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Greece: Greece solo in March/April, formal cruise, athens hotel
formal cruise, athens hotel, solo travelers: Hi Lauren, I think as long as you are comfortable on your own, you should travel independently. You ll meet other travelers along the way, Greeks are friendly and I think that you will take much more away from your trip by experiencing it on your own with...

Greece: Greece over Thanksgiving, olympic airlines, yiasou
olympic airlines, yiasou, mykanos: yiasou Marlo, thanks for the question, November is puzzling ... It will be shawl weather and alot of the places that are open will be selling the woolen ones so you won t freeze...they are good souvineers. The prices are lowest at this time of year...

Greece: Greece to Thessaloniki and in between, st dimitrios, kaki pants
st dimitrios, kaki pants, long skirt: Yiasou again Bobi, Tee-caa-knees ? (How are you?), poli calh, efaresto (very well, thankyou) reservations can be made over the phone for the train by calling: 21052-97-777 . Only site I know of that you might be able to reserve on line is...go to...

Greece: Greece Travel, gule gule, piraeus port
gule gule, piraeus port, yiasou: Yiasou (or Gule Gule) Christel, Thanks for the question, If you are flying into Athens and want to FLY into Istanbul you will have to return to Athens for your flight. If that is the case then you might want to visit one of the near islands just off the...

Greece: Greece Travel, minor headaches, aegean coast
minor headaches, aegean coast, greek vacation: EVA, thanks for the kind remarks. I am contacting as many of those that I can who have asked questions recently to relate something I just read in an article(s) on www.phantis.com... (Aug 12th)...Due to a DECREASE in tourism this year in GREECE, prices are...

Greece: Greece - Trip of a lifetime!, rough itinerary, greece trip
rough itinerary, greece trip, yiasou: Yiasou Jim, Thanks for the question, UPDATE TO MY LAST: Athensguide.com/practicalinfo is an excellent site that if you can access it will give you ooodles of info on transportation both train and bus ... Good Luck ... Cahl Cristoyiana (Merry Xmas in Greek)...

Greece: Greece to Turkey, itenirary, flying dolphin
itenirary, flying dolphin, couple seats: Yiasou Javairia, Thanks for the question, Since it is 2007 and the ferry schedules may change in 2008 the following is just speculation: 1) Doesn t matter either Mykonos or Santorini are about the same as you must go to nearby PAROS (about same distance...

Greece: Greece and Turkey, cycladic islands, calh
cycladic islands, calh, beach time: Yassis Chris, thankyou for the question, Toughie...The Train from Istambul goes to Alexandroupoli (near the border)...there you might have to connect to the direct train to Athens ... total of 44-Euro (2nd class). And we are looking 24-hours. 9 in Turkey...

Greece: Greece in May, black sand beach, palace at knossos
black sand beach, palace at knossos, minoan palace: Hi Guy, I suggest in addition to Mykonos and Santorini you consider Crete, with the trip starting with Crete, then Santorini then Mykonos and finally Athens. Crete provides you with the real Greece. Santorini provides the spectacular scenery, Mykonos...

Greece: Greek Fashion, greek chat rooms, greek fashion
greek chat rooms, greek fashion, greece chat: yiasou Kristal, oooops! Ref: Greek Chat Rooms been to many ... mostly they are unoccupied...or perhaps I just don t visit at right hours... And most are the usual 1/2 line abbrv wds inre: I wanna meet U...what is ur sign.. sort of thing. But...

Greece: Greek ferries, e mail address, mail person
e mail address, mail person, greek ferries: Yiasou Julie, No, did not forget you, Here is an e-mail person (place) that can probably help you more then I can. They can hook you up with tickets and rooms as well. And they are fairly honest too. And they are located IN MYKONOS. Rita@Windmills-travel.com...

Greece: Which Greek Island Best?, piraeus port, port of piraeus
piraeus port, port of piraeus, going to greece: Aloha from Hawaii Diane, TAKE 2 If you are 46 & 50 & going to Greece for 10-days you probably aren t worried about the old budget so I would say Land in Athens, get a room in Plaka area, DIOSKOUROS HOUSE At #6 Pitakou (tel. 324-8165) is very nice and...

Greece: Greek Island Hopping in July, island in the cyclades, piraeus port
island in the cyclades, piraeus port, topless beauties: Yiasou Colleen, Thanks for the question, Every year many 1000 s of people journey to Greece for the summer ... of all the months to go JULY is probably the easiest for THEM but is the WORST time to go...AVOID JULY. WHY you ask ? The only thing higher...

Greece: Greek Island Hopping in October 2006., ferry cruises, flying dolphin
ferry cruises, flying dolphin, yiasou: Yiasou Dave, (Efaristo) Thank you for the question. In Early October it is still possible to make the route that you plan to take. Athens (fm: Piraeus) to Crete (about 28-Euro)(Iraklion) goes about 3-times a day...10-hours. You might want to take the...

Greece: Greek Islands, night time entertainment, caprice bar
night time entertainment, caprice bar, c greetings: Greetings Cynthia. If you have not been to Mykonos, that s the island. It s a six hour ferry from Pireas, the port of Athens via the slow ferries which I recommend over the faster hydrofoils, whic take half the time, but the ride is bumpier and not even...

Greece: Greek Islands, saronic gulf, venetian castle
saronic gulf, venetian castle, pistaccios: Yassis Greg, thank you for the question, Not an easy question to answer...as ones favorite island might not live up to anothers expectations. Of the ones you have mentioned I would say go to NAXOS ... It is big enough to get away from the port town and...

Greece: Greek Islands, student hostels, top islands
student hostels, top islands, itenerary: Yiasou Charlotte, And here is the followup ... 2-wks in Greece on the cheap ... Suggest you bring sleeping bags for campsites that way for 3 of you it could cost less then 15-Euro a nite combined or even less if you really roughed it. Stay...

Greece: Greek Islands, yiasou, incorrect key
yiasou, incorrect key, line islands: Yiasou Bill, sorry, screwed up somewhere ... guess I hit the incorrect key ... anyhow, in ref your Q ... very difficult to answer ... But I will give you some quidance that you may then discard completely if you like. 1) It depends on the time you...

Greece: Greek Islands Athens to Kusadasi, Turkey, narrow mountain roads, kusadasi turkey
narrow mountain roads, kusadasi turkey, turkey landing: Yiasou again Garry, Ref: my last on ur Q on Island Hopping in Greece. You could do several possibilities...however all revolve around SAMOS & KOS ... depends on whether you want to ferry directly into KUSADASI (Samos)...or BUS there from BODRUM (KOS)...

Greece: Greek Islands this August, oktoberfest in munich, camping bungalow
oktoberfest in munich, camping bungalow, ferry fm: Yiasou again charlie, JUST A brief follow-up on my last... IF you do get a double-room as a single...tell the management that you are expecting a friend to join you soon and you want to know if there will be any additional charge...IF they say yes...

Greece: Greek Islands Honeymoon Which Islands Should I Visit?, greek islands honeymoon, mykonos santorini
greek islands honeymoon, mykonos santorini, crete area: Yiasou Ga von, thanks for the question. And wow, I am answering it from the island of Crete, area of Hania in the western portion of the island. With money no object and it being a honeymoon you should really go to the websites that have great honeymoon...

Greece: Greek Islands to Istanbul, aegean airlines, cliff faces
aegean airlines, cliff faces, old ruins: Yiasou Jessica, Thankyou for your comments, REF: My last ... Here is some additional on CHIOS. CHIOS is do-able, IF YOU FLY THAT IS. In Feb, there should be NO problem catching the little Olympic bird (Or Aegean Airlines) that goes daily for about...

Greece: Greek Islands travel, olympic airways, amazing photos
olympic airways, amazing photos, santorini: Joe There are flights from Santorini to Crete - see http://www.cretetravel.com/flights (if you can t get all you need you can look at the Olympic airways website - or ask for tickets via a shipping agaency in Heraklion, Paleologos shipping - info@paleologos.gr...

Greece: Greek Islands, lonely planet guidebook, lawyer friends
lonely planet guidebook, lawyer friends, business hub: Yassou Christine, and thanks for the question. Good that you reserve early...Santorini is very expensive and all rooms will be gone when you get there in August, as it is probably their busiest month. If you can go two or three to a room you will save...

Greece: Greek Isles in October, myconos, greek isles
myconos, greek isles, border line: Yiasou Michelle, thank you for the interesting question. October is border line, but the seasons get longer each year it seams, and even in late October not all is closed in Mykonos or Santorini. Winds could be a problem in October ofcourse, as the...

Greece: Greek and Italians, italian expression, greece italy
italian expression, greece italy, south of italy: Hi again, Stacyia! Greeks and Italians, being Europeans living by the Mediterranean, have a lot in common. The Hellenes ruled in Rome, the Romans ruled Greece from 146 BC. During the Byzantine times, many Greeks migrated to the south of Italy, and still...

Greece: Greek islands, flea market area, plaka area
flea market area, plaka area, piraeus port: Yiasou Sumil, thanks for the question, That is a toughy as you are on the edge of winter, and the summer temperatures should have ended. It could be cloudy, rainy and cool whereever you go and the beaches should be all but closed. (ALL-BUT meaning...

Greece: Greek islands in early April 07, wave forcast, flying dolphin
wave forcast, flying dolphin, weather forcast: Yiasou Hilary, Thank you for the question, Since you have the conference in late March, you should get to Athens, check the weather forcast and wave forcast from yours or a computer in your hotel. IF it looks good buy your tickets at that time, you shouldn...

Greece: Greek islands in October, saronic gulf, quiet fishing village
saronic gulf, quiet fishing village, spicy aroma: Yiasou Taliana, thanks for the question, Some of the nearer islands are easy to get to and offer much in the way of Greek Island flavour without having to forever be on the sea at a time when the weather might change....I speak of the islands in the Saronic...

Greece: Greek School, hellenic american union, forthnet gr
hellenic american union, forthnet gr, greek civilization: Hi Stacyia! In Greece there are many schools you can attend to learn Greek and about Greek culture. But you don’t specify where you want to study. If you want to study close to your home, you should contact the Greek embassy in Washington, DC, Tel: 202/667-3168...

Greece: Greek Trip, electra palace hotel, elounda blue palace
electra palace hotel, elounda blue palace, crete elounda: James Athens for 2 days (2 nights) - very good idea and just right. Have the perfect suggestion - as the budget is generous - stay at one of the best suites in the Electra Palace Hotel or if more traditional and formal luxury (and higher price) seems...

Greece: Greek travel, laundry list, greek travel
laundry list, greek travel, free entrance: Hello again Mark, Ref: UR Greek trip ... Just had an original thought ..(1st one this year) Since 2003 is just getting underway and GREECE has changed with the EURO and the prices and everyone out to make a buck off the tourists...I thought it would...

Greece: general vacation, jenny jenny, mini guide
jenny jenny, mini guide, speaking english: Jenny Firstly - speaking English is fine, if one person you meet does not speak English the next person will or, at least a little. I really specialize (live, learn, do business etc) in Crete. The largest and most varied of Greek islands. If you...

Greece: general vacation, mount athos, traveling to greece
mount athos, traveling to greece, holiday area: Hi, as my profile says I am knowledgeable about Halkidiki area. The area itself is purely holiday area for Greeks and foreigners. There are good sights to be seen in conjunction but involve travelling. There are trips to Pella, Odessa, Mount Athos, Vergina....

Greece: gift giving in greece, hospitality gifts, religious event
hospitality gifts, religious event, family gifts: yiasou Pri, ref your question on gift giving ... This practice is in general, a think of the past... However for SPECIFIC occasions it does still exist...such as when you are invited to a wedding , baby shower , name-day . Then same rules apply as...

Greece: Two girls in Greece, saronic gulf, greek population
saronic gulf, greek population, nafplio: Hi Mendy, There are a lot of must-see places in Greece, but you are kind of limited by time (you can t travel too far from Athens), so you will have to choose the style of your visit (how many places you visit, how far away they are, etc). Based on...

Greece: greece, elena paparizou, hashish dens
elena paparizou, hashish dens, oracle of delphi: Yiasou Natasha,thanks for the question ... Boy that is a question that could call for a loooonnnnnng answer ... lets hope it isn t ... During the Classical period the mark of a good musician was one that could convey VIRTUE. Intregal part of Greek...

Greece: greece, monastiraki, ticket agencies
monastiraki, ticket agencies, plaka: Yiasou Karen, Thanksyou for the question, I was offline for about a week and the Q s piled up so I will have to be brief if that is possible, as I am playing catch up ! I only do Budget types ... not 5-stars ... In ATHENS, small, plain, yet clean...

Greece: greece, port of piraeus, athens port
port of piraeus, athens port, going to greece: Hello again Barb, I love Aussie women and you are BOTH my age...over 18!!! Peak season ... well, achually nothing in Mykonos from me but if you try e-mail to Rita@windmills-travel.com I am sure they could reserve something for you. Probably on Santorini...

Greece: greece cruises v. hydrofoils, greece cruises, flying dolphin
greece cruises, flying dolphin, cruise companies: Yiasou Lara, thankyou for the Q. Ref the Cruise ships...I know very little...although if you go to a site called sixthstar.com and then browse around you can find some excellent cruises that travel through the Med in general and Greece in particular at...

Greece: greece: cultural habits, principle concepts, nonverbal cues
principle concepts, nonverbal cues, power relationships: Kym Thank you for your questions. Much as I would enjoy asnwring all your questions time does not allow this...these are a numerous and demanding. Of an evening, over cognac these questions can be considered, let me know when you will be in Crete! ...

Greece: greece in november, minoan civilization, aegean coast
minoan civilization, aegean coast, island of crete: Crete is one of the warmest places in Greece year-round, so it s probably your best best weather wise. There is a lot of damage from the fires in the Peloponese, but there are still plenty of nice places - in mid November though, I don t know how fun it will...

Greece: greece, american express travelers, diners club
american express travelers, diners club, rare times: Yassou Melanie, thnks for the question, In the past I would have said American Express Travelers checks...Also the AMEX office is readily available in downtown Athens, located in Syndagma square, right above the McDonalds. Good place to receive mail too....

Greece: the greek alphabet, greek alphabet, language signs
greek alphabet, language signs, restaurant signs: Yiasou Piihonua, thankyou for the deliteful question, Being interested in puzzles, codes, crypto myself, the language of the country goes right along with that...so it was (and still is) a challenge and fun to try and interprete what the signs say...and...

Greece: greek ferry travel + local beverages, olympic airways flight, greek ferries
olympic airways flight, greek ferries, olympic airways: HI JEFF Denny here, Allexperts...Greece. Wanted to mention recent articles I have read on the Greek site www.Phantis.com (you should browse it) ... The jist of it is that due to LOW tourism this year the Greek tourism industry (Grocery stores, taxi...

Greece: greek islams, piraeus port, islam islam
piraeus port, islam islam, better beaches: Yiasou Jessica, thanks for the question , The word is ISLAND (not Islam ... Islam is a religion), Myconos & Santorini are ISLANDS ! September is an excellent month to go...Myconos is easier to get to (more ferrys go & return daily then do Santorini)...Myconos...

Greece: greek island accomodation, port of piraeus, plaka area
port of piraeus, plaka area, irish girls: Yiasou Aoife, Thank you for the question, I have been away from my computer for the past 4-days and will not be back until Monday/Tuesday, when I promise to try and answer all of your questions... Some of which I can answer now... Normal ferry...

Greece: Half built homes, city of knossos, wonderful visit
city of knossos, wonderful visit, loop hole: Hello again DAN, Ref the half built houses on Crete ... The Greek Bureauocracy has a loop hole and everybody it seems uses it. It does have to do with TAXES/money etc .. There is a time period that you have to constuct your building...however,...

Greece: Halkidiki in late March, agia paraskevi, pefkohori
agia paraskevi, pefkohori, holiday area: Hi Dave Well, the earliest we arrived in Greece was 1 May and that was 1999. It was super, 85 deg and sunny. However, the last two years May was ONLY! 75-80 deg and sunny with cooler nights. I believe March can be around the 65-70 deg mark, but nowadays...

