Villa Constantsia

Address: Notara & Smyrnis str., Kato Assos, Peloponnese, 20006, Greece | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located in the Foggy Bottom area of Kato Assos.
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Travel Blogs from Kato Assos

4Day Classical Greece Tour

A travel blog entry by braught on Mar 30, 2015

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... on bench looking over the Argolic Gulf. Cute town surrounded by 3 old fortresses that they light up at night. We staying at Amalia Hotel. Our rooms are very basic and have funny smell. Like big time Frebreeze or cleaning product. As we were leaving our rooms the smell in hall was weird mixture of dinner and cleaning products. A couple on the tour asked us what that weird smell was? I said "dinner" and we busted out laughing. Sarah and I cruised the dinner ...

WHERE I ENDED UP

A travel blog entry by modernoddyseus on Oct 29, 2014

14 photos

... optimistic after this, because I barely ever saw her again. Plus, I didn’t have a yacht.
-----I lived as a hermit amid the sweaty September heat in an abandoned resort village. My only friends were the chameleons I caught. And I didn’t even think they were really my friends. They just moved too slowly to get away from me.
-----My loneliness drove me crazy.
-----I sat in my village one evening, after sewing my broken tent for an ...

Cobbled streets of Nafplio

A travel blog entry by alexvarelas on Jul 02, 2014

34 photos

Hi everyone

We are now in Nafplio which was the first capital city of modern Greece. Mum took a photo of me standing under the statue of the first king of Greece, King Otho.

Dad and I went to the war musuem and we saw guns from the 1821 Revolution, photos of the Balkans Wars of which my great great grandfather fought. We ...

Poros, GR (Corinth Canal) to Kiato, (Peloponnese)

A travel blog entry by rknepper on Sep 15, 2013

2 comments, 18 photos

... charges and destroy the structure. Other authors maintain that German pioneers did cut the cables, thus securing the bridge, and it was a lucky shell by British artillery that triggered the explosion. Three years later, as German forces retreated from Greece, the canal was put out of action by German "scorched earth" operations. German forces used explosives to set off landslips to block the canal, destroyed the bridges and dumped locomotives, bridge wreckage and other ...

3 1/2 mile to the Islands

A travel blog entry by glennandcheryl on Aug 03, 2012

1 photo

... made our way to a different part of the Marina that could take a boat our size.

We all alighted and headed for town. We got to the first main road, and were having difficulty crossing the road, that is until one of the stray Marina dogs stepped out onto the road. All the traffic came to a abrupt halt, and we followed the dog. We had a quick look around the town, mainly to locate the supermarket, and for the girls to locate a shop to buy some pillows. ...