Sea View Hotel

Main Street, Livadia, Central Greece, 85002, Greece | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Main Street, Livadia.
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Travel Blogs from Livadia

The last day

A travel blog entry by alma9000 on Aug 02, 2014

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... s go then and we may this quirrel still. However in the car the quirrel-pitched chimes rang back and forth, the Lefterides palmed his face. Where do we go now, little ones, where do we go? Here, no there, no here, you do not park so well. Meanwhile, restless Triton stirred the blue-shone sea. May all the cursed cruise boats rock and tourists ...

Xylokastro, bastard kotopoulakia, fish and ouzo.

A travel blog entry by alma9000 on Aug 01, 2014

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... the white waves. Maybe it is something with Poseidon smashing his trident, he says. I found this very likely. We looked it up and it is in fact Poseidon's son, Triton, causing it. He has a big seashell that he uses as a trumpet to either raise or calm the waves. Before Triton was born there was no such thing as waves. Normally Greek sayings have to do with balls. If my grandmother had balls, etc. But this has to do ...

Day 35. Singapore

A travel blog entry by laurel.furphy on Oct 07, 2013

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... and Orchard Road. We stayed on the entire route and then changed buses to the red route. This took us through Little India and the Malay area and then sort of caught up with the yellow route. So when the opportunity arose we swapped back to the yellow route and got off in Orchard Road. The time had run out on the pass, but we had seen a lot and it had saved us $66.00. We were about half way down Orchard Road and had done a bit of ...

Day 32 Naples. Italy

A travel blog entry by laurel.furphy on Oct 04, 2013

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... and yes the very narrow side streets had washing hanging everywhere. There were many large buildings of note and churches squashed in amongst houses. Palaces and forts could be seen scattered around. It is one of the oldest cities in the world, being established by the Greeks in the 9th century BC. But the traffic - its chicken, death wish, race you, 10 points for the nun, all rolled into one. We didn't get off at any of the stops as we ...

Day 29. Kusadasi Turkey

A travel blog entry by laurel.furphy on Oct 01, 2013

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... firstly for the ruins at Ephesus. These date from Roman times. By the second century it was an important port city with a population of over 300,000. The ruins are fascinating, ranging from bath houses, to toilets, to temples, to shops, to houses, to brothels, to libraries, to gyms, to theaters, to parliaments, and so on. In other words a very large wealthy town. Cleopatra and Mark Anthony spent their honeymoon here. St Paul preached and lived here for many ...