Greece: Hello!, high school freshman, herd mentality
high school freshman, herd mentality, public transporation: Greetings Karin, I ll answer your question in order asked. Places to see (historical) 1. Acropolis (Parthenon)early morning, at twilight. 2. Epidauros-outdoors apmhitheater with perfect acoustics-seeing an ancient play performance in the summer evening....

Greece: Help getting around Greece urgently needed!, train timetable, train lines
train timetable, train lines, bus info: Yiaou Kristy, Ti Kana te ? followup: ref your last Q: I noticed I missed a part of it. as to BUS info in Athens: numbers to call: TERMINAL A Corinth, and peleponnese destinations...(Kifissou #100 Street) phone: 21051-24-910 or 32-601 TERMINAL...

Greece: Help us please!, gulf of corinth, northern trains
gulf of corinth, northern trains, central greece: Yiasou, Ti canis, calh ? Great that MARY speaks Greek, that will really be a big plus. Hopefully, we will run into you while up there or perhaps in Athens. Still haven t figured out my route as I am going with a friend and he wants to see...

Greece: Hi Denny, myself and 2 others..., peloponesse, pirgos
peloponesse, pirgos, ionian island: Yia sou Gibsy (Katherine) or gule-gule for those headed EAST, thanks for the question. Gotta lotta time ? Zakinthos is an Ionian island off the WEST coast of Greek Peloponesse. You are headed to TURKEY, off the EAST end of Docecanese Greek islands......

Greece: Hiking the Gorge - Fitness, gorge fitness, marathon run
gorge fitness, marathon run, water places: yiasou to you, and thankyou for your question... The gorge is a formatible 16-K s (10-mile hike)... However, it is mostly down hill... best time to go is early morning before the heat of the day. Shady, lunar like in the AM...hot & dusty by noon. there...

Greece: Honeymoon in Greece from Asia couple, athens life, romantic interlude
athens life, romantic interlude, hotel pensione: SAWADI KUP, Nov in Athens is likely to be SWEATER weather. Now it could be nice but by this time (November), the tourists are gone, the beaches are closed, most enterprises (tavernas, shops) have gone IN-doors. November can be pleasant however, specially...

Greece: Honeymoon: Greece & Turkey, chania crete, turkey istanbul
chania crete, turkey istanbul, western greece: Yassis Michele, thankyou for the question, Only one conflict to your route that I can see and that is: HOW TO GET TO ISTANBUL ...You have 2-weeks and that is good. Since all of your attention is directed toward the Cycladic, Crete and then N.East (Istanbul)...

Greece: Honeymoon in Greece, going to greece, beach weather
going to greece, beach weather, storm clouds: Yiasou Stacie, Thank you for the question, Really depends on what you are going for. Beach weather is 50/50 that late, but tourists are mostly gone, prices will be lower and you shouldn t have any trouble getting a flight or a nice hotel. Santorini, the...

Greece: Honeymoon to Greek Islands, honeymoon trip, myconos
honeymoon trip, myconos, panarama: yassis Kevin, thanks for the question, That is an interesting question...since it is a honeymoon trip. MYCONOS is for party s and beaches and wilder times, where-as SANTORINI is for lovers and honeymooners and is a bit more laid back then Myk. I don...

Greece: Honeymoon Vacation, catania sicily italy, black sand beach
catania sicily italy, black sand beach, cape sounio: For 6 days, I think the Athens area and Santorini will be plenty. It will be your honeymoon, so you want to spend some quality time enjoying the sites, food, and sunsets with your wife and not be in a bus or other means of transport most of the time. In...

Greece: Honeymoon, good reading guide, travel accomodation
good reading guide, travel accomodation, barnes noble: Yassou Aditya, Thanks for the question. DECEMBER ! Dress warm and don t expect any beach time. It is a down time for water sports to be sure. BUT it is a good time to be there for seeing sites without sweating or battling long lines of tourists. Also...

Greece: Hotel near Athens airport, spata airport, athens airport
spata airport, athens airport, athensairport: Hi Alex, Not sure if there is such a thing as a cheap hotel near the airport. The new Spata airport is a good 45-60 minutes from Athens. There is a hotel right next to the aiport, Sofitel, but it more than the price range you indicated. Other hotels advertized...

Greece: Hotels in Athens, port of piraeus, hotel in athens
port of piraeus, hotel in athens, travelers inn: Yassis Bonnie, thanks for the question, Yes, take the train/subway from the airport for about 8-euro...You are looking to get off finally at the MONASTIRAKI STATION, in middle of flee market(Plaka). You will have one change...where the train officially...

Greece: Hotels open in december - Mykonos, port of piraeus, athens airport
port of piraeus, athens airport, ferrys: Yiasou again Lee, Ferrys are unreliable in December ... There is usually one in the Am, leaves from port of Piraeus around 8:AM, takes 5+ hours to get there. Cost is circa 22 Euro. But weather may keep it in port. The flights to Myconos should be...

Greece: Hydro-foil/Ferry, hydro foil, ferry deck
hydro foil, ferry deck, ferry schedule: yassis, Thanks aagain for thinking of me ... I will try to answer these quickly and then check to see where you may be abe to find the ferry schedule website. I had one a year or so ago. First...the diferenc between hyro-foil and reg ferry is two fold...

Greece: health entightlements for ex pats in greece, foreign commonwealth office, office web site
foreign commonwealth office, office web site, social security payments: Hello again Graham, That is a question I know NOTHING about. a site you might try for info is...www.fco.gov.uk this is the Brit. foreign & commonwealth office web-site. also: since Rhodes is your destination, you might try their hospital number for...

Greece: hi! again, marble cream, church of the assumption
marble cream, church of the assumption, decorative architecture: Ciao Mau, Still trying to load but having no-luck ... keeps dis-ing me! But the SYROS CHURCH it could well be. Figured you meant Monastary, but this SYROS Church of the Assumption (used to be known as El Greco )fits your discription and dates...

Greece: hot springs, outdoor spas, hot springs
outdoor spas, hot springs, hot tubs: Yiasou Crina, thank you for the inquiry, HOT SPRINGS ... I have never heard of any. Area is fabulous, alot like the Alps, great place to visit, hike, see mosques with ancient frescos ... and at this time of year....S N O W ! ! ! but NOT hot springs...

Greece: hotel in central greece, vacation in greece, cyber cafes
vacation in greece, cyber cafes, central greece: Yiasou Mary, Thanks for the question, I am currently on vacation in Greece however I still go to cyber cafes and can answer a question once and awhile... In Athens in October there will be many hotels and pensiones that are less expensive (reasonable) then...

Greece: hotel, calh, acropolis
calh, acropolis, conveniences: ELTON JOHN ... WOW ... didn t know you were on a Budget...what you need is another HIT ! ;) Thanks for the kind words ... for that you get another Athens Possibility ... ACROPOLIS HOUSE @ Kodrou 6-8. (210-322-2344). Mid 19th century mansion. Great...

Greece: hotels in greece...6 nights, free luggage storage, hotel leto
free luggage storage, hotel leto, private baths: Yassis again Samir, Told U that I would get back to you about Santorini Lodging: Hotel Leto (22860-22-540) doubles 40-Euro. Provides a quiet excape from the caldera crowds and it has a pool and a scenic view of the sea. All rooms have A/C, TV s baths...

Greece: Igoumenitsa, olympia well, time maggie
olympia well, time maggie, yiasou: Yiasou Maggie, Thanks for the question, Igoumenitsa is a good place to put in IF you want a change of pace from sea (Ferry) to land (BUS)route. Price & time spent on the road/sea figures out to be pretty similiar if your paying. But if you have the...

Greece: Info request, all hotels in greece, bubbah
all hotels in greece, bubbah, pretty island: Hi Lydia, I think it s still early enough, you should be able to find accomodations wherever you are visiting. The reason that there are not many links for Evia is probably because Evia, is not very popular as a destination, outside of the the hot springs...

Greece: Inter island flights, cyclades island group, gorge crete
cyclades island group, gorge crete, olympic airlines: Hi Joe, From Santorini one can fly to either Hania or Heraklion in Crete via Olympic Airlines http://www.olympicairlines.com/ I don t believe you can get to Sardinia via Crete though you can get to some Italian cities, check the website for details....

Greece: Ios, flying dolphin, euro beer
flying dolphin, euro beer, mixed drinks: Yassis Kristin, thank youse for the question, Long Island ... I know the track well up there! REF: Ferry costs ... from Piraeas to IOS on the REGULAR ferry (8hr-3 per day-deck class) = cost is about 22-Euro each way) ... 20-Euro is about the average...

Greece: ISTANBUL TO THASSOS, merry xmas and a happy new year, happy new year
merry xmas and a happy new year, happy new year, ferries: Shane I cannot answer this - but - I think that the folks at www.ferries.gr may be able to help you. Best wishes Merry Xmas and a Happy New year Roger From February 2005 some things on a new website may be interesting if Greece is yourdestination...

Greece: Island camping / hostels, student travelers, yiasou
student travelers, yiasou, travelers inn: Yiasou Ellie, Thanks for the question. Where did you work and what doing ? (always like input from travelers on what is out there to keep one from using ones own currency as much as possible) As August turns into September and the hoards of tourists...

Greece: Island Hopping in July, iraklion crete, heraklion crete
iraklion crete, heraklion crete, flying dolphin: Yiasou again Denny, REF my last ... Looks like the IRAKLION (Crete) run to SANTORINI is just 3-times per week...Sunday, Wednesday and Friday...leaves around 6-7 AM. 4-hours. SANTORINI to IOS...1-3 per day...8=euro. (1-hour). IOS to MYKONOS ......

Greece: Island Hopping?, mykonos santorini, traveling to greece
mykonos santorini, traveling to greece, fabulous beaches: Yiasou Alyson, Thank you for your question, Forgot to mention WHEN you are going. Important, because if is in July or August, it will be very crowded & there are times the ferrys will not take passengers without places to stay on certain islands ... IE...

Greece: Island hopping in greece, island hopping in greece, e mail
island hopping in greece, e mail, ferrys: Yiasou Jack, Good question ... As there seem to be people around (traveling gypsies) that just love to pilfer items from unguarded tents. Security at these campsites is not 100 percent, and although over 90 % of the folks staying at these sites are honest...

Greece: Island hopping, mo ped, going to greece
mo ped, going to greece, hydrofoils: Calh Mera Amber, Will try to answer most of your questions here... If I miss any, I ll have a followup later. Crete to Santorini by ferry...Usually a daily slow ferry will leave Iraklion at 7Am and arrive about noon in Santorini for less then ten dollars...

Greece: Italy to Greece, and the Isles, rome naples, euro rail
rome naples, euro rail, e mail: Yiasou Seth, thankyou for the question, You are correct on the Brindisi route. Especially if you have Euro-rail(because about 90% of the ferry passage cost is included.), which may not be the case out of Bari, Ancona or Venice. But if you are simply looking...

Greece: Italy to Greece via Eurail, eurail pass, traveling to greece
eurail pass, traveling to greece, debarkation: Yiasou Jenelle, Thankyou for the question, There are 2 achually ... You can get to Greece using Eurail-ticket from the sea, sailing out of Venice (one or 2 a week), daily in the evenings out of Ancona, Bari and my favorite Brindisi. These vessels...

Greece: Izmir to Greek Islands, passport visa, secluded beaches
passport visa, secluded beaches, best beaches: Yaisou, gule gule and Buon dia too Jose, Thank you for the question, Izmir is not far from Ephesus and that means a bus ride for you to KUSASDASI...the port that each morning will get you to SAMOS (1.5 hr ferry) for about 15-Euro ONE-WAY and a 9-Euro...

Greece: igoumenitsa-meteora-athens, athens by night, train timings
athens by night, train timings, rugged area: Yassis Wendy, Thanks for the question, I imagine you are arriving by ferry from Corfu or Italy. This is a rather rugged area of Greece, and the ONLY way out of there with modern xport is by bus ...To reach the bus station from the port walk N along...

Greece: info for school project, janet clarke, persuit
janet clarke, persuit, students questions: Janet My apologies for the delay in replying to you. I think your students may well be able to learn some things from All Experts experts but in many cases I have found students questions to be too long to be able to answer (in some cases they perhaps...

Greece: interpreting a Greek address, silver media, demetrios
silver media, demetrios, number 44: Scott Daidalou is the Street (number 44) Ag. Demetrios is the village or town (it will be Agios Demetrios in full) 17342 is the post office code Only by checking where code 17342 is can you know which Ag Demetrios this is ( there will be many...

Greece: ios-costs, tuna fish, yiasou
tuna fish, yiasou, hard liquor: Yiasou Johnny, thanks for the Q, Follow up to yesterday ...John...food costs depends on where you are from and how much you eat ... in the IOS Market or cross street in the supermarket, food is certainly no more expensive then in the USA, some items less...

Greece: island hopping, athens area, coast islands
athens area, coast islands, ave tel: Yiasou Gemma, Thanks for the follow up question, NAXOS does have a ferry to KOS...but it goes only ONE DAY a week, and I do not know the day. I would probably drop IOS & NAXOS, add MYKONOS and do Athens, Mykonos, Paros, Santorini, Paros, KOS and then to...

Greece: island hopping - trip for 2, mykonos santorini, friend rita
mykonos santorini, friend rita, season temperatures: Yiasou Adrianna, Thanks again for the question, FIRA is the main town of Santorini. It is located right above the port and sits high atop and next to the cliffs. There is a very nice HOSTEL as well as a equally nice Camp site...to get to each take the...

Greece: island hopping, island paros, plaka area
island paros, plaka area, piraeus port: Yiasou Emma, thanks for your question, First off...September is excellent...Seems Labor day comes and the tourists (IE: Teachers, students & parents)leave. Second...the temperature is suppose to drop to about 90 for a high and the nites are even cooler....

Greece: islands hopping sequence, yiasou, ferry connections
yiasou, ferry connections, cool side: Yiasou DAVE, Thank you for the question, Actually, think you have it pretty well in hand...That is the way I would go... Mykonos does fold up earlier then Santorini ... but in either case there will be plenty of rooms available on all of the stops...

Greece: The islands, stunning beaches, yiasou
stunning beaches, yiasou, youth hostel: Yiasou Ellie, Efaristo for the Question, However, you are probably better equiped to answer it then I. Just talking to your fellow snorkelers and divers that you met this summer. Just the same, I will put my .02 Euros worth in the mix. Snorkeling...

Greece: istanbul to santorini, turkish airlines, 29th august
turkish airlines, 29th august, denny: Michaela, Just an add on to my last...Turkish airlines out of Istanbul flies directly to Athens, from there you can catch a flight out to Santorini ... but it will cost... 200 Euro is my guess, the flights go daily (3-times)in August...are popular and...

Greece: itlay to greece (athens and cyclades), better beaches, piraes
better beaches, piraes, greece athens: Yiasou , Liz , thank you for the questions, I am goiing to try again ... without correcting any of the computer generated mistakes ... pardon the spelling ... PIRAEAS to AMORGOS...10-hrs = daily = 8:am about 30-Euro. Get there at 6:45, buy ticket,...

Greece: izmir to patmos, private baths, quiet beach
private baths, quiet beach, quickest route: Yiasou Kristy, thankyou for the question & the nice comments. I don t keep up on midrange to luxury types as they are always available online...search: patmos-greece in the economical area I would say to call the PENSIONE AUGERINOS @ (OOOPS sorry)...

Greece: Kusadasi, Turkey to Athens via islands, kusadasi turkey, gule gule
kusadasi turkey, gule gule, first nite: Gule gule Kyle, Interesting comments ... I guess that most travel agents are generalists and really don t have a special forte, or if they did ... it wasn t Greece ... and it really should be as Greece has got to be in TOP 3 of countries visited each year...

Greece: Language Barriers, poor tourist, tongue in cheek
poor tourist, tongue in cheek, athens greece: I would not worry too much about it. I think you ll be fine, especially in Athens. Most all signs are in English as well as Greek so that s no problem. You may run into some Greeks who do not speak English but the phrasebook will be OK. Learn some Greek...

