Koryshades Village

Address: Evrytania, Karpenissi, Central Greece, 36100, Greece | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Evrytania, Karpenissi.
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    Travel Blogs from Karpenissi

    Second stop in Greece

    A travel blog entry by bevanow on Apr 12, 2015

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    ... s how close we are!! There are lots of shops ..very nice ones ...much higher end than the usual tourist ones...but I'm sure this is a popular destination - altho I only saw one tiny place to stay?? Maybe they all stay in Olympia ..the main destination for this port. It's a 30 min. ride ...and was very doable with ...

    First Day - Thessaloniki

    A travel blog entry by nicholaspappas on Feb 27, 2015

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    The Tourist Hotel's owner, Χρισα, and her twin adult sons remembered when Monica, Lydia and I stayed here two summers ago. No changes at the Tourist Hotel except the WiFi signal is much stronger and the buffet breakfast much better. The bathroom is funky; the shower stall ...

    The sanctuary of Posejdon

    A travel blog entry by kristoffero on Sep 29, 2013

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    ... located and served as a lookout point for ancient warriors. It is known to have been the centre point of three major battles. A battle of the Giants, a battle of the Centauri, and the feats of Theseus, undoubtedly one of the most ancient heroes, former King and
    ruler of Athens.

    The place has become a popular tourist destination for every traveler visiting Athens. One can find there a decent restaurant and a souvenir ...

    How bizarre.

    A travel blog entry by sootyandbert on Jun 15, 2013

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    Slept in till 8.30 and then into the bizarre in Kasdasa in Turkey. What an experience. In the first 5minutes we nearly turned round and went back to the ship. Soon as we hit the streets, they were in your face trying to take us into their shop. When they found out we were Aussies they would try all the Australian sayings they could think of. We persisted by getting nastier and nastier. Tried Turkish coffee ...

    Greek beginnings

    A travel blog entry by lavisher on Oct 04, 2011

    It took 2 days, a bus and 2 ferries (one overnight) to get to Greece, but I finally did! Actually it technically only took about 2 hrs to get from Turkey to Rhodes, Greece. But since I could still actually see Turkey from there I feel it hardly counts. After staggering around Rhodes for an afternoon with ALL my luggage at it's heaviest (it's still full of clothes and nessecities, but equally loaded with souvenirs and gifts now!), I ...