Rupicapra Villas

Address: Megalo Papingo 22, Epirus, 44004, Greece | Villa
 
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This villa is located on Megalo Papingo 22, Epirus.
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      A Greek Sunday with the locals

      A travel blog entry by pickledaardvark on Nov 23, 2014

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      ... that was shown on our map, but all we found were a set of mostly deserted exhibition halls and a small Greek book fair. I think funfair lost something in translation.

      We wandered back towards the port area, enjoying watching the sun over the Aegean, and when we got to Aristotle Square and saw the the Electra Palace hotel, I remembered reading in a newspaper travel article that non-residents could drink in the rooftop garden coffee bar and get a wonderful view of the sea. So ...

      Philipili Macadonea

      A travel blog entry by stuart.snyder on Oct 11, 2014

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      ... the first European, Lydia.to Christianity and was mentioned in the book of ACTS. There isn’t any archaeological evidence from the time of ST Paul and it was claimed that Christians had to remain hidden as they were persecuted. So the earliest Christian relics are from about the 4th century AD when Rome became Christian.

      It gave me great satisfaction to get around like the locals ...

      Love Letter to Greece

      A travel blog entry by bbk2014 on Jul 12, 2014

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      Your other cities and towns were equally as varied and fascinating, some with medieval walled cities, others with Venetian architecture, grand harbours, palaces, castles or fortresses perched high above. In most places, no matter how touristy, I could always find plenty of quiet alleyways to get lost in or lonely dirt tracks to ramble among your olive trees or citrus groves.

      Even your ‘Greek time’ has changed since we were last together ...

      Things that go 'bark!' In the night.

      A travel blog entry by a88y3 on Sep 20, 2013

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      ... walking back to the Motel, we saw a little chihuahua behind a fence that had a sign on it that said 'beware of the dog.' It was yipping and scratching at the fence. Mum said, 'is that the dog we're meant to beware of? It's so cute!' Then a big deep bark came from behind the fence. That started a chain reaction of barking, and we are still (about 45min-1h later) hearing the barking of the neighborhood dogs. ...

      The Odyssey (See What I Did There?)

      A travel blog entry by nickbeaumont on Jun 22, 2012

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      ... paying homage to those stab-happy stories.

      The most impressive sight to see in Athens is of course the Acropolis, which stands on a rocky outcrop in the middle of the city. The structure is a citadel containing buildings that are probably over 3000 years old, including the most famous - the Parthenon, whose gleaming marble white columns are so well persevered and restored, you can almost see Jove himself standing there, looking down at the mortals below and ...