Greece: Locations, kefalonia, beautiful island
kefalonia, beautiful island, gr: #1. Check out this website. Plenty of information about Kefalonia in general. Kefalonia is a beautiful island taht can easily take a week to explore http://www.kefalonia.net.gr/en/infoID.asp?CatID=15&ScatID=11&EntityID=323 Sorry but I have not heard...

Greece: Lodging in Athens, norm corley, wire fence
norm corley, wire fence, charter flights: Hi Tony, Great to hear from you, I am terrible recalling names. where did you work ? Wow, my daughter was just 6-weeks old when she got to Greece with her mom in 1977. We lived accross the street in Sourmena and she worked at the hospital as XRAY technician....

Greece: Long-term apartment rent in Poros/Peloponese/Naxos/Crete, craigslist org, term apartment
craigslist org, term apartment, apartment rent: Yiasou Anna, Thanks for the question, Afraid that you are searching in vane. The going rate of a long term appartment (just a studio type) is between 600 and 1000 Euro a month and then the owners want a security deposit up front equal to one-months rent...

Greece: Long term rentals, inexpensive lodging, response post
inexpensive lodging, response post, ground rent: Yiasou Helen, Thankyou for the question, Rather then me guessing at prices on this rather expensive island, get in touch with these folks: ASSOCIATION OF OWNERS OF PRIVATE ROOMS AND APPARTMENTS They have a complete list of rooms on Corfu and...

Greece: language, greek friend, greek friends
greek friend, greek friends, pronunciation of words: I’m afraid this question is outside my field of expertise. This is, in fact, something I’ve wondered about myself, and have discussed with lots of Greek friends. The answers, ranging from ”To understand Koine is easy, like Shakespeare’s English vs. modern...

Greece: looking for old friends, norm corley, athens olympics
norm corley, athens olympics, softball competition: A big Hellenikon YIASOU Rene, Did you need names of people still there? Are you there? If you are, Norm Corley lives at #3 Caminon across the street from the entrance to the Greek Base. The Greeks have taken half of the base, the other half is...

Greece: Marmari beach on Kos Island, otenet gr, kythira
otenet gr, kythira, holiday houses: Caio Guido, REF your last (or mine), Apparently no-one is answering my pleas for info on KOS however here are a couple of leads ... and if you hint that you might be wanting to stay at their places I am sure that they will respond: Roselands@otenet.gr...

Greece: Meteora from Athens in one day, late night bus, night train
late night bus, night train, meteora: I think you will not be able to make it to Meteora on Tuesday night. There might be a late night bus (it will have to be after 9pm in order to get from the airport to the bus station), but that will arrive much later than midnight, which might not give you...

Greece: Meteora info please, meteora monasteries, afternoon train
meteora monasteries, afternoon train, hr trip: Yassis Michael, thank you for the question, OK, it can be done ... Corfu to Igomenitsa 5:45 AM ... 10:45 PM ... every hour 5eu 1 1/2 hr trip. BUS fm: Igo. to Ioannina 1st at 6:30 AM ... 8 per day. 7eu 2 hr connect from Ioannina to Kalambaka...

Greece: Meteora on Monday October 22, monestaries, train information
monestaries, train information, ose gr: It s true in Greece museums are closed on Mondays, so maybe that s where you got your information. Grand Meteoro is supposed to be closed Tuesday and Wednesday during Winter hours , from 9 to 1pm and 3-5pm. You can check with the monastery itself to be...

Greece: Meteora, montreal canada, yia
montreal canada, yia, yvon: yia sou Yvon, thanks for the question, Ok ey, here is the best I can give you on it ... From Igoumenitsa Bus Station, catch the BUS for IOANNINA (2-hr..9-a day, 6.40-Eu), From Ioannini you will have to change to a bus for METSOVO (1 1/2 hr. 4-per day...

Greece: Money, italy naples, yiasou
italy naples, yiasou, travelers checks: Yiasou Melissa, thanks again for the kind words and on this question... First, I do believe that pickpockets are better at it and are more numerous in Italy...Naples, Rome, Bari and Brindisi especially. I guess it is easier to grab-and-go from a woman...

Greece: MYKONOS VS IOS ?, cyclades islands, dificult time
cyclades islands, dificult time, yiasou: Yiasou Amjak, thank you for your question, I seem to be getting alot more q s this year for some reason. Can t be the Euro rate that s for sure...Guess allexperts is hustling more ! Whatever, Whoever told you of those 3-islands hit upon perhaps THE...

Greece: Mykonos to Chios, yiasou, water taxis
yiasou, water taxis, morning ferry: Yiasou Lee, Thanks for the Question, Myconos to Chios and then to Izmir ? Achually slightly easier and cheaper to go from Myconos to Samos or Kos and then to Izmir. From Myconos take the daily ferry to Paros and then connect to the one headed for...

Greece: Mykonos to Delos ferry, mediterranean cruise, last ferry
mediterranean cruise, last ferry, private boat: Yassis ED, thanks for the question ... think you are pretty much out of luck on the DELOS trip, but let me check it out a bit more and see if it is possible to go there in the PM. There is no-doubt some reason that NO boats go over there after 11:am...

Greece: Mykonos to Delos, cruise ship docks, private boats
cruise ship docks, private boats, private carriers: Yiasou Gay, Thank you for the Question, The tour to DELOS goes each morning at 10AM and returns by 2 PM ... Reason for that is that DELOS closes to tourists by 3PM. There is NO actual ferry that goes from Myk to Delos ... it is a tour boat. From...

Greece: Mykonos hotel location, sandy type, metro stations
sandy type, metro stations, tatania: Yiasou again Deborah, REF that final selection... SANTORINI... KASTELLI...Located on the far side of the island about 10-kms from the cliffs and the main town of FIRA and even further to OIA. Near some very nice beaches, the OLD TOWN of THIRA and...

Greece: Mykonos hotel, hotel hello, group leader
hotel hello, group leader, travel agency: Yia sou Kosta, I suggest your son contact one of the three travel agents listed on this link: http://www.greektravel.com/greekislands/mykonos/information.htm Here is one more travel agency: http://mykonos-accommodation.com/mykonos-accommodations.htm...

Greece: Mykonos island, flying dolphin, yiasou
flying dolphin, yiasou, class ticket: Yiasou ANNE, Did not receive this Q direct to me...hope I am not too late in answering ... Just go to Athens and book ferry to Mykonos .. (to make sure of the times of departure.) I am referring to the normal 5 hour ferry from Piraeus that leaves normally...

Greece: Mykonos island, night time entertainment, caprice bar
night time entertainment, caprice bar, little venice: Hi Schlomi, Mykonos has THE town. Very tiny streets allow only pedestrian traffic in most of the city. You ll get lost every time but so what? That was the whole idea when they built them a while back to confuse pirates. The big debate is do you stay...

Greece: Mykonos to Kusadasi ferries, entering turkey, weather problems
entering turkey, weather problems, yiasou: Yiasou Peter, thank you for calling on me again after so long...Yes, I remember the name... MYKONOS to KUSADASI weather permitting... (Leg 1) MYKONOS to PAROS no problem ... daily 8:30 AM ... 3-hrs, 10-euro(?)... (Leg 2) PAROS ro SAMOS ...6-hrs...3-to-4...

Greece: Mykonos - Santorini Ferry, bluestar ferries, paros island
bluestar ferries, paros island, ferry connection: Edward I apologize for the delayed reply, I ve been having access problems. I have researched a bit the Mykonos-Santorini ferry connection for you and it appears that there is no direct connection in the winter. You could, perhaps (if you don t mind)...

Greece: Mykonos and Santorini Greet, archiology, party atmosphere
archiology, party atmosphere, myconos: yassis, and thankyou for the question. You did not say WHEN you would be sailing ... If it is soon you won t find too much on Myconos as it all but closes completely between November and March. Santorini also goes on minimum manning until April. Now,...

Greece: Mykonos Trip, club paradiso, friend rita
club paradiso, friend rita, yiasou: Yiasou Charlie. UPDATE...Lori is back at desk in Athens... Lori@windmills-travel.com SAYS: Due to over abundance of tourists to Mykonos/Santorini and a couple other islands, officials say you will have to have confirmed lodging on the island you...

Greece: Mykonos to Turkey in winter, winter routes, morning ferry
winter routes, morning ferry, western turkey: Yiasou Catherine, thanks for the question, I know that people say Greece is fine in December, and I have heard about global warming ... but unless you get some of both you are NOT going very far on the open waters of the MED in the 12th month of 2006!...

Greece: Mykonos vs Santorini, photo ops, myconos
photo ops, myconos, club atmosphere: Yia...SUE... thanks for the question, 5-days total we are looking at ... If you are more into nude and uninhibited and a great club atmosphere and great beaches ...and a FUN FUN town with photo ops on every street ... MYCONOS is for you. There...

Greece: maritsa, rhodes 7-30 to 8-7, yiasou, maritsa
yiasou, maritsa, kremasti: Yiasou Georgette, thanks for the question, This is a very busy time of year and I can not find a thing available in any of those villages. These are very popular spots. I am checking further and will get back to you IF/When I find anything. unfamiliar...

Greece: meteora and delphi travel, delphi 2, delphi 6
delphi 2, delphi 6, kalambaka: Yiasou Sharon , I am BACK with a follow-up to your last: [and thank you also for the nice comments] One way out of Meteora area (Kalambaka) is to bus to LAMIA 3-hrs, 7-per day, about 10-euro. Then change busses at LAMIA for DELPHI (2-hr 3-per day: 1040,...

Greece: money, travellers cheques, bank charges
travellers cheques, bank charges, antiparos: Yiasou Gemma, Thanks for the question, WOW, an awesome and busy trip ahead of you ... but ...more then 3-weeks ... should be doable ... I carry ONE master card with me when I go and have found that this works better then T-cheques ... always works at...

Greece: moving to crete, medical emergencies, adam hunter
medical emergencies, adam hunter, xeros: Jamie Main medical centres will be at Sitia and Ierapetra. Doctors may be available at Palekastro or possibly Zakros. Educacation - whether there are any small local schools at Zakros or Palekastro or Ziros - this may be best checked by you or trusted...

Greece: mykonos/santorini, mykonos santorini, flying dolphin
mykonos santorini, flying dolphin, hydrofoil: Yiasou Brooke, Thank you for the question, There are two types of ferrys out of PIRAEUS ... the NORMAL REGULAR SLOW FERRY...boards at 0700 daily, leaves at 0800, takes about 6 hours (arr: 1430 hrs) to MYKONOS. Cost is roughly 25-euro, deck class. Unreserved....

Greece: Naphlion, Greece, private travel agency, canal picnic area
private travel agency, canal picnic area, venetian architecture: Yiasou Halla, NAFPLION is truely a wonderful place to spend a week or so. Venetian architecture, fortresses, pebble beach, hillside stairways, a delightful central park with shady flowerlined paths. It is really two towns and as is usually the case the...

Greece: Need help with Ferries, myconos, souvineer
myconos, souvineer, bad hope: Yiasou Martha, Thankyou for the question, I would say that the Myconos-Santorini-Piraeus would be the best bet... Each morning (8-AM) the ferry goes to Myconos for around 20-Euro and about 5-hours...makes a couple stops along the way. You arrive around...

Greece: naxos and little cyclades, tiny isles, yiasou
tiny isles, yiasou, sailor suits: Yiasou Bob, thank you for your inquiry, REF Nite Ferry...You will be safe just showing up. But try to arrive about 90-min before departure in order to get your tickets and then early boarding in order to find a good seat either on deck or inside...also,...

Greece: So..if I needed to do laundry in Greece, laundramats, laundry facilities
laundramats, laundry facilities, wash basin: Yassou Cyn, thanks for the question, Nothing is ever said about where to do my laundry ! As I recall from my last trip, campsites save money on wash machinge & dryers...I recall using the camps large wash basin to do clothes by hand and then hanging...

Greece: October in Santorini, weather in october, ioo
weather in october, ioo, ferrys: Yiasou Chad, Your agent is correct ... things begin to wrap up and close down from Oct 1st and expecially after the 15th. the weather (especially on the MED) can get rough and when the seas are HI the ferrys do not go, and the reg. schedule after the...

Greece: October trip, google search, weather in corfu
google search, weather in corfu, sailing charter: Hello and sorry for taking so long to answer. I ll try and answer as many questions as I can :-) Hotels in Plaka - sorry, not familiar with cheap and good hotels there, my advice can be as good as a google search. Bus tickets to Patra - just buy them...

Greece: October visit, antiparos island, amorgos island
antiparos island, amorgos island, plenty of sunshine: If you are hoping to swim, the waters are pretty cold at that time of year. As for the weather, it depends on the year. The only place with probably still good weather (and plenty of transportation options) is Crete. The website you can check ferry schedules...

Greece: getting from Olympia to Nafplio, nasty weather, yiasou
nasty weather, yiasou, adventurous spirit: Yiasou Tim, Thanks for the question, Are you referring to hitch-hiking? ... If so or even paying for the bus ride, especially at this time of year with the occasional nasty weather, going by way of PATRAS would be preferred ! Ofcourse if you have...

Greece: Olympia trip, olympia area, archeological area
olympia area, archeological area, day trip: Yes, you can do it in one day. At this moment, I would only recommend organized tours, not public transport. The Olympia area was affected by the recent fires - though the archeological area did not get damaged, the surrounding areas did. This means travelling...

Greece: Omonia Square, best hotel rates, great leaps
best hotel rates, great leaps, hotel in athens: Yassis John, thanks for the question, The area in the OMONIA SQUARE area is alot safer then it use to be prior to the Olympics ... The Greeks have really made great leaps in cleaning and clearing that area up to make it more tourist friendly . Should be...

Greece: Overnight Ferry, Athens to Santorini, piraeus port, ferry ticket
piraeus port, ferry ticket, thanks in advance: Yiasou Karen, Here is a followup to your recent Q concerning the overnite from Athens to Santorini in May.... (you really have to check these out in Athens ASAP when you arrive, but here are some ideas) remember: these are ALL out of PIRAEUS (port...

Greece: Overnight ferry between Athens and Santorini, athens center, yiasou
athens center, yiasou, overnight ferry: Yiasou Anne, Thanks for the Q, Getting close to departure time for you !!! IF you get into Athens at 20:30 PM, the very soonest to hope for would be a 22:00 departure to Santorini . Thursday is a good nite to go ...but NOT that good ! TWO overnites...

Greece: olympics, orthodox monasteries, ancient ruin
orthodox monasteries, ancient ruin, photo ops: Tim what you saw was Meteora, and the building atop the rock was a monastery. There are many such pillars housing various types of Orthodox monasteries, from plain to maginficent and there is nothing else like it. Some monasteries allow visitors. The landscape...

Greece: olympics, ancient ruin, yiasou
ancient ruin, yiasou, central greece: Yiasou TIM, Thanks for the question, I believe what you saw on that TV break was METEORA, located in central Greece, in the mountains. The particular one shown I believe was the GRAND METEORON (the Monastery of the Transfiguration), which is the oldest,...

Greece: overnight ferries, hellenic seaways, nel lines
hellenic seaways, nel lines, myconos: Yiasou Rafael, Thanks for the question, Not knowing the achual dates you will be going I checked for the following: ... 8th of September...2006 PIRAEUS - MYCONOS CARRIER Dept arr cost w/Berth Hellenic Seaways 1700...

Greece: Paliouri, greek salads, allergic to wheat
greek salads, allergic to wheat, single females: I have not been to Paliouri. Let me state that first, so I can t provide specifics. However, Greece is basically fairly safe. Follow common sense safety rules and you ll be fine. Buses are dirt cheap, or there is always the occasional taxi, thought...

Greece: Partying in the greek islands, yiasou, skin scuba
yiasou, skin scuba, paradise area: Yiasou SEAN, Getting close to leaving time is it ? What you are hearing is accurate ... May is a wonderful time to go ... Beaches will be open and a plethera of pulcratude will prevail ... a voyeurs paradise ... That would of course include all your choices,...

