Villa Constantsia

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

The last day

A travel blog entry by alma9000 on Aug 02, 2014

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So rose up in the morn the rosy-fingered dawn the loud-voice-spoken sister told the hungry babes in words for only native ears to understand. The ever voicing mother made a harsh response while in the fan-blown shade there were two waking eyes We're waiting just for you that we may go to town. But no, we are but waiting for the rest of you! ...

Nafplio day 3

A travel blog entry by bruce.poon on Aug 01, 2014

2 comments, 3 photos

... theatre goers into their restaurant. We eventually stopped at this one road side restaurant with lots of people eating outside. There was a glass enclosure at the corner of the restaurant. Inside, we could see two lambs being roasted on a spit, and two chefs chopping up another on one side. The lamb was juicy and tasty. It has lots of lamb taste that lamb lovers would die for but non-lamb lover would puke on. We loved it. One of the best surprise meals of the ...

Magic in the Mediterranean

A travel blog entry by carolewi on Apr 29, 2014

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... at sea, with a big program of events arranged by Holland. I have read a book, been to a concert put on by the Filipino staff, had my daily four laps of the promenade deck, browsed the ship's shops and started packing. Nev has had a separate itinerary, apart from the concert which we attended together. Our adventure is almost over. Tomorrow we go sightseeing in Naples, then depart the Noordam the following day and start for home via Rome and Dubai. Love from Carole and ...

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

A travel blog entry by rknepper on Sep 15, 2013

2 comments, 18 photos

... decline in traffic. Another persistent problem was due to the heavily faulted nature of the sedimentary rock, in an active seismic zone, through which the canal is cut. The canal's high limestone walls have been persistently unstable from the start. Although it was formally opened in July 1893 it was not opened to navigation until the following November, due to landslips. It was soon found that the wake from ships passing through the canal undermined the walls, causing further ...

Day 7 - Amazing Sites and An Even Better Concert!

A travel blog entry by craigmorris on Jun 17, 2012

11 comments, 90 photos

... between the 16th and 12th c. BC. Highlights here was the Lion Gate and Grave Circle A. We also saw the Treasury of Atreus - a huge beehive tomb thought to contain the father of Agamemnon. It was incredible - although it smelled funky inside :(

Next we had lunch all together - everyone got to order whatever they wanted - yummy greek salad, souvlaki, roast lamb, schnitzel, pasta etc…..the best was the fresh orange juice and dessert - ...