Kyparissia Beach Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Room service
- Refrigerator in room
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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... for a slice of spanakopita, and we managed to find a shoe repair shop. The owner recommended Bougris, the local taverna just across the cobblestone lane. A family affair, the restaurant was splendid and traditional.....meal balls and tomato sauce and stuffed eggplant and tomato. The side blind of the car had 'demagnetized' during the night, so the early morning sun flooded in and we awoke early, starting the day with a few rounds of sun salutations and standing ...
... 8221; for unlimited time during the day. I enjoyed all these on all 3 days of my stay. It offers a Rasul, a Herbal Steam bath, a Brine Light Steam bath, Ice-Grotto room, Golden Rain Shower, Dousing Bucket, Scottish Shower, Bi-Thermal, and Mist Showers. Each and every one is unique in its kind.
A HANDY TIP: Instead of having separate treatments I recommend to have it all with one of the indulgent Spa packages offered. (Check for my extended review on the Spa ...
... trout in Planitero. Well, trout for everyone except me as I opted for a really good grilled pork chop. My cousin Larry will understand my aversion to fish with small bones - it was certainly not part of my upbringing.
The weather, cool and foggy, added to the other-worldly feel of the area. We stayed in Langadia, perched high up in the mountains with the gods. Main occupations here are herding and masonary. Considering it ...
... It is impressive from the moment you enter it.
BULDING: It dates back from 1838 as the owner was telling us and it belonged to the well-known in the area Solomos family –the great Grandfather of today's owner. It is totally constructed in stone and has an intriguing history behind it as a Storage House for keeping silk production, an olive press with a marble oil well (tank). A glass cover just above the former oil storage well is ...
... over to the Acropolis entrance, patiently waiting until it was 8am and we could enter.
We had read that if you showed up later at the Acropolis, you could expect to wait in line for the rest of your life. So we were quite surprised when we strolled straight in, with no waiting at all. We walked all along the south side of the Acropolis, through the Dionysus theatre and other ruins. Slowly beginning the ascent up to the Parthenon and other ruins, we suddenly knew ...