Greece: Patmos, allexpert, theatre teacher
allexpert, theatre teacher, mail: Yia sou Kostas, Thanks for the question ... I remember your name from when I looked to see who the other experts were . Good to get your mail... While I personally check deeper into this question to see what I can find, I submit to you a web site...

Greece: Peloponese by car, battle of thermopoly, artemis orthia
battle of thermopoly, artemis orthia, cape sounion: Yiasou and buon dia Maria, Por la domanda, gracias. It is possible to do all that you have mentioned however, you will not have much time in either Olympia or Delphi, and IF you should get lost driving well...you should really put an extra day into the...

Greece: Phone Cards, euro denominations, euro card
euro denominations, euro card, yia: hello again Andrew , Not really sure of each minute ...but I think that it is around 3 or 4 minutes for each Euros worth. You should be able to get a good ten minutes for a 3-Euro card. But again I am just guessing. I got the 18-euro card and called everbody...

Greece: Piraeus - Mycenae, mycenae, piraeus
mycenae, piraeus, corinth: Yiassis Anabella, thanks for the Q ... If not too late heree is the answer ... accross the street from the PORT of PIRAEAS is a Train Station ... Check it out ... There is a DIRECT to Corinth in the Pelopanessee...from there, take a bus to Mycenae....

Greece: Planning a trip to Greece, aegean island, aegean islands
aegean island, aegean islands, night ferry: Hi Coleen, One of the things that s tough about Greece is that once you are within an island group, it is difficult to jump to another group without needing to go through Athens/Pireas first. Since you need to be in Lesvos, why not concentrate on those...

Greece: Planning vacation, vacation in greece, triple digits
vacation in greece, triple digits, quiet vacation: Yia sou Rosemary, thank you for the question, Here is an additional site to check out which is very good for Greek visitors...GoGreece.guide@about.com (Traci Pecula is the writer). Also a book to check out which you should really take along with you......

Greece: Prefecture of Fokida, corinthian gulf, king of corinth
corinthian gulf, king of corinth, yiasou: Yiasou Kristine, In answer to your most recent request....The Prefecture of Fokida ... (Briefly) It was a coarse rough Doric area that was first inhabited 1000 s of years ago and was called Phocis . Myth has it that Its center was Omphalos and was...

Greece: Price Guides, mykonos santorini, fever pitch
mykonos santorini, fever pitch, yiasou: yiasou Jeremy, and thanks (again) for the question(s). Regarding Santorini ... it is rather expensive and in the months of June, July and August the crowds are large and the mind set of get the tourists money is at a fever pitch. It is not the best time...

Greece: Where to party?, clothing optional beaches, cavoparadiso
clothing optional beaches, cavoparadiso, yiasou: Yiasou IAN, Thank you for the question, If the amount of tourists is any indication , as the song says, Grease Is the Way . Best for the price...and the price is getting dearer every year it seems by the way the US Dollar keeps slipping against the...

Greece: peloponnese out?, cycladic islands, yiasou
cycladic islands, yiasou, greek fire: Yiasou, Carrie, thank you for the question, Since you mentioned the Dodecanese islands, they are along way from Piraeus but I would suggest KOS and PATMOS along with RHODES. LESBOS is wonderful and you could spend the whole trip there just socializing....

Greece: peloponnese, mainland greece, car ferries
mainland greece, car ferries, neapoli: yassis Wendy, Ref Ferry x-port to from Kythera ... Yes ... you can go to/from Kythera to Gythion, Kalamata and Neapoli ... but the handiest is NEAPOLI ... daily NOON & 4 PM ...1 hr..7-Euro...extra charge for your auto (about same as the Passenger fare)...the...

Greece: pensiones, hotel augustus, neon signs
hotel augustus, neon signs, hotel amalia: Yassis SYLVIA, thanks for the inquiry, (your not the Sylvia that is a frined of Francis are you?) REF: THESSALONIKI ... Welcome to the big city ! Don t expect to find comfort and cleanliness at one low price ! The cities CHEAPER hotels...(doubles...

Greece: places on crete to stay, quiet place, crete
quiet place, crete, mare: Susan A suggestion: http://www.crete-hotels-rooms.com/Reservations/Mochlos_Mare.htm and one more.. http://www.crete-hotels-rooms.com/Reservations/Agioklima_Petrokefalo.htm These would be (with Agioklima being more truly central and accessible)...

Greece: pls help me to plan out treep to Crete, Rhodes and Athens, self drive car, narrow passageways
self drive car, narrow passageways, mr denny: Yiasou Bakul, Got your other question and answered parts of this Q at that time ... but as for SOME of the remainder ... Crete and Rhodes are both open in November...however the weather will likely be cloudy, rainy and rather cool...specially at nite....

Greece: port to port travel, port of piraeus, athens airport
port of piraeus, athens airport, vessle: Yiasou Perla, REF: George the famous taxi driver...Yes, he is reliable and safe and would no-doubt be delited to take you from Patras to Piraeus ... However, that would require some co-ordination (ferry landing time, finding George,etc). You might ask...

Greece: Queen Constantina Hotel, ms queen, ship hotel
ms queen, ship hotel, olympic events: Hi Grace, I had not heard of it before. It is a Cypriot ship used for the Olympics. Here is a link, you ve probbaly seen already. There is not much else on the web about. http://www.bookings.org/gr/hotels/msqueenconstantina?0.000000via=search〈&id=100000&preferred_key=yes&style=B&via=search...

Greece: Queen Constantina Hotel, bankrubcy, ms queen
bankrubcy, ms queen, royal olympic: yiasou Grace, Sorry to be such a bother but I have some more info reference my last ... This additional, from someone working in the Greek travel industry. ROYAL OLYMPIC is NOT the owner of the MS.Queen Constantina. Ms. Queen is NOT involved in...

Greece: Queen Constantina Hotel, magic rabbit, ms queen
magic rabbit, ms queen, ship hotel: Grace I am sorry I cannot answer this - I am able to answer questions about Crete and more or less, only Crete. There are however links to some of the olympics sites including those for accommodation at the olympic games at our website http://www.cretetravel.com...

Greece: Quiet Resting, golden sand beaches, greek med
golden sand beaches, greek med, decent accommodation: YIASOU AIDAN, Thanks for the question, (First...let me say you are the first AIDAN I have written to...My grandson s name is AIDAN, and I had never heard of it before! he is 6) OK...you asked for it... after mulling over this question for a few days...

Greece: quick trip to Greece, piraeus port, psirri
piraeus port, psirri, athens area: Yia Sou Octavio, Efaristo for the question, First...take a bus or subway to Syndagma...Bus (3-euro), Subway (8-Euro) from airport. Taxi will be mucho dinero. You picked the right place to stay..in PLAKA area off and down from Syndagma...lots of Pensiones...

Greece: Re:Travelling from Turkey to Greece, crete sitia, city rhodes
crete sitia, city rhodes, sun worshippers: yassis or gule-gule (as they say in Turkey), Thanks for the Q, Wish I were going, sounds wonderful, made the trip the first time in 1982, a very good year. but I digress... Bodrum is the Myconos of Southern Turkey that is for sure. (or perhaps...

Greece: Religion in Greece, orthodox country, church attendance
orthodox country, church attendance, western countries: Hi Douglas, As usual, more elderly go than young, more go in towns than cities, but overall, you are correct, Greece is more devout than western countries. Most establishements are closed for church, but in Greece one finds establishments closed for many...

Greece: Rhodes (from Antalya), island of rhodes, frequent service
island of rhodes, frequent service, fethiye: Sorry I didn t respond earlier, I was travelling :-) The most frequent service is from Marmaris, which is about 7 hours from Antalya. There is also service from Bodrum and Fethiye, but there s less frequent service. For more info, check out http://www.turkeytravelplanner.com/trans/Ship/GreekIslandFerries.html...

Greece: Rhodes to Crete, sailing schedules, happy christmas
sailing schedules, happy christmas, timetabling: Mish There is (if the pattern repeats in 2008) a ferry which is more or less every other day from Rhodes to Agios Nikolaos and Sitia. It is LANE lines. It is highly unlikely that the schedule will be published until well into the new year, inconveninet...

Greece: Rhodes, Greece, piraeus port, eastern docks
piraeus port, eastern docks, rhodes greece: Yassis Bob, Thanks for the question. There are usually two ferries a day that go to Rhodes. One in the early morning ... about 7 I believe and the other in the late afternoon, about 4PM...maybe a tad earlier. Check with Travel agents on or near Syndagma...

Greece: Rural place to stay, around how much?, souda bay, antony quinn
souda bay, antony quinn, akrotiri peninsula: Thanks for the kind words Nicky ... and the hint on where to go in Mexico. I am sure it must be less expensive then Greece. I have a friend that goes to the Puerto Vallarta area often...I will tell him this ... He probably already heard of it. Thanks...

Greece: re: help, brindisi ferry, port of piraeus
brindisi ferry, port of piraeus, sicily italy: Buon giorno, Maria, and thank you for the question. You did not say WHEN you are going. If you are going now ... forget it, places are impossible to get to except by flying. From March on better passage. Nothing out of that area of Italy to Greece....

Greece: really quiet places to hoilday, family type atmosphere, ostria hotel
family type atmosphere, ostria hotel, english countryside: Cheers mate (or Mark), thanks for the Q... I usually do not handle questions concerning HOTELS W/POOLS as they are very expensive. Also JULY (the highest of the HIGH part of the summer season)...Then we add in the little bit about this being the OLYMPIC...

Greece: rooms, cahl, myconos
cahl, myconos, yia: Yia sou Kathy, thanks for the question... Yes, when you arrive in Myconos or Paros, Kos, Tinos and almost any stopping point in the med the locals WILL be there to meet and greet and try to help you out. If they are NOT there, then you have really come...

Greece: running tracks, sfakia region, maggie maggie
sfakia region, maggie maggie, loutro: Maggie Providing you are happy to run on rough and rocky tracks - almost any smaller place is good for running. Evry place close to the sea is good if you do not like running on inclines etc. I like to run in/from Loutro in the south coast Sfakia...

Greece: Sailing, lycabettus hill, calh
lycabettus hill, calh, nytimes: Yiasou Barbara, Thank you for the question, There are many ways of sail the seas around Greece and many prices and none are very cheap as far as yachts go. You might try what is known as GULET Sailing...that is a cruise for a day to several day on a yacht...

Greece: Samarian Gorge, decent shape, samaria gorge
decent shape, samaria gorge, weak knees: Karen and Robert First let me confess I have never walked the Samaria gorge - not my thing and 15 kilometres, that s just too far with two choices - turn back or continue to the end. However I hear from and speak to people all year who do walk the gorge....

Greece: Sani Beach, sani beach club, fish restaurant
sani beach club, fish restaurant, sorry cant: Hi Mick, well, Sani area has a lovely beach anyway, we often visit it even though it is a half hour trip away. There is a private beach to the hotel (well, private in as much as you have to go through the barriers to the hotel - no beach in greece is actually...

Greece: Santorini, flea market area, express trains
flea market area, express trains, metro station: Yiasou again Melissa, I have been thinking about this. The most direct route that I am sure of is to take the TRAIN from Patras into Athens (4.5 HRS FOR JUST 5-EURO = there are 3 Express trains to Athens that make the trip in 3.5 hrs and costs a bit...

Greece: Santorini, aegean airlines, beautiful sunsets
aegean airlines, beautiful sunsets, thessalonika: Yiasou Melissa, Thanks again for the question(S)... ATHENS to SANTORINI ... about 11 a day and about 100-Euro each and less then one-hour in the air...both Olympic & Aegean airlines. This time of year there should be some seats available. Or you could...

Greece: Santorini, sun beams, yiasou
sun beams, yiasou, ferry costs: Yiasou Diane, thank you for the Q s, Guess it depends on the $$$ angle. If you wish to save about 10-hours and don t mind the 100-Euro ticket then flying into Santorini is certainly quickest. Best? I doubt it...although flying in does give you a brief...

Greece: Santorini to Ephesus, gule gule, mainland greece
gule gule, mainland greece, traveling to greece: PS: Forgot the last part of your question....There are both busses and trains that make the trip up from Ephesus (IZMIR) Achually...and they are very reasonable price wise...The busses are 21st century models and the train travel has been upgraded as well....

Greece: Santorini - which location to stay?, yiasou, bus connections
yiasou, bus connections, ofcourse: Who s Miltos ??? Yiasou Jason, Tough to answer, they are all great but it depends on your financial status... I personally (since I answer questions for BACKPACKERS on BUDGETS) would put PERISSA (Youth hostel Anna), Then Kamari, followed by Fira...

Greece: Santorini to Mykonos, greek ferry, ferry schedule
greek ferry, ferry schedule, ferry schedules: Hi Ron! Usually the ferry schedule for the summer will be ready/published in April. Some of them you will be able to find now, but they may change, so it s of no real use to you. This is a good page for finding Greek ferry schedules: http://www.gtp.gr/...

Greece: Santorini to Mykonos to Athens, flying dolphins, flying dolphin
flying dolphins, flying dolphin, party crowd: Yia sou Jerry, Thanks for the question, If your visit to Santorini is going to be 3-days vs two, then I say take 2 days in Santorini and one to visit DELOS. If you will be going for only two days out of Crete then spend both the days in Santorini. ...

Greece: Santorini/Mykonos - Chios?, hydrafoil, calh
hydrafoil, calh, piraeus: Yassis Mary, thanks for the question, YES on Myconos ... DO NOT THINK SO to Santorini... This time of year be sure to check if there are more but the official info I have is that there is ONE (1) FERRY PER WEEK THAT GOES TO MYKONOS ... Deck class is...

Greece: Santorini and Mykonos, port of piraeus, night ferry
port of piraeus, night ferry, calh: yiasou Tan, REF: Night ferries to Santorini ... Normally during the months April thru October there is a night ferry that leaves Piraeus between 4 and 8 in the evening. To find out the exact time you must go to a ticket agency in Athens (Syndagma area...

Greece: Santorini In November??, water transport, santorini
water transport, santorini, permanent residents: It will not be completely dead, as there are enough permanent residents there. You can certainly find places to have dinner and a drink, but you may find a number of businesses, usually open in high season, closed. Weather wise, there is a good chance...

Greece: How to get to Santorini in November, aegean airlines, piraeus port
aegean airlines, piraeus port, olympic airlines: Winter schedules for the islands are less frequent than in the summer. There are two ways to go, by boat or by plane. By boat You leave from Piraeus port (south of Athens, you can take the metro or suburban rail there). Refer to http://www.gtp.gr for...

Greece: Santorini in November?, flea market area, flood reports
flea market area, flood reports, flash flood: Yiasou, Long San, Thanks for the question, Weather is a fickle thing...Check with me in about a week and I might have a better forcast .. At the moment Greece and all the southern Med have been getting wave after wave of showers ...Greece really got...

Greece: Santorini - Paros - Mykonos, yiasou, taxi tour
yiasou, taxi tour, nearby place: Yiasou Roger, Thank you for the question, Actually, staying around the port might not be such a bad idea ... BUT you could all store your bags at the PAROS TRAVEL AGENCY located directly beneath the windmill. 2Eu per bag. or at the bus station for...

Greece: From Santorini To Peloponnese, traveling in greece, lodging fee
traveling in greece, lodging fee, calh: Yiasou Rana, thanks for your question, Achually the CRETE way may be the quickest ... a flight,while quicker, will involve a change of plane in Athens and will cost quite a bit...specially in August when all the tickets are gobbled up well in advance...

Greece: Santorini vs Mykonos, beach sunsets, myconos
beach sunsets, myconos, yalos: Hi Peter, thanks for the question... Both places (Santorini & Myconos) are excellent for a vacation. I wouldn t say you made the wrong decision but: Santorini you will find is the one island that is more expensive then Myconos. Also If you are looking...

Greece: Santorini, cyber cafes, rain check
cyber cafes, rain check, daytime temperatures: Yiasou CHEE, Thankyou for the question, You are truely pushing the envelope going the end of October. I was going to go there from Crete about October 15th a year ago and weather moved in and the ferry did not go. It was however, not a long hold,...

