Hotel Malenia

Address: Bouboulinas 26, Tolon, Peloponnese, Greece | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Bouboulinas 26, Tolon, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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      WHERE I ENDED UP

      A travel blog entry by modernoddyseus on Oct 29, 2014


      “I’d like to make a toast. To Justin, finishing his travels! And to us, traveling together as a family again.”
      -----My mom, fifty-five years young and happy, sat beneath the Mediterranean sun outside a Greek restaurant. She ordered a “xoriatiki”, a Greek salad, and sat comfortably surrounded by blue: the white-and-turquoise tablecloths, the blue Mediterranean, the blue sky. My dad, an intelligent writer with black ...

      A DAY IN PELOPONESIA

      A travel blog entry by mek1 on Oct 17, 2014

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      ... when the Dorians conquered them.

      We then drove to Epidaurus to the Aescalepean. This site was a healing site run by Aescalepeus, i.e. according to his teaching and the teachings of Hippocrates and his daughter, Hygeia (from which the word hygienic comes). The ancient Greeks felt that healing required not only the physical, but the mental, nutritional, spiritual, and sensory pleasure. Thus music was always a part of the healing programs as ...

      Magic in the Mediterranean

      A travel blog entry by carolewi on Apr 29, 2014

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      ... level amphitheatre is awesome. The Ephesians living there in the second century enjoyed a fertile valley for agriculture, reliable rainfall and endless spring water, they really were the lucky city at that time. Wars and earthquakes put an end to that, but Ephesus today is once again alive with people; a large permanent contingent of excavators and of course tourists from all over the world. When we leave, the car park is filled to the brim with ...

      Corinth #1: Isthmus be my lucky day!

      A travel blog entry by brookskeith on Apr 24, 2013

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      ... so well with their mainland Attic cousins in Athens, but that is another story for another day we'll leave Thucydides to tell.

      The two hour bus trip traces handily the ancient route from Athens to Corinth which helped transform Corinth into one of antiquity's power players. The name Korinthos is derived from one of Zeus' sons, and was quickly attached to this strategic location early in Peloponnesian history. Corinthian bi-annual athletic games, called ...

      Uncovering the romantic side of Nafplion

      A travel blog entry by jenny.fisher on Apr 29, 2012

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      ... Then we were rewarded as we headed out to dinner, to see her resplendent in an ivory lace gown, leaving for the church. The hosts at this pensionne are two brothers who are keen to ensure that your stay is going well. They are helpful, warm and always cheery. The shop keepers and tavern owners are welcoming but not pushy, they recognize you if you return and are so grateful for your patronage. We have enjoyed our time here and tomorrow we leave for Santorini via Mycenae and ...