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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Epidavria Tolon
The hotel was beautiful, delightfully decorated in vibrant colours. Staff were friendly and helpful. Its situation was good, away from main crowded areas yet close to the sea and tavernas. My room, not large, but with balcony and comfortable furnishings, was ideal. I especailly enjoyed breakfast in the beautiful dining room.
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... which he did), she brought him out a big plate of food. He had to eat this to be polite, of course. Then, she wanted us to see the lovely, new room in her hotel that faced the ocean and the view was truly amazing.
The first destination today was the Diros Caves of Mani, which are known as the entrance to Hell and also where Hercules fought the three-headed dog. Inside the cave, we boarded a small boat and our guide paddled ...
... and they put a fine on the blocking car. After an hour the girl with the blocking car turned up and dad/mum told her off. Also we visited the big Venetian castle above the town. I liked the views from the top of the castle and Mum and I went into the prison cell of the war hero, Kolokotroni.
... s heart and evolving theological understanding of God's purpose through Christ in the most intimate way.
His legacy set ancient Achaea upon a national path towards Orthodox Christianity that we who are Catholic by background and Protestant by practice have little exposure to and for which we have little appreciation. The Greek Orthodox church helps comprise the second largest family of global Christianity as Orthodox Christians today number ...
... apple pie a la mode! We also ran into the Pypers here so we had lunch with them.
Bus rides are very fun for everyone - they are playing cards, learning magic tricks, jamming to music, playing the contact game etc…. I am impressed with Luke's perseverance - at first he couldn't even shuffle cards, but once he practiced and Sam mentored him - he's not too bad now…..Now if I can just get him to practice his cello….. hahaha
... also we jokingly said we'd race him to Poros!
The little hop down the coast was lovely. There is a new road that hugs the rocky hillside on one side and follows the coastline on the other. As you climb up the hillside you get a wonderful view of the town of Epidavrous, the harbour and the bobbing white yachts on the beautiful blue sea (I can't ever see myself getting bored of that colour!)
We had made the decision ...