Greece: Most Scenic Greek Islands, island in the cyclades, largest island in the cyclades
island in the cyclades, largest island in the cyclades, donkey cart: Hello again Jeremy, ...Santorini still stands out as place closest to fulfilling your desires based upon your question. However, I do have some others ... Still in the cyclades the number one pick by many is MYCONOS...ever year it gets bawdier and more...

Greece: Silly Questions..., athens gate hotel, alcohol consumption
athens gate hotel, alcohol consumption, heinekin: Yassou Lesley & Ryan, Thanks for the Q s Will try to answer the quickies and then let YOU find the more extensive ones that would take me too long to write about: 1) Their is NO drinking age in Athens ... seems that the only drunks are a few tourists...the...

Greece: Soemwhere unique to visit, peloponese, courtyards
peloponese, courtyards, kavala: Jonathan Well, glad to hear you have traveled to so much of Greece so far! I do have an absolute first choice for the most special of places you seem to want. This would be in Kavala - which is a 2 hour drive or very short flight from Thessaloniki...

Greece: santorini ferry to turkey, flying dolphin, calh
flying dolphin, calh, mitilini: Yassis Auden, thanks for the question ... Do not know what the person was smoking that told you that but even with a private fast boat that would cost ALOT you would not be able to reach Turkey in such a short time. NOTHING I know of goes there from...

Greece: santorini for my honey moon, infinity pool, honey moon
infinity pool, honey moon, astarte suites: Yiasou Ahmad, thank you for the question, Astarte suites is indeed a great place and really, there are none better...price is high but so are many of that calibar. One that is nearer to the main town of FIRA that is also very nice and a little bit less...

Greece: santorini to istanbul, hotel leto, ferry ticket
hotel leto, ferry ticket, retsina: Yiasou again Tasheel, Hope you like HOT weather because Greece in July means 100 degrees plus... perhaps on the islands the daytime temp might cut you some slack and be only in the 90 s. Get a room with A/C even if you have to pay more for it. Check...

Greece: Most scenic beaches, home of odysseus, luxurious yachts
home of odysseus, luxurious yachts, green hillside: Yiasou Kay, thanks for the question, Tough to answer that as there are sooo many ... I really am having a problem with it because I do not want to write too much ... You know of course of all the favorite islands...and they are favored for many reasons:...

Greece: september hopping, temple of apollo, photo ops
temple of apollo, photo ops, best beaches: Yiasou Gemma, thanks for the question, Sounds like a great trip . You might want to save PAROS as your final stop in the Cycladic group as it is the best route to KOS and SAMOS. KOS: 3-per week (20-euro) SAMOS: 4-per week (20-euro) ea about 6-hr ferry...

Greece: ship service on Apr, hotel leto, character hotel
hotel leto, character hotel, bad weather: Hello again Joanne, In April I would just go to Athens first, then get a telephone card and call a couple of Hotels on Santorini to ask them to reserve you a room for whatever day you expect to arrive... here are a couple of numbers: PENSION PETROS...

Greece: short Greece visit no reservations, southern peloponnese, one of the cyclades
southern peloponnese, one of the cyclades, cyclades islands: You should be able to find accommodations as you will be travelling in September. For most islands, you can just arrive at the port and ask for a room there. Of course it does not hurt to make reservations, so if you decide on where you want to go and see...

Greece: The smartest and or fastest way to the airport?, prime words, yiasou
prime words, yiasou, two and a half hours: Yiasou christopher, Thank you for the question, INSIGHT is a good way to put it as I haven t physically done it...however I have been to PIRAEUS when the regular large (1000+) pax load de-boards ... there are ALOT of locals that get off and they KNOW Greek...

Greece: snorkeling, mirabello bay, ionian islands
mirabello bay, ionian islands, mochlos: Hi Lou, You can swim in May most years. The Aegean will be warmer than the Ionian islands and Crete the warmest. As to actual temperatures, I ll guess 60-65F. Snorkelling in Greece offers the opportunity to glimpse submerged ruins; not many countries...

Greece: staying on permenently, after the 3 months, permenently, work visa
permenently, work visa, bathing suits: Yassis Stacy, thankyou for the interesting question, WORK PERMITS: Granted by the MINISTRY OF LABOR (pireos 40, Athens 10182). Apply well in advance, and ofter require a letter from an employer, EU residents can work in Greece for up to 90-days NO permit,...

Greece: sunday buses, mob scene, ioannina
mob scene, ioannina, busses: Yiasou Karina. Thanks for the question, *2/8/07* Been a busy summer, and continues to be...you will get there in time to catch the bus BUT so will many others. Might be a mob scene. Sundays in Greece mean that one or two of the busses that normally...

Greece: sunsets, santorini, stephen king
santorini, stephen king, denny: Yiasou, what a pleasure ...Stephen King asking ME a Question... On the 29th of September, the sunset will be at 7:11pm (1911 hrs). In 2007...one year from now...I imagine that it will be very close to that time. Setting of sun in the latter part...

Greece: Tattoos in Greece, traveling to greece, younger women
traveling to greece, younger women, denny: yiasou Renee, Thanks for the question, Regards TATTOOS ... No problem, Greek bikers, truckers, and those that work on ships all seem to have tattoos of one sort or another and the (younger) women have really gotten into tattoos...also, with the load of...

Greece: Taxi to Airport Response., athens international airport, stanley hotel
athens international airport, stanley hotel, taxi transfers: HI Sandy, They are very reliable, just make sure for your own sake and theirs that you call them from the hotel a day or so ahead of time and then the nite before you are ready to leave. The desk clerk might call for you...specially if they do NOT offer...

Greece: Taxi to Airport, stanley hotel, ripoff
stanley hotel, ripoff, thanks in advance: Yiasou Sandy, Here is a followup to your transfer back to airport question. I thought that the 71-euro was a ripoff so I have checked and here is a taxi-concern in Athens that will take you to the airport for 40-Euro ... there are probably mant others...

Greece: Taxis from/to airport, hotel parthenon, change ie
hotel parthenon, change ie, stationary points: Yiasou Qin, TIPS ? TAXI ... If you do not have the exact change...ie: 27.50 euro...Give him 30-euro and tell him keep the change. Unless this TAXI driver is absolutely incredible AND/OR you plan on using him again later, DON T tip beyond rounding up to...

Greece: Teaching in Greece, tourist crowds, teaching esl
tourist crowds, teaching esl, cyber cafes: yiasou Faith, thanks for the question ... although I am not fully qualified to answer it ... The travel book, Lets Go Greece (available in the library will have some quidance as to how to etc) ... Other then that , if you are a member of the EU nations...

Greece: Teenagers in Greece, 14 yr old girls, old churches
14 yr old girls, old churches, style accommodation: Judith, I don t know many 14 year olds either who are into monuments and old churches. You are not giving me mucvh to work with but anyhow. I think you need fairly large islands that have plenty of activities to offer. I suggest Rhodes or Crete...

Greece: Thermopylae, yiasou, countless websites
yiasou, countless websites, thermopylae: Yiasou Sean, Thankyou for the question, Well, you may have drawn another blank ... Here are some directions; Thermopylae (the cliff/pass) is (was) located on what is now the main coastal road out of LARISSA in a NNE direction. Believe it is highway...

Greece: Thessaloniki and Ioannina Buses, bus departures, bus departure
bus departures, bus departure, miltos: Just for your information, there is no place online you can find all of the KTEL schedules available - ktel.org has been down for a while. (1) All buses from Thessaloniki depart from the KTEL station Makedonia , west of the train stations. Exceptions:...

Greece: Thessaloniki, saint demetrios, peak in greece
saint demetrios, peak in greece, mt olympus: Sorry for taking a while to answer, I ve been travelling. Youth hostel - there are only 2 hostels that I know of in Thessaloniki, one is a long-term hostel for students and the other one is a very sketchy place downtown (on Svolou street). I do not know...

Greece: Thing to see in a day in 2 cities, and 4 Islands in Greece., e mail addresses, cruise ship terminal
e mail addresses, cruise ship terminal, bus locations: yiasou John, Going over some of the questions you had asked that I may not have touched upon in my 1st .. The OLYMPIA EXPRESS runs from the ATHENS Peleponnese train station (210-513-1601 or 529-9839). 2-per day ... 5 1/2 hours ... about 5-Euro. Tough...

Greece: Tolon, villege, laundrette
villege, laundrette, denny: Yiasou Chris, thanks for the question (I guess), TOLO (or Tolon)is a fantastic beach spa 10-k s from Naphlion, and it has lots of HOTELS that have almost everything...but Laundrette ??? Couldn t find any. But that doesn t mean there are none...means...

Greece: Touring the Peloponnese, corinth area, athens area
corinth area, athens area, taxi tours: Yassis again Linda, PIRGOS, TRIPOLI are strickly for connection purposes as is PYLOS,however Pylos is not without its interesting spot or two. It is the home of NESTOR. In the Oddyssy, the son of Odyseus...Telemachtus...comes to Pylos after the war to...

Greece: TRAVELING ON A SATURDAY TO CORITH, american cruise lines, formal cruise
american cruise lines, formal cruise, greek cruise: Hello again Karen, REF the CRUISE-WEAR ...Nothing too formal, cept if you plan on dining at the Captains table. Even then, light and airy would be the dress. Summer wear...ship shoes (I forget what they are called), Comfortable shoes for walking. ...

Greece: TRIP TO GREECE, navy side, gatwich
navy side, gatwich, travel guru: Yiasou Karen, thanks for the question, I will be in Atlanta for Christmas for a day or two (26th 27th) wanna private audience ? Achually I will be visiting my daughter in Marietta...Probably be out at Dobbins or the Navy side. I will discuss tickets...

Greece: Train from Athens to Kalambaka, athens airport, morning 7am
athens airport, morning 7am, departure times: Yiasou Annie, Thankyou for the question There are 4-trains per day that go to Kalambaka. From 8:20 in the morning to 8:30 in the evening. Not sure of their EXACT departure times. Cost is under 20-euro and the trip takes about 5-hours. calh...

Greece: Transfers!, morfeas hotel, argos
morfeas hotel, argos, time span: Yiasou Stuart, Thanks for the question, If it is the KALAMATA of the southern part of Pelepponese, best you can do is take the train to ARGOS (or Corinth)about 4.5 hrs for a very reasonable sum (6-Euro?). Then catch the bus to Naphlion. From Naphlion...

Greece: Transport, catching the train, yiasou
catching the train, yiasou, express trains: Yiasou Jason & Miho, Thankyou for the questions, I highly recommend a BUS from Thessaloniki to Meteora area, as the train does not run direct and you will have to first take the Athens train out of Thess. at 8:am [they run nearly every hour]. Then you...

Greece: Transportation guide for Athens-Delphi-Meteora, bangkok thailand, meteora
bangkok thailand, meteora, transportation guide: Sawadi Kup, Thanks for the kind words ... I know you will have a great time. I am going to be in Greece about the same time, perhaps we will meet ... I will be looking for you in Athens in the Plaka. If you have any problems or questions my e-mail...

Greece: Travel Airport to Piraeus, flying dolphin, porto heli
flying dolphin, porto heli, athens airport: Hello again Steve, PORTOHELI....now I know where that is...it is achually a town of sorts located on the southern tip of the Pelopenesse, right near SPETSES... From what I have found, the fast boat is the best way to go although I did find a cheaper...

Greece: Travel betwwen Greek Islands, drammamine, flying dolphin
drammamine, flying dolphin, kodak moment: Yia sou Joe, thanks for the question, I am answering without my glasses so there may be typos... sorry! 1) There is daily air service between Santorini & Crete. Costs about 70-Euro, take about 30-min. (for dept time & other info call local Olympic number:...

Greece: Travel from Delphi to Navplion via Olympia, public transport connections, ancient olympia
public transport connections, ancient olympia, travelling in greece: Are you planning to do this travelling soon? Ancient Olympia is one of the areas affected by the recent fires. The archeological site itself is not damaged, but the whole surrounding area is. I haven t been there since the fires, but I don t expect smooth...

Greece: Travel on the ferry deck ?, underground garages, ferry deck
underground garages, ferry deck, deck chairs: Yassis Dumitru, thankyou for the question, first regards your other Q...Parking is very difficult in Athens and I do not know where there is any or what the price would be IF you had to PAY for one of the underground garages that they have, but I believe...

Greece: Travel in Greece in July 2008, honeymoon island, travel in greece
honeymoon island, travel in greece, yalos: Yiasou Chirag, I have received your question, I can tell you that your itinerary sounds great. In July you will have to book most, if not all, of your accomodations in advance as it will be quite crowded EVERYWHERE, specially where you are going. ...

Greece: Travel in Greece/Luggage storage, reunion of sorts, luggage storage
reunion of sorts, luggage storage, travel in greece: Yiasou Pam, Thank you for the question, In the Airport, go to PACIFIC LTD, located in the arrival terminal, accross from the large cafe. Stores baggage for 2-euro per piece (24-hours), They also have a location in Syndagma Square. Also, many hotels offer...

Greece: Travel from Istanbul to Greece, athens guide, athens airport
athens guide, athens airport, 17th july: Farheen I do understand. I cannot give you the actual flight date you want but here is the Athens airport site http://www.aia.gr/EN/default.asp where you can research which airlines fly the route and hence the best air fare. I do hope this helps...

Greece: Travel to Meteora, roussanou, varlaam
roussanou, varlaam, valaam: yassis Donna, thankyou for the questions, I am now in a place where I can answer ... I would say if you drive or hike KOKA ROKA is the most convenient. 2-other choices are ALSOS HOUSE in the Old Town at the base of Meteora and ELENA ROOMS. Any of...

Greece: Travel from Olympia to Delphi, kalo taxidi, gulf of corinth
kalo taxidi, gulf of corinth, delphi 3: The best way, quickest at least, will be to rent a car in Athens and drive to Olympia, then up through Patras, over the AntiRio bridge and across the top of the gulf of Corinth past Itea and Galaxidi and up the mountain to Delphi. From there you can head north...

Greece: Travel plan for Greece, delphi area, yiasou
delphi area, yiasou, afternoon bus: Yiasou Joe, Thank you for the question, Either you did your homework or you lucked out. There is a midnite sailing direct to Santroini scheduled for 9/8. [BLUESTAR 2]... Make that ferry ... stay on Santorini 2-nites, take the DOLPHIN to Mykonos direct,...

Greece: Travel to Turkey, private travel agency, traveling to greece
private travel agency, traveling to greece, yiasou: Yiasou Melissa, thank you for the question, BEST way to Patras ? Take the train...first you have to find the station: Take the bus or the train/Metro to Syndagma station. Also referred to as El.Venizelou...Next continue on the metro to SEPOLIA or...

Greece: Traveling from Athens to Tripoli, tourist mecca, yiasou
tourist mecca, yiasou, blue bus: Yiasou Justine, Thanks for the question, In ATHENS, go to the bus station on KIFISSOU 100. BLUE BUS #051, at Omonia Square will take you there (leaves every 15-minutes). ATHENS to TRIPOLI in the Peleponnese...takes 2-hours and there are more then 15-a...

Greece: Traveling from Athens to Turkey, touristy places, heading home
touristy places, heading home, santorini: Lindsey I am sure you quite rightly are looking forward to this. There is no practical way to travel to Turkey from Athens via the islands, or by ferry. Therefore it leaves the practical but less inspiring method of flying - the best and presently...

Greece: Traveling in Greece, bari italy, traveling in greece
bari italy, traveling in greece, ancoma: Yiasou Paula, Personally I like the trip over from either Bari or Brindisi to Patras... You get on in the evening (around seven), get a berth for about 10-euro, lock yourself in, get a good nite sleep and then get up during the morning, enjoy some sun...

Greece: Traveling in Greece and the islands, mykonos santorini, renting a tent
mykonos santorini, renting a tent, traveling in greece: xtesting Ciao Nikos, Tried to respond the other day but pushed the wrong button & lost the entire email ! Been thinking about your dilemma... Reference your question about some inexpensive places to stay, It will take too much space and time to...

