Kyparissia Beach Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Hot tub
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
TravelPod Member ReviewsKyparissia Beach Hotel Messinia
I arrived to a warn reception, even though I had not made an advance booking. A beautiful room with sea view and balcony, very helpful and friendly staff.
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This one is a bit rushed, as we are now heading to Paros Island in the Cyclades group, and will have very limited internet, so don't expect to hear from us quite so often!
We explored far and wide, from the ancient Messene ruins of a 2nd century AD city in the northwest, down to the famous Diros caves down the Mani peninsular to the southeast.
The caves are explored by small boat, and many of the ...
... a video of how they made gunpowder by hand and with the water powered mortar and pestle that was then demonstrated for us. The clinking and clanking as it ran sounded slightly ominous and according to the video they did have to be careful and keep watering things while it was running or they had accidents where people got blown up. The apparently made up to 400 kg a day back in the 1800's during the Turkish ...
... to enter it but the gates were locked. We made friends with Stavroula and Costa who live in Finikounda and they also lived next to our hotel. On our last night we went to Stavroulas house for dinner. They invited their friends over to meet us. We ate burgers and potatoes which were delicious! One of the friends Bill, knew lots of magic tricks. We also did arm wrestles with him. It was fun. I loved Finikounda because we had two pools at our apartment.
A Nice tavern, Tasty Food, Stunning surroundings!
We came across "Riviera Polovitsa tavern" which is close to Xirokampi village near Sparta. The village of Polovitsa is picturesque and it is surrounded by greenery and lush vegetation.
The village is picturesque and the tavern is an amazing spot for good local food and Greek cuisine. The cook is Mrs. Sandy ...
... and had enough by now, tired and just wanted to get to Sparta. I think we were about 1/2 hr out of Sparta. We finally arrive in Sparta and book into a cheap hotel. I didn’t care what it was like really, a room with a bed and a shower is all we wanted and that the car and us was in one piece. Thanks to Troy he did it, if I was driving I probably would of smashed the car. Our hotel room only 35 euro including breakfast and its fine for a ...