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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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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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... that still had color on them. Greeks were not so white. They think everything was painted in bright colors. My kind of people. The countryside is mountainous, green and fertile. Orange grove after orange grove with ripe fruit on the trees. So excited cause next stop is free time in seaside town of Nafplio. Then our guide says " you have 30 min". So disappointed, but we still had time to find gelato shop recommended by Rick Steves and eating and enjoying ...
... stayed at was built in the 1800's. It was such an incredible feeling to know we were in such an old home and to imagine all those generations before us who lived within the same walls!
After a quick swim in one of the beautiful beaches, we headed for the seaside town of Nafplio. My cousin's husband took the role of tour guide, commenting and pointing out highlights along the way. We learned that, according to Greek mythology, Nafplio was founded and ...
... and friendly in the museum.
Then the big surprise! Guide books had always shown the theatre and I have not read more deeply, so did not appreciate the medical history of this place. There are temples, a running track to rival the one at Olympia, ruins of medical facilities and everything to support a large community and healing centre. The ruins have not been fully excavated, offering tantalizing glimpses of what still might be unearthed. What ...
... along with a large group of Orthodox Bulgarians, up to one of the peaks which had amazing views. Our guide was very concerned for our safety - in a mother-hen type of way - and encouraged us to find Greek lovers so that we could stay here and settle down in Greece. It was a hilarious tour, to say the least.
We walked back down the mountain, enjoying the views, the weather, and the oranges ...
... figure pottery to cities around the Greek world. Athenian potters later came to dominate the market. It was once believed that Corinth housed a great temple on its ancient acropolis dedicated to the goddess Aphrodite; yet excavations of the temples of Aphrodite in Corinth reveal them to be small in stature ...