Greece: Traveling to Greece, traveling to greece, easy train
traveling to greece, easy train, taxi tours: yiasou Linda, Where in Texas ? That is where I am at this moment ... SanAntonio ... about to drive to S.Padre for 3-nites at the SURF-INN ... Taking a (male) friend who doesn t get around well and requires SUN & Vodka to survive! Taxi s are a real pain...

Greece: Travelling alone to Athens, university student groups, youth hostel
university student groups, youth hostel, dating sites: It depends on the age range of the people you would like to hang out with. A youth hostel is perfect to meet people 30 or under. Then there are several university student groups in the same age range. And then there are all the dating sites, usually for...

Greece: Travelling around the Peloponnese, ktel buses, argos
ktel buses, argos, sparti: Are you ready to live the adventure of greek transportation? Yes, there are buses to all of these places (except Nemea) and no, there is no place online you can find the schedules posted. The KTEL bus system is organized by prefecture ( Nomos ). The...

Greece: Trip to Greece around February, ancient greek history, mardi gras time
ancient greek history, mardi gras time, public buses: Hello 1. February is one of the coldest months in Greece. There are plenty of things to do, especially around carnival (mardi gras) time, and if you are into history and visiting archaelogical sites. Also, winter sports such as skiing are popular around...

Greece: Trip to Greece, ancient olympia, argolida
ancient olympia, argolida, mycenae: The major cities are all fine. The archeological sites are also fine. The fire did get really close to Ancient Olympia, and did burn the surrounding area (so the archeological site is fine but the surrounding area is not as nice as it used to be). I think...

Greece: Turkey to Greece via Santorini, visa rates, yiasou
visa rates, yiasou, calh: yiasou Susan, Thank you for the question, First you need a bus from the Izmir area to the nearest port...I believe CESME or KUSADASI...from there catch the daily (AM best) ferry to SAMOS (10-Eu?)... catch the fast boat across to PAROS(31-Eu)about 4-hrs...from...

Greece: Turkey to Santorini, flying dolphins, boat schedules
flying dolphins, boat schedules, myconos: gule gule Burak, Thanks for the question, When you are traveling is still great summer weather and the summer schedule on ferrys have not as yet been cut back. That being said it is still NOT a sure thing getting off the AM ferry into Samos and OUT...

Greece: taxi or hire car, hiring a car, renting a car
hiring a car, renting a car, great trip: Yiasou Colin, Thankyou for the question, The new road from the Airport to Moudania has made the trip to Hanioti alot easier. It is about an hours drive (well, perhaps a little more if you are unfamiliar with the area). You go to Moudania where the...

Greece: thessaloniki to meteora, buses and trains, bus timetables
buses and trains, bus timetables, itenarary: It s all a matter of money vs time. Renting a car is expensive and gas is too. Include the tolls in the price and it will be much more expensive than 300AUS$. On the other hand, public transport is cheap, but with just 5 days in Greece you will spend most...

Greece: tolon,, euro conversion, greece
euro conversion, greece, thanks for your help: Hey Mick, Unfortunately since the euro conversion, the prices have gone up in Greece in general and dining is no exception. On the other hand it is still a good deal when compared to England and unless you opt for fish at waterfront tavernas, I trust you...

Greece: tourist, bar tenders, going to greece
bar tenders, going to greece, britain places: Yiasou again Kristine, Thanks for the question... Well, depends on what you want to do as work... Technically you are suppose to get a work permit when you get to Greece, or a working visa before you come...which is quite a chore and unless you are sponsored...

Greece: train from Katakolon to Olympia, hellenic railways, katakolon
hellenic railways, katakolon, train stops: There used to be a train connecting Katakolo to Pyrgos, where the train to Olympia passed through. The line is currently disconnected - I am not sure if it is temporary due to the recent fires, due to construction, or another reason. You can take a bus to...

Greece: transfer info, hotel acropol, stretch limo
hotel acropol, stretch limo, euro train: Yiasou Ladies, thanks again for the Question ! 150-170 Euro ! What are you going in...a stretch limo ? From the Airport in Spata to anywhere in Athens I can see the TAXI overcharging with a fare of 50 to 70 Euro (excess baggage or van or 2-taxis)...

Greece: transport from dephi through to olmpia, ose trains, ose gr
ose trains, ose gr, bus timetables: If you are on a tight schedule, it will be challenging to visit all these places in 1 day. The ways I recommend visiting Meteora, Thermopylae, and Delphi are: --Use an organized tour (they usually depart from Athens) that specifically stop at these spots...

Greece: transportation, bus line, ticket price
bus line, ticket price, holiday season: Schedules are different depending on the day of the week and the holiday season. There are several buses a day. For example, for today, buses on the Igoumenitsa bus line ( KTEL NOMOU THESPROTIAS ) are at 11:30, 2:30, 4:45 (these are also other buses that...

Greece: travel, town of athens, visit to greece
town of athens, visit to greece, perissa beach: Hi Troy, Here are your answers: 1. Santorini is the place to visit if you wish to visit one 1 island. Black sand beaches (kamari and perissa), archeological stuff (Akrotiri, closed Mondays)and two marvelous towns with unbelievable views (Thira and...

Greece: travel, athens port, athens athens
athens port, athens athens, guide museums: Hannah You can get an idea, but an idea only, of the price by looking at the website of www.hellenicseaways.gr or www.ferries.gr (also www.gtp.gr may be helpful) and looking at the route Piraeus (Athens port) to Santorini. However the prices for next...

Greece: travel between Athens, Crete and Mykonos, diving in greece, scuba diving in greece
diving in greece, scuba diving in greece, ferry times: Vickie For ferry times you can look at our website http://www.cretetravel.com/ferries To book ferry tickets see http://www.ferries.gr (if you cannot work out the times, just send Mrs Ada a message (tell her Roger sent you) and tell her what and when you...

Greece: travel between athens and thessaloniki, euro fm, euro train
euro fm, euro train, hr trip: Yiassis Jo, REF your last ... I am hesitant to recommend because the place you were going to stay KOLONAKI is noted for its upscale, expensive places... I recommend only the LESSER IN-expensive places which illiminates Kolonaki. However, if you would...

Greece: travel from corfu to ioannina, new fortress, euro bus
new fortress, euro bus, station location: Yiasou Magali, thank you for the questions, Not that many Q s compared to some I get... Corfu GREEN Bus Station, Location: between I.Theotoki and the New Fortress. (ask directions) offers a BUS to Athens...includes about an hour crossing over to Igomenitsa...

Greece: travel in the cyclades, hellenic seaways, plane flights
hellenic seaways, plane flights, seaplanes: Richard There are not any flights hopping easily between the islands at present (seaplanes are planned for the future). One route that is served by express catamaran (approx. 450 passengers) is this one: http://www.cretetravel.com/To_and_from_Crete/Ferries_Crete_Santorini.htm#Catamaran...

Greece: travel from egypt to the greek island, poseidon lines, poseidon adventure
poseidon lines, poseidon adventure, port said egypt: Yiasou Annie, Upon further review: There ARE ferry s that go between Port Said, Egypt and Lymassol Cyprus (Greek part of that island). Most of these ferry s sail between April and October. You can find one nearly every day. There are also ferry...

Greece: travel to the islands, port of piraeus, athens township
port of piraeus, athens township, hydrofoils: YIASOU GAIL, thank you for the question, I have just returned from such a trip ... September is a particularily good month to go to Greece for all the right reasons. Temperature is still warm but not usually incredibily hot like July & August, everything...

Greece: travel to Meteora, mechanic shops, athens airport
mechanic shops, athens airport, auto mechanic: HI Vivian, Yes, be sure you get off at TERMINAL B as terminal A doesn t make the Meteora run. I predict that they will one-day soon make it one big station at Terminal A but not this year. When I gave you the directions to Terminal B , I didn...

Greece: travel in Oct., ferry boats, ferry travel
ferry boats, ferry travel, mikonos: Ferry travel - it is more windy in the fall, but most of the times travel with big ferry boats is not affected (it s just bumpier). The major problem in October is that they switch to the winter schedule, with service way less frequent. Hydrofoil - they...

Greece: travel from pireaus to Nafplio, arduous journey, 2nd of november
arduous journey, 2nd of november, metro station: Yiasou Mary, Thank you for the question, Not that easy...I have been trying to find some simple way but have not come up with anything... About the only ways I have from PIRAEUS ... [and they are lengthy] ... Take BUS #96 from the central place where...

Greece: travel to turkey, female traveller, yiasou
female traveller, yiasou, southern turkey: Yiasou Ellie, Thank you for the question, LEAST EXPENSIVE IS: There are 2-ferries a day that go to destinations in Turkey ... the fare is about 30-Euro...ASK for INFO at the waterfront ticket agencies in PIRAEAS. I am otherwise unfamiliar with them....

Greece: travel withing greek islands, hellenic seaways, greek islands
hellenic seaways, greek islands, santorini: Nancy There was last year and it is expected this year. Try/keep watching www.hellenicseaways.gr and also http://www.cretetravel.com/To_and_from_Crete/Ferries_Crete_Santorini.htm . You can also look at www.ferries.gr or message them with your request...

Greece: travel, visit to greece, monastaries
visit to greece, monastaries, larrissa: Hello again TROY, Thanks for the nice comments... I nearly put METEORIA in my original info pack to you. It would not be a bad way to spend a few days. You can catch a train out of Athens from the LARISIS station. Go to KALAMBAKA (about 20-Eu),(4-hrs),...

Greece: traveling from Italy to Greece, italy greece, eurail passes
italy greece, eurail passes, eurail pass: Hello again Sharon, Sorry about the Eurorail remark. I forgot that one CAN get just TWO countries ... Think it is a new deal that eurorail came up with in just the past couple of years... A bit less expensive too. You NEVER need a reservation for...

Greece: travelling in greece, travelling in greece, winter dates
travelling in greece, winter dates, ferry schedules: Hello Annie Sounds like you have a great trip planned! You can check out the ferry schedules at www.ferries.gr. You should be able to find schedules as well as travel times, although the schedules may be a bit more frequent than those currently posted, since...

Greece: travelling from turkey to greece, yiasou, cahl
yiasou, cahl, morning ferry: Yiasou Pamela, thank you for the Q... You didn t just escape from Beyrut to Cyprus and then swim to Alanya did you ? probably not ... Lovely place Alanya. You are on the main hi-way and will likely be seeing alot of it...Busses go thru there 3 a day(?)...headed...

Greece: about trip to Itly and greece, souda bay, north central portion
souda bay, north central portion, western crete: Yiasou Bakul, thanks for the question, Weather in Western Crete in November is apt to be chilly . Day time in the 50 s and nites into the lover 40 s....mare likely to have cloudy skies and showers then sunny and warm...however, there are times when in...

Greece: What type of clothes are appropriate for greece, halter tops, archeological sites
halter tops, archeological sites, monasteries: Hi Diana, The only sites that require additional thought besides weather related conditions, are churches and monasteries. Most will not let women or men in if they are wearing shorts. Many will provide a wrap-around skirt that can be worn while visiting...

Greece: MY VACATIONS, posedion, plaka area
posedion, plaka area, athens area: Yiasou Jessica, thankyou for the questions, I have been away from my computer for about a week so the Q s have begun to pile up, so I will try to be brief... Using Athens as your hub you can stay in the downtown area. There is a Hostel in the Plaka...

Greece: Vaccinations, london school of tropical medicine, time in corfu
london school of tropical medicine, time in corfu, mosquito bites: Jenna No vaccinations are required. If you are sensitive to certain things then you should take specific medical advice. The London School of Tropical Medicine has a division which deals with recommendations on travel (this is not a tropical destination,...

Greece: Visit to Crete, food lunch, budget accommodation
food lunch, budget accommodation, guest accommodation: Swaroop Due to being exceptionally busy I do apologize for not being able to answer all or as deeply, your multifaceted questions, but I hope we can make some inroads.... For lower budget accommodation you may be best to find this on the spot. My own...

Greece: Visit to Santorini, perissa beach, new dehli
perissa beach, new dehli, hotel leto: Yiasou Swaroop, thanks for the questions, SANTORINI can be a very expensive place or can be easy on the pocketbook depending on where you stay and to some extent, when you go there. BEST months to go are April and September. Pre and post tourist hoards...May...

Greece: Visiting Athens, Santorini & Mykonos in May 2007, greek musician, visit to greece
greek musician, visit to greece, memorial day weekend: Yiasou Ynhi, Again, Efaristoe for the Poli-Calh comments...calh taxiedi , I know you will enjoy your trip...and you do have all winter to prepare. Say, is Ynhi pronounced Yanni...the name of a very popular Greek musician? happy holidays...need anymore...

Greece: Visiting Crete in July 08, merry xmas and happy new year, car places
merry xmas and happy new year, car places, island thanks: Chirag Would be pleaed to help you - I and my staff can help you, but I suggest you might like over the end of year/New year to look at our website which has much information for Crete www.CreteTravel.com If you seek to book hotels we offer ( a special...

Greece: Visiting Greece, rough road conditions, greece athens
rough road conditions, greece athens, rough weather: yiasou again Sreesha, The best monthe of the year to visit Greece are April, May, September and October and even early November is OK. Tourists are not in full force then, prices are not at their summer highest, weather in April is warming but not usually...

Greece: Visiting in late October, yiasou, high clouds
yiasou, high clouds, rainy weather: Yiasou from Crete, Where the WX is quite nice at the moment. However North of here from roughly Santorini in the mountains of Macadonia there are some high clouds from a system, that if it continues, could become rain soon. Also, there is a system out...

Greece: visa, greek citizenship, military obligation
greek citizenship, military obligation, work visa: Hello Nathan, In order to stay in Greece beyond 3 months, and in order to work in the country, you must have a Visa. Generally you can only get a work Visa if you are sponsored by a company. Since you do have Greek lineage, you can apply for Greek citizenship....

Greece: May visit, hotel pensione, yiasou
hotel pensione, yiasou, travel suggestions: Yiasou Tommy, thanks (effaristo) for the question. MAY is still one of the best months to go...but go as early as possible...the hoards of tourists are on the way... First fly into Greece and land at the NEW airport located 27-km North of downtown...

Greece: We are visitting Athens Greece..., athens greece, quard
athens greece, quard, national gardens: Hello again LINA, Reviewing your questions I will fill in a few blanks... All is within your walking distance in Athens ... you might also take in the changing of the quard in Syndagma square, usually around 4:30 PM. The walk thru Zappione Gardens (also...

Greece: Water taxi between islands, water taxis, water taxi
water taxis, water taxi, small boats: yaisou Graham, You have stumped me on this one ! Only sure way of going is to return to Piraeus (daily ferry)...take overnite if possible ... IT arrives in time to catch the daily ferry to Sifnos. If you can, get a connecting ticket ... like a bus transfer...

Greece: Ways to get to Delos, blue star ferrys, free guided tours
blue star ferrys, free guided tours, good options: Yia sou Heath, Thank you for the question, Ways to get to DELOS other then Myconos.... Not really that many good options ... TINOS, NAXOS and PAROS run joint trips to DELOS and Myconos, but allow less time to explore. If you can...inquire at HELLES...

Greece: Weather in Athens for June 24th-June 26th?, ferry schedules, danae
ferry schedules, danae, e mail: Hi Jackie, thanks for the site on the ferry schedules ... I will definately check it out. Try an E-mail to Rita@windmillstravel.com. They may know of the Hellenic festival ... I have not had time as yet to check on it myself, but hope to be able...

Greece: Weather in March, greek island cruises, weather in march
greek island cruises, weather in march, southernmost islands: Sorry Michelle but it will be way too cold in March for Greek island cruises. Earliest I d opt for would be end of May and then I d head for the southernmost islands. On the other hand September would be ideal and October would be just fine. Hope this...

Greece: Weather, temperatures in crete, magnum opus
temperatures in crete, magnum opus, weather charts: Enrique Plan to enjoy the beach! These weather charts convey little as I have found in many parts of the world....as a result you can expect high temperatures in Crete at the end of May of anywhere from 24-28 degrees - there could be the odd cooler day,...

