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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- 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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... like they really want customers. We were greeted with a couple glasses of homemade lemonade made with homegrown lemons. The hotel is a very small operation with only 7 or so rooms. But the rooms were very clean and tidy, and all the amenities were there. Food and drinks in the shared kitchen can also be had for free. You can only imagine how happy Tina was. :) The hotel is located on a hill, and it provides a splendid view over Nafplio's old town, port and ...
... part, which is of volcanic origin, where today's city is located, and Kalaureia (Greek: Καλαυρ 43;α, [kalavˈria]), also Kalavria or Calauria (meaning 'gentle breeze'), the northern and largest part. A bridge connects the two islands over a narrow isthmus. The Municipality of Poros also includes a part of the mainland, Kyaní Aktí (pop. 213), at the easternmost point of the Peloponnese Peninsula, between the island ...
... of building a road instead and pulling boats over the land on wheels. The actual canal was finished in 1892 and took over 10 years to complete. The temp is dropping here. Ate at a rooftop cafe overlooking the city on one side and looking up to the Parthenon on the other. Apparently weeknights are pretty slow here. All shops closing at 8. Guess there's no partying tonight. Off to bed early. Travel day to Ephasus ...
... and booked us to Athens via Cypress at no extra charge.
So we had a great trip over a good half of Greece with our Thunder Bay church group St Pauls. It was terrfific to see our friends from TBay again. We started in Athens and immediately boarded a cruise ship and sailed to Mykonos, Patmos, Santorini and Crete in 4 days. Then we were back in Athens to see the Parthenon and lots of other ruins. We then boarded a bus ...
... and then a bus to Nafplio. We expected some form of immigration yet we were only met in the port by a pushy taxi driver wanting to drive us the whole way "for a special price". Before we told him off (albeit politely) he told us that to get out of the port faster you just have to go through this random gate that was chained shut. Fortunately we were able to squeeze through the opening with our bags and we were at the train station within minutes. How dodgy is that?! ...