Hotel Achillefs

4 Stefanopoulou, Olympia, Peloponnese, 270 65, Greece | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Olympia

Our week on the cruiseship

A travel blog entry by malloryharvie on Jun 13, 2014

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... woke up pretty sick. At first we were hoping maybe it was a hangover as we had had some drinks the night before while swimming (and because I get hungover off very little alcohol). However, as the morning passed I started to grow pretty achey and mid-morning I ended up leaving the swimming pool deck where we had planned to spend our day and spent a few hours napping in my stateroom. It was probably the worst fever and achey, terrible sick feeling ...

Our day in Katakolon/Olympia, Greece!

A travel blog entry by malloryharvie on Jun 12, 2014

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... covered in water and the toilet seat wasn’t attached the toilet. There was no toilet paper, the tap on the sink didn’t work and oh yes, there was no lock on the door. Luckily, Brittany got me in the habit of saving all the wet wipes we got on the airplanes and at other tours and napkins from restaurants so it worked out okay. I’m really glad it was at least a free trip to the bathroom as yes, the majority ...

Off the water, bus cruising now.

A travel blog entry by cwonholiday on May 17, 2014

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... than a solid wall. Onwards aross the magnificent bridge which crosses the Corinthian bay from Rion to Antirion and a quick photo stop at the other end. A stop at 5pm for afternoon tea at Clovine Beach on the coast of the Ionian Sea, on through the town of Nafpaktos (Lepanto) and up an incredible zig zag road to Delphi for dinner and overnight stay at HotelAmalia - this one deserves it's 5 star status. Superb on all fronts, views and food particularly.
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Katakolon and Olympia, Greece

A travel blog entry by eliandvicky on Mar 14, 2014

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... one in our opinion was the statue of Hermes carved in the 4th c. BC. He is holding his a baby who is his brother Dionysos who was named the god of wine. Story goes Zeus gave the god of wine to Hermes and he wouldn't stop crying until grapes were dangled in front of him hence his name. This is one of the finest works of the late classical period and you can really see why. We then walked into the Olympia village which has lots of ...

Bringing a little of America to Greece

A travel blog entry by katelynthoresen on Dec 04, 2013

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... off on our last excursion! We went to Nauplio and Olympia! We also stopped at Epidaurus, Tiryns, and Mycenae. If you're a history buff, you may know what these places are. Nauplio is the first capital of Greece. And everyone should know that Olympia is where the first Olympics were held, in the 8th century BC. The history is so incredible! We had a history professor along with us for the weekend, so I know everything...and there's a lot! ...

Location

This hotel, located on 4 Stefanopoulou, Olympia, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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