Greece: Winter Warmth, chestnuts roasting on the open fire, winter warmth
chestnuts roasting on the open fire, winter warmth, southern climate: Yiasou Bart, From the north to the south you can expect heavy snow in the higher elevations and cold temperatures. In Athens typically, it will be sunny and cold with highs around 38=F and overnite lows around 20 with a chance to a cold rain or even...

Greece: Getting Work in Greek Islands, crete chania, souda bay
crete chania, souda bay, professional guitarist: Yiasou Susie, thankyou for your question ... Tough one to answer...is Ireland in the European fold...far as job preference is concerned? If so, then the paper work is less then Americans or Canadians. And as such the locals might take a flyer on you...

Greece: Working in Greece, esl teacher, yiasou
esl teacher, yiasou, working visa: Yiasou Aisha, thank you for the question, Well, first of all, NO you don t need to show the return ticket to anyone...But if you do not get a working visa and you leave the country after 90-days...like 91 or so, the man at the customs window will likely...

Greece: Are we wayyy of base?, oracle at delphi, yiasou
oracle at delphi, yiasou, train ferry: Yiasou Jennifer, thank you for the question. I don t know if I will much help in the matter as from what you have given me to go on I would say you are writers, poets, or into ancient ruins. Also, you did not tell me HOW you are coming across (Train/Ferry/Plane)....

Greece: Two-week Trip, cyclades islands, athens port
cyclades islands, athens port, overnight train: Yiasou Jackie...thanks for your Q s ... Some friends of mine on Mykonos may be able to help you further...in the lodging and/or ferry accomadation department.... Rita@windmillstravel.com .... they should know more then me. However, fm my view ... Istanbul...

Greece: working in crete, greek embassy, work permit
greek embassy, work permit, paying taxes: If you are a citizen (have a passport from) an EU country you do not need a work permit. There are other obligations which may apply after a few or more months which would mean you must get a tax number as you should be paying taxes in Greece. This...

Greece: working in greece, cycladic islands, casual job
cycladic islands, casual job, party areas: Hi Bianca, thanks for the question. You are able to stay in greece without a visa for 3-months. work permits are for those that are staying longer usually. The authorities are always hassling foreigners for work permits nomatter how menial the job....

Greece: when to go, piraeus port, accomodation prices
piraeus port, accomodation prices, weather at sea: yassis Al, thanks again for the question, Ref: Airlines I don t believe you said where you are coming from. If it is LOndon, catch a flight on Easy Jet (check out their internet site), they are one of several NEW (lower cost) airlines that have arisen...

Greece: How to get there and so much more.., aegean airlines, island crete
aegean airlines, island crete, athens port: Dawna This sounds, and I am sure will be, wonderful. As to airlines flying into Chania - I do not know which country you are flying from! But Olympic (not my first choice) and Aegean airlines fly from Athens to Chania. Many charter airlines fly into...

Greece: for young tourists... low on budget, donkey cart, international clientele
donkey cart, international clientele, little boats: yiasou Kat, thanks for the question, I wanted to let you know that I did get it but cannot ans it fully at this moment, but promise to sooooon! Oh well, I will try to be brief ... You are on a budget, but you want a beautiful town to walk thru and that...

Greek: 1 Corinthians 15:24, 1 corinthians 15, interliners
1 corinthians 15, interliners, future tense: Hello, here are my answers to your questions. 1-When I said that the English expression he shall is somehow part of the Greek text, I meant that it is expressed by the Aorist Subjunctive ( katargése), 3rd.person singular, depending on the subordinate...

Greek: 2 questions: name translation & possible battle cry, king leonidas, molon labe
king leonidas, molon labe, spartan king: Hi, My father used to say something to the effect of Emon levae psaraki! and said it was a battle cry that meant come and get it, you fish. Have you ever heard of this saying and would it mean that? I ve been told the name Terzis means taylor. Both...

Greek: Ancient Greek for Venice, northern adriatic sea, ancient greek name
northern adriatic sea, ancient greek name, friuli venezia giulia: Dear Simon, First of all there is no Ancient Greek word for “Venice”, simply because the city of Venezia was founded in the 5th century AD on islets within a lagoon in the Gulf of Venezia, northern Adriatic Sea, by refugees fleeing the barbarian invaders...

Greek: Is it accurate?, mu omicron, tau omicron
mu omicron, tau omicron, epsilon iota: Dear Alex, Thanks for your question and by the way your name is 100% greek. I suppose you want it translated in modern Greek, not in ancient. This translation is in ancient and as far as my knowledge in ancient greek goes, i think it is partially correct....

Greek: ancient greek, greek alphabet, alphabet letter
greek alphabet, alphabet letter, omicron: Hi Walter The translation of the word IMMORTAL using the Greek alphabet is as follows Numerical place in alphabet Letter Name Approximate sound in modern Greek Notes 1 Á, á Alpha a 8 È, è Theta th (voiceless) 1 Á, á Alpha a 13 Í, í...

Greek: english to ancient greek, latin transliteration, grace in thine eyes
latin transliteration, grace in thine eyes, island of lesbos: Hello, Actually Unveil the grace in thine eyes is nothing but the English translation of a line from a fragment of Sappho, the great Greek lyric female poet. Therefore I mustn t translate Unveil the grace in thine eyes , but only give you the original...

Greek: Finding Word, ancient greek alphabet, rho omicron
ancient greek alphabet, rho omicron, latin transliteration: Hello, Yes, I can. I think in fact you are referring to the name THEODORE which derives from the Greek ‘Èåüäùñïò’(Latin transliteration, ‘Theodoros’), which means exactly gift of god as it is composed by èåüò (theos) god and äùñïí (doron) gift ....

Greek: Greek-Cypriot surname, stoic philosopher, kleos
Greek: Greek-Cypriot surname, stoic philosopher, kleos, genitive case

Greek: Greek last name., little girl, james george
Greek: Greek last name., little girl, james george, father james

Greek: Kirages name origin, tipton indiana, greece
Greek: Kirages name origin, tipton indiana, greece

Greek: Last Name, naples, atlanta ga
Greek: Last Name, naples, atlanta ga, greek populations

Greek: Grandfather, zarko, trikala
zarko, trikala, vangelis: Dear friend, As far as I know, there is no place in greece with the name Zarcar. Something that looks alike is Zarko that is a village near Trikala and one in Creta. Last name, Chutis must be Τσούτης or Χιούτης...

Greek: Greek-Cypriot surname, greek spelling, greek cypriot
greek spelling, greek cypriot, alphabet letter: Hi The spelling is as follows as per Greek alphabet. I do not know the meaning of the name. In Ancient Greece there was a Philosofpher called Kleanthis Numerical place in alphabet Letter Name Approximate sound in modern Greek...

Greek: Greek last name., homeric hero, trojan war
homeric hero, trojan war, coastal village: Hi Robert There was a place called Scione (in Greek Óêéþíç ). Re Hiistory below The ancient Scione was built after the Trojan War and is referred to as the first settlement in the southern Greek Chalkidiki. Warriors from Pellene the Peloponnese...

Greek: Greek name Pallos, greek name, modern greek
greek name, modern greek, ancient greek: Hello, I am sorry, but I’m afraid I cannot help you as in ANCIENT GREEK, which is my field of expertise (view my profile), the surnames did not exist at all, since they began to be introduced much later and then they belong to MODERN GREEK which however...

Greek: Greek translation question, grandfathers name, alphabet letter
grandfathers name, alphabet letter, greek alphabet: Hi Jack Using the Greek alphabet the spelling is as follows Numerical place in alphabet Letter Name Approximate sound in modern Greek Notes Notes 5 Å, å Epsilon e 20 Õ, õ Upsilon ee 1 Á, á Alpha a 3 Ã, ã Gamma gh, y ãã pronounced...

Greek: Greek word, greek view, view my profile
greek view, view my profile, sydney australia: Hello, I am sorry, but I cannot help you as I am an expert in ANCIENT GREEK (view my profile)where there is no word / expression like evsin . As for the so-called Katharevousa (lit.”the pure one”), it is a form of the Greek language set at a midpoint...

Greek: greek translation, kappa alpha lambda, alpha kappa alpha
kappa alpha lambda, alpha kappa alpha, alpha tau alpha: Hey Stephanie, Jar of clay is pilino vazo and is spelled (pu-eta-lambda-iota-nu-omicron, beta-alpha-zeta-omicron) and grace covers all is I eugeneia ta kalyptei ola and is spelled(eta, epsilon-upsilon-gamma-epsilon-nu-epsilon-iota-alpha, tau-alpha,...

Greek: Hi, greek orthodox community, cypriot culture
greek orthodox community, cypriot culture, greek orthodox church: Hi Rohit Erasmia (Åñáóìßá) is an ancient Greek name meaning: Beloved, lovely, Regarding contact with Greek and Cypriot culture re below: A, Greek Orthodox Church O Holy Trinity, 106 Western Springs Rd Mt Albert, phone 8469298, 09-412 2345 B. Greek...

Greek: help, akis, crete
akis, crete, eas: Hi Candance The ending akis did not appear in Crete before 1700 AD, there was most likely influence on Crete from another area of Greece called Mani in Pelloponese, where the ending akis was in use before that period. After 1800, In Mani the ending...

Greek: Kirages name origin, greek spelling, tim george
greek spelling, tim george, name origin: Hi Tim I am not sure you know that your name is Greek. I was trying to work out the Greek spelling as the name must have changed when it was written in English according to how the English ears interpret the Greek sounds. In Greek it maybe most...

Greek: Luke 7:43, latin alphabet, greek verb
latin alphabet, greek verb, diacritic marks: Hello, In Luke 7:43 the original Greek verb for “I suppose” is ὑðïëáìâÜíù (in ancient Greek letters and diacritic marks) whose transliteration in the Latin alphabet we use still today is “hupolambano”(pronunciation: (hoop-ol-am-ban -o). This ancient...

Greek: To live well, zeta eta, greek phrase
zeta eta, greek phrase, sydney australia: Dear Irene, Thanks for your question. The phrase you are looking for is ευ ζην (epsilon-upsilon, zeta-eta-nu) and is actually an ancient greek phrase that is used until now. This is exactly what it means. To live life well. ...

Greek: meaning. please help!, greek view, modern greek
greek view, modern greek, greek letters: Hello, First of all I am an expert in ANCIENT GREEK (view my profile), where the surnames did not exist at all, as they began to be introduced much later and then they belong to Modern Greek which in fact is different from Ancient Greek either in spelling...

Greek: Last Name, geneological info, greek websites
geneological info, greek websites, family crest: Hi Anthony You are right there are hundreds of Greek websites referring to the Greek name Γεράρδης Whether they know their Italian/Greek namesakes I have no idea. I am sure some of these people must...

Greek: name translation, name translation, jacob
name translation, jacob, variation: Hi Sotiria The name is just a variation of Jack, it is sometimes used as a short of Jacob. In Greek we will just say it the way it sounds, approximately, as Jayk , (ÔæÝçê) as there is not translation for Jake. If the was Jacob, we would easily translate...

Greek: Pisteuo his ena Theon, credo in unum deum, ancient greek text
credo in unum deum, ancient greek text, latin transliteration: Hello, as I’ve already told you, the ancient Greek verb “pisteuo” (Latin transliteration) carries always positive connotations e.g. in the sense that I place my trust / confidence / faith in something good - the One God”. Therefore in sentences like...

Greek: Surname Help, kappa iota, iota omega
kappa iota, iota omega, omega tau: Hi Andre I wonder if your father s name indicates the area where the name originated. There was a city called Kios and anyone from that place was called Êéþôçò . Re below a brief description of that city. The city of KIOS (latitude 40.20 , longitude...

Greek: spelling., ancient greek alphabet, greek lyric poet
ancient greek alphabet, greek lyric poet, kappa omicron: Hello, You are right: the name ‘Cora’ derives from the Ancient Greek name ‘Êüñéííá’ (Korinna, in Latin transliteration, i.e. in Latin alphabet we use still today). Therefore in ancient Greek it would be :‘Êüñá’ (Latin transliteration, ‘Kora’). So...

Greek: Tattoo translation, latin translations, greek translation
latin translations, greek translation, vangelis: Dear friend, Here s your greek translation even though I think it s a bit big for a tattoo. ΑΚΟΛΟΥΘΗΣΕ ΤΗΝ ΚΑΡΔΙΑ ΣΟΥ, ΑΣΕ ΤΑ...

Greek: translation of name, alphabet letter, greek alphabet
alphabet letter, greek alphabet, iota: Hi Dannielle See below the spelling using the Greek alphabet. Numerical place in alphabet Letter Name Approximate sound in modern Greek Notes 5 Å, å Epsilon e 17 Ñ, ñ Rho r 9 É, é Iota ee, y 18 Ó, ó Sigma s written ò at the end...

Greek: Writing english names in greek, girl scout leader, approximate pronunciation
girl scout leader, approximate pronunciation, kendra jane: Hi Rebecca ENGLISH GREEK UPPER CASE LOWER CASE APPROXIMATE PRONUNCIATION Kendra ÊÅÍÔÑÁ ÊÝíôñá KENT-RA Jane ÔÆÅÇÍ ÔæÝçí JAY-NE Jessica ÔÆÅÓÉÊÁ ÔæÝóéêá JESS - EE-KA Ashley ÁÓËÕ ¢óëõ ASH-LEE Meaghan ÌÇÃÊÁÍ ÌÞãêáí MEE-GAN Kylie ÊÁÇËÉ ÊÜçëé K-EYE-LEE...

Greek: åñùò Êëåïðáôñáò, cleopatra i, genitive
cleopatra i, genitive, dative: Dear Simon, You are right: “Eros Kleopatras” it’s okay both in the case when Kleopatra (genitive subjective) loves someone and also in the case when someone (in this case Antony) loves Kleopatra (genitive objective). As for “tanto amore Cleopatrae ardebat...

Greek: Ancient Greek translation, john nevin schaeffer, oxford grammar of classical greek
john nevin schaeffer, oxford grammar of classical greek, ancient greek translation: Hello, Here are the ancient Greek nouns you are looking for: -Honor = “kudos” (in Latin alphabet we use still today),that is ”κũδος“ (in Greek letters). -Duty =” tò déon” ( Latin alphabet), i.e. “τò δέον...

Greek: ancesters, corfu greece, grandfathers name
corfu greece, grandfathers name, great grandmother: Dear Mark, there are several explanations why your great-grandmother signed as Bratos and your grandfathers name was Moraitis... such as... a. maybe the Bratos family was very well known, highly respected and she decided to keep her family name....

Greek: ancient greek, latin transliteration, latin alphabet
latin transliteration, latin alphabet, greek letters: Hello, In Ancient Greek the interrogative conjunction “why” translates as “diá ti” ( Latin transliteration) or simply “tí ” (Latin transliteration). Note that Latin transliteration is nothing but the Greek words written in Latin alphabet we use still...

Greek: ancient greek vs modern, alexandria egypt, holy bible
alexandria egypt, holy bible, dear sarah: Dear Sarah, I am really sorry about your dad... Hope your mum is doing better...losing your better half is... a huge lose... so... concerning your question... 1. When you say..at that period...do you mean when the bible was written? translated?...

Greek: Dates in ancient Greek, emperor theodosius, ancient greeks
emperor theodosius, ancient greeks, greek calendar: Hello, Actually it is impossible to write 1.5.2006 in ancient Greek because the ancient Greeks reckoned their years beginning from 776 BC that was the year of the founding of the Olympic games which however were forbidden by emperor Theodosius in 394...

Greek: dono dare, oggi in italia, risposta alla domanda
oggi in italia, risposta alla domanda, greco: Salve Simon! Prima di tutto in Greco Classico non esiste la costruzione del Doppio Dativo che troviamo invece in Latino (vedi “Herae dono” dove entrambi i termini sono in dativo). Quindi la mia risposta alla domanda che chiede ‘se questo genere di dativo...

Greek: education, delta epsilon tau, tau international
delta epsilon tau, tau international, education knowledge: Hello, Actually in Ancient Greek there is no letter which stands for education / knowledge, but only the nouns meaning “education”/”knowledge”, i.e. “paideia”(in Greek letters, παιδεία = “education”) and “epistéme” ( in...

Greek: surname meaning, west countries, latin origin
Greek: surname meaning, west countries, latin origin, philosofy

Greek: Greek pronoun number in Genesis 3:5, ancient greek text, possessive pronoun
ancient greek text, possessive pronoun, masculine pronoun: Hello, Actually in ancient Greek text of Genesis 3:1-6 there is NO personal / possessive pronoun, but only the masculine noun “ophis” (Greek letters, όφις ) just meaning “serpent”. We read this noun -in the nominative case as a subject-...

Greek: Greek pronunciation, greek pronunciation, kisses
greek pronunciation, kisses: Dear Hank, kisses ...hm...! As in a letter? As goodbye? We usually use it as goodbye to someone dear, in a very informal way of speaking. So we say Φιλάκια (Fee-La-Kee-a) ..... Hope I Helped... At your...

Greek: Greek word, modern greek, greek word
modern greek, greek word, ancient greek: Hello Jay, Please note that in Ancient Greek - which is my field of expertise (please see my profile) - there is no word for New Zealand, because this island was absolutely unknown at that time. As you know, the first Europeans reached New Zealand in...

Greek: greek enquiry, latin transliteration, ancient greek word
latin transliteration, ancient greek word, modern greek: Hello, The ancient Greek word for the noun “wrestle” is “πάλη“ (Latin transliteration “pále”) or “πάλαισμα “(Latin transliteration “pálaisma”). This in Ancient Greek which is my area of expertise....

Greek: meaning of first name, greek name, greek letters
greek name, greek letters, view my profile: Hello, Actually the first name “Panayoitis”, which is a variant transcription of PANAYIOTIS / PANAGIOTIS (Greek letters, Παναγιωτης ) is a modern Greek name that did not exist in Ancient Greek which is...

Greek: How do you pronounce??, greek alphabet, acient greek
greek alphabet, acient greek, latin alphabet: Hello, the English word “newspaper” translates into Ancient Greek as “ephemerís” (Latin alphabet), i.e. “εφημερίς “ (Ancient Greek letters) . Note that in “ephemerís”( “εφημερίς...

Greek: Spelling of greek name, Andrianna, Andriana
Andrianna, Andriana, Andrew: Dear Kimberly, The spelling of the name Andrianna (which is actually Andriana) is Αντριάνα The actual name is Ανδριάνα or Ανδριανή...

Greek: Spelling a name, kappa kappa, rho capital
kappa kappa, rho capital, epsilon beta: Hello, in ancient Greek letters the biblical name Rebecca was spelled Ρεβέκκα, as we read in the Greek text of Genesis 24:15. Note that you must not use the letter “chi” for “c”, but the letter “kappa” which must be...

Greek: How to spell a couple words in Greek Lettering, ancient greek alphabet, ancient roman god
ancient greek alphabet, ancient roman god, roman god of love: Hello, Please note that the English word CUPID is not an ancient Greek term, but the Latin name of the ancient Roman god of love identified with the Greek Eros. In fact CUPID is the English adaptation of Latin noun “cupido”, meaning ‘desire’, ‘sexual...

Greek: how do you spell this in greek, spelling, name
spelling, name, steven: Dear Steven, in Greek we use articles before names Steven = ο Στιβεν where is Steven = poy einai o Steven? As English have - the - Greek have - o, η, το - different for each genre. So this is...

Greek: spelling, hangar theatre ithaca, game boy advance game
hangar theatre ithaca, game boy advance game, golden sun the lost age: Dear Tisiphone, Tisiphone From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Tisiphone (Ancient Greek: Τισιφόνη, avenging murder ) is the name of two figures in Greek mythology. Contents [hide] 1 The Erinyes 2 Daughter...

Greek: surname meaning, Xastoglis, spelling
Xastoglis, spelling, root of the name: Dear Terry, as far as I know - and did some searching again - there is no particular meaning of the word Hasto or Hasta. You have to remember that many names were developed by the pronunciation of another word ... let s say - HYPOTHETICALLY speaking...

Greek: translating part of the 'desiderata', ancient greek alphabet, poem desiderata
ancient greek alphabet, poem desiderata, ancient greek translation: Hello, Here’s the Ancient Greek translation of the lines from the prose poem “Desiderata”(Latin for desired things ) written by Max Ehrmann in 1927 to say how we can attain happiness in our life: “paîs toû kósmou, os tà déndra e oi astéres “ (Latin...

Greek: Useful Sites, ancient greek texts, converting to islam
ancient greek texts, converting to islam, turkish fleet: Dear Simon, As for ΟΙ ΒΑΤΡΑΧΟΙ by Aristophanes, you can read an Italian online translation at the site I’m write in the footnotes where you can find some other links to other Ancient Greek texts translated...

Greek: I wash my hands, ancient greek translation, latin transliteration
ancient greek translation, latin transliteration, voice verbs: Dear Simon, glad to have helped you somehow. As for “I wash my hands”, the ancient Greek translation is “Χεĩρας νίζομαι / νίπτομαι “ (Latin transliteration,...

Greek: Asphodel, latin transliteration, possessive adjective
latin transliteration, possessive adjective, god of the underworld: Hello, Actually the sentence you mention, that is “My regrets follow you to the grave”, is simply the meaning attributed to the asphodel in the language of flowers, just because in ancient Greek poetry and mythology the asphodel was the flower of Hades,...

Greek: Chrysafides, minor asia, meaning behind the name
minor asia, meaning behind the name, greek name: Dear Natalie, Chrysafides is a greek name but as you might know, many Greek people lived in Minor Asia (Turkey) up until a few years ago (my grandparents lived there...) So it is possible that she lived in Turkey. -ides (the desinence of the name)...

Greek: Delphic oraculations, ancient greek text, latin transliteration
ancient greek text, latin transliteration, last prophecy: Hello, Here’s the ancient Greek text of the last prophecy of the Delphic Oracle in 393 AD, according to tradition: “Apángelle tõ basilei. He eűktitos oikίa esphálê. Apóllôv oúte kataphughên oúte dáphnina phúlla échei. Ai pêgaì exeránthêsan...

Greek: Etymology, british astronomer, sea birds
british astronomer, sea birds, xema: Hi again, The Latinized scientific name “Leucophaeus” can derive from ancient Greek adjective “leukophaés” (λευκοφαής )meaning “white”, or from the adjective “leukóphaios” (λευκóφαιος...

Greek: Etymology, rockhopper penguins, rockhopper penguin
rockhopper penguins, rockhopper penguin, latin nouns: Hi Alan, quite rightly you are confused, indeed ! In fact, while Pterodroma pycrofti with a single “i” is correct, Pterodroma cookii with a double ‘i’ is wrong, as it should have been Pterodroma cooki with a single ‘i’, since the Latinized name...

Greek: Etymology, cephalus, sea gull
cephalus, sea gull, ancient greek: Hello Alan, The prefix “Chroico” in “Chroicocephalus “ is quite questionable. In ancient Greek in fact the term “Chroico”, as it is, does not exist, while we have a noun whose stem is the same. It is the word chroia / chroa which means “colour”/...

Greek: eager to learn greek, e mail address, reply thanks
e mail address, reply thanks, learning languages: Hello Vandad, it could be very helpful for me if you asked more specifically of the verbes that you need and the expressions. you see Greek language along with German and Chinese is one of the most difficult to learn... I will wait for your reply...

Greek: Delphic oraculations, salutation, tata
Greek: Delphic oraculations, salutation, tata, spartan warrior

Greek: Greek Gods, king priam of troy, greek goddess of wisdom
king priam of troy, greek goddess of wisdom, favorite child of zeus: Hello, Here’s the short summary you are looking for. Hope this can be helpful to you. Best, Maria _______________________________________________ 1.MOUNT OLYMPUS :it is the highest Greek mountain and in ancient times was regarded as the home of...

Greek: Greek name, cansas city, greek spelling
cansas city, greek spelling, family crest: DEAR SUSAN GOOD MORNING FROM CYPRUS! THE LETTER SAYS: MRS PANAYIOTIS BELLOS 1121 STR CANSAS CITY 25TH JULY 1935 WITH LOT OF PLESURE WE ANSWER TO YOUR LETTER ON 23TH. WE ANNOUNCE TO YOU THAT THE SHIP...

Greek: Greek name translation, orthodox christianity, titles of mary
orthodox christianity, titles of mary, mary the mother of jesus: Hello Maria! My husbands name is Panagiotis too! translation of his name... PANAGIOTIS Gender: Masculine Usage: Greek Other Scripts: Παναγιωτης (Greek) Means all holy , derived...

Greek: Greek Poetry, kariotakis, poem writer
kariotakis, poem writer, facebook: Dear Simon, my name means i live twice when you say it. Kostas Karuotakis is a great poem writer. The best way is to go to google and write down his name. Other sites are: www.stixoi.info/stixoi.php?info=Lyrics&act=index&sort=alpha&lyricist_id=285 -...

Greek: greek words and defintions, latin transliteration, mark the evangelist
latin transliteration, mark the evangelist, genitive case: Hello, If you want to know the Greek words used by St. Mark the Evangelist just in Mark 12:30, here they are: -“kardía” (Latin transliteration) , i.e. “καρδία “ ( in Greek letters ) for HEART -“psuché “(Latin transliteration),...

Greek: hi, comma
comma: Dear Abshir, That is (to say) , in other words , or sometimes in this case , depending on the context. Never equivalent to exempli gratia (e.g.), although frequently so used.[1] Id est, i.e., that is , is commonly abbreviated i.e. ; in this usage...

Greek: meaning of name, ancient greek name, small evergreen shrubs
ancient greek name, small evergreen shrubs, hather: Hello, Actually Heather is not an ancient Greek name nor Hebrew. It derives in fact from Middle English ‘hather‘, which became later “heather“ which is the English name of a variety of small evergreen shrubs with pink or white flowers which commonly...

Greek: Last Name Help, ancient greek name, greek lyric poet
ancient greek name, greek lyric poet, last name nationality: Hello, First of all I have to point out that no last name existed in Ancient Greece where there were only the first names like Plato, Socrates, Aristotle, Pericles, Sappho, Themistocles, Leonidas,etc. The surnames began to be introduced much later and...

Greek: I need some help!, caitlyn, zoe
caitlyn, zoe, phrases: Dear Caitlyn, Despite of the fact that i don t translate phrases, i will do it for you. Τhe phrase means Απο επιείκια / χάρη έχετε σωθεί...

Greek: Slight confusion!!, victory, confusion
victory, confusion, tattoo: Dear Nick, As I saw I was wrong on Victory of the people (I translated Victory ΤΟ the people) People is also λαου and ανθρώπους... Tell me exactly what do you need to write...the...

Greek: Translation, greek lettering, nice day
greek lettering, nice day, victory: dear Nick, I think what you need is to WRITE and NOT TRANSLATE the word Kyriakou in greek... right? So this is: Kyriakou = Κυριάκου or Κυριακού depending on how you pronounce...

Greek: translation, greek word order, ancient greek translation
greek word order, ancient greek translation, latin transliteration: Hello, here s the Ancient Greek translation of the command Purify yourself! in the sense you say: -“Sautòn káthaire!” (Latin transliteration), i.e. “Σαυτòν κάθαιρε!“ in ancient Greek letters....

Greek: translation question, latin transliteration, feminine noun
latin transliteration, feminine noun, sibling love: Hello again, In Ancient Greek both “eternal love for brothers and eternal love for siblings” translate as “Eis aei philadelphίa”, i.e. “Εις αεί φιλαδελφία” where...

Greek: Writing/translation, modern greek, lovely day
modern greek, lovely day, second language: HI NIK, I HOPE YOU ARE OK. DESPITE OF THE FACT THAT I AM HERE TO HELP EVERYONE WHO IS TEACHING GREEK AS A SECOND LANGUAGE I WILL ANSWER TO YOUR QUESTION. VICTORY OF PEOPLE MEANS (( Η ΝΙΚΗ ΤΩΝ ΑΝΘΡΩΠΩΝ(...

Greek: Ancient Greek, homers iliad, greek arete
homers iliad, greek arete, greek letters: Hello, The ancient Greek noun “areté“ (Greek letters, ἀρετή) means goodness”, “virtue “, “excellence” of any kind, especially of manly qualities in Homer’s Iliad/ Odyssey. Therefore it can mean also “manhood”, “valour”, “prowess”,”merit”,...

Greek: Ancient Greek translation, ancient greek translation, accurate translation
ancient greek translation, accurate translation, pythagoras: Dear Richard , I totally agree with the translation Σκέψη εστί ιδέα εν εξέλιξη meaning; A thought is an idea in transit. I confirm that this...

Greek: Christos, latin transliteration, revelation 19
latin transliteration, revelation 19, christian theology: Hello, Please note that in Ancient Greek the adjective “christós” (χριστός) meant simply “greasy”/ “oily” as in e.g. “christon pharmakon” (in the neuter as ‘pharmakon’ is a neuter noun) which meant “ointment” /”unguent”....

Greek: English to Greek: James, greek alphabet, hebrew names
greek alphabet, hebrew names, latin characters: HELLO DEAR ARTHUR, So what you re saying is that James and Jacob are both translated as IACOVOS in Greek? (dispite the fact that they are spelled differently) I HOPE YOU ARE WELL. MY OPOINION IS THAT JAMES IN GREEK IS BEEN TRANSLATE AS DEMETRIOS AND...

Greek: Etymology, genus name, shearwaters
genus name, shearwaters, petrels: Hi again Alan, actually the only one term which derives from Ancient Greek is “Dichrous” (Greek letters, Δίχρους ) meaning “bicoloured / bicolor”. As for Ardenna, Grinaz and Dulciae, they have nothing to do with Ancient...

Greek: Eutifrone, cosin, socrate
cosin, socrate, religione: Caro Simon, nell’“Eutifrone“ di Platone Socrate, dialogando appunto con Eutifrone, discute del concetto di religiosità / santità contrapposto a quello di empietà, e in questo contesto, al paragrafo 14e, pronuncia la frase che tu hai riportato: “ἐμπορικὴ...

Greek: english to greek, greek letters, capital letters
greek letters, capital letters, transliteration: Hello, Granted that the name Alabama obviously did not exist in ANCIENT GREEK, if you want a mere transliteration of this name into Ancient Greek letters, here it is: Αλαβάμα (small letters) ΑΛΑΒΑΜΑ...

Greek: etymology, ancient greek word, antigone ismene
ancient greek word, antigone ismene, polynices: Hello, In Ancient Greek there is the name “Polyneikes”(Greek letters, Πολυνείκης)which means “great wrangler” as well as “great fighter”. This name is composed by the adjective “polys”(Greek letters,...

Greek: Freckled duck, attic dialect, freckled duck
attic dialect, freckled duck, jabiru: Hi Alan, The ancient Greek adjective “niktòs”(νικτός, freckled / variegated/ speckled) and the ancient Greek noun “nêssa/nêtta” (νήσσα / νήττα, duck) compose the Latinized name...

Greek: English to Greek: James, hebrew name, confussion
Greek: English to Greek: James, hebrew name, confussion, austrailia

Greek: faith hope love, ancient greek text, 1 corinthians 13
ancient greek text, 1 corinthians 13, faith hope: Hello, The best translation of faith, hope, love from the Bible verse 1 Corinthians 13:13 is the following: πίστις, ἐλπίς, ἀγάπη, i.e. your first version. In fact...

Greek: Greek name, cansas city, greek spelling
cansas city, greek spelling, family crest: DEAR SUSAN GOOD MORNING FROM CYPRUS! THE LETTER SAYS: MRS PANAYIOTIS BELLOS 1121 STR CANSAS CITY 25TH JULY 1935 WITH LOT OF PLESURE WE ANSWER TO YOUR LETTER ON 23TH. WE ANNOUNCE TO