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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    Greek Islands and Athens

    A travel blog entry by reihanahemopo on Jul 05, 2015

    10 photos

    ... over to Big Mikes for some food and a swim….everybody was wrecked. We decided because of our ferry departing time of 11am the next morning we would all have a quiet one. We had another sleep…til 7.30 and headed to dinner at the Hellenic Social Club. It was a really nice restaurant in Ios with some nice fine dining. We headed back to the hotel and fell straight back to sleep. I don’t think I have slept so much in 24 ...

    Lovely Naxos

    A travel blog entry by trudie.hunter on Jul 05, 2015

    23 photos

    ... and olive oil cream. Our final stop was to see an ancient Houro - 10 metres long and lying down.He was too big to shift.Quite amazing. Day 7 6July Today was a travelling day.Milkas husband dropped us at the port at 9 am and soon we were on our way to Rafina(a port of Athens)We arrived about 4 30 pm We could see our hotel from the dock so we trundled our cases up the hill.Our room was very nice with lovely sea views. After freshening up we set off to find a ...

    Wait I recognize that Goat!!!!

    A travel blog entry by angandjen on Sep 23, 2014

    5 photos

    ... when you step into the tent and look up, up, up it's like "WOW!" The signs say this temple is 6 x 15 and that the Parthenon is 6 x 13 (however when I counted later at that Parthenon that didn't seem to be the case so perhaps I read it wrong). The Temple of Apollo was built in 450 - 425 BC and the Parthenon was built from 447 - 432 BC.

    We watched a video of them replacing one of the columns with a ...

    Souvlaki and the Acropolis

    A travel blog entry by lishinlondon on Oct 15, 2013

    117 photos

    ... it had of the Acropolis were stunning. I had my first taste of Greek cuisine and as I sat there eating with such an amazing backdrop I felt like all was right in the world.

    The next day I met tour group and we began with a walking tour of Athens. Our guide Themes aka Themey, a small Greek man, shared tales of the vities rich history with us. By now I have done a few tours and excusions and I have to say that I have never had a guide so passionate and well versed ...

    Coming into my own

    A travel blog entry by fleebeau on Jul 05, 2012

    3 comments, 1 photo

    ... to appreciate the freedom these ducks need and how, when they don't feel free, they simply find another way to get thier needs met. We all have needs and we all will do whatever it takes to get those needs met. My needs are no more important than others' needs, and often, compromise is needed. Anyway, I was originally supposed to stay here three weeks, actually leaving tomorrow, and then I would have one week to do something else before Jeremy and ...