Kyparissia Beach Hotel
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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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... historical rubbish was all starting to feel the same to me, luckily Olympia was a little different in that it was my first Ancient World Wonder site. Unfortunately the Statue of Zeus at Olympia no longer stands, but the triangular shaped pediment from the temple, and its relief sculptures preserved in the museum were relatively intact and quite amazing to see complete with their tales of ancient times. There was a training area and stadium here too and ...
... my life liked it, so why here? I could do without it anyway, but I urge you to try the super delicious ‘Melintzanosalata’ for €9.00. It is extra tasty and I loved it. The eggplant is smoked "Agioritiki" salad with (florinis) bell peppers, garlic and extra virgin olive oil. It is so aromatic ….simply delicious.
Another nice appetizer is the Talagani for €14.00. It is grilled talagani cheese with sliced tomatoes and ...
... is one of those magical places where is you sit quietly, the mind-theater adds in the missing columns and the cheering of ancient Greek crowds.
Once I was done getting sunburned whilst inducing hallucinations amidst this pile of rocks, I moved on to the other town of infamy, Sparta. My initial impulse to kick people down wells whilst screaming was curbed by the fact that on Sundays the only people walking around in the morning as I was ...
... to Athens where we had a short wait for our flight to Heathrow. The flight was only 25 mins from Kalamata to Athens but we were given a drink and croissant and our knees were not tucked under our chins. The longer stretch from Athens to London was 4 hours. However, we had wine, a meal, drinks, headphones to use to watch the film and best of all, leg room!
All we have to do now is to plan our next visit!
... are nowhere near as bad as the Italians, but it is still not for the fain hearted. More concerning, as we left the city the road collapsed once again, slowing us down to 40km/h for about 10 minutes. By now, I was truly sick of driving, and just wanted to be in Podgorica. Getting closer and closer to the border, we were driving in the middle of nowhere according to the GPS, we were both hungry and it was nearly 4pm. Then of course, the road turned to gravel. This was ...