judi.johnson on Feb 10, 2014

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... my neck. There were intricately made gold headpieces that I wish I could have gotten pictures of. The detail is incredible when you think about the fact that they were made with gold. It's also crazy to think about how the concept of gold has changed so much since then. It used to be worn as a head piece or put onto your armor. Even the stone friezes/murals had gold incorporated into them.
Anyways, this is a lot of what the museum had. But there were certain spots where there was ...

Down to the underground graves!

A travel blog entry by jazminebattle on Jan 19, 2014

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Today was a very busy day. We headed from Kavala straight to Thessaloniki. This is the second place of St. Paul after his planting of Kavala. So we learned more about the church he started in Thessaloniki. Once we arrived to Thessaloniki we observed the entire city at the Great Wall, and received a few history points about the city. We then headed to The church of Agios Dimitrios. This church was the biggest and most important church of the city. In 1917 the church caught ...

Vergina

A travel blog entry by lisaknitter on Jan 19, 2014

... Phillip II's tomb is in this tumulus? It was well recorded that Phillip had a condition that affected his legs and his eye. His legs were known to be a bit uneven, so he probably walked with a limp. When the tomb was excavated, the leg armor found there is telling. The plate designed to cover the left leg is significantly shorter than the one designed for the right - a significant indicator that this is, in fact, Phillip II's grave. Unfortunately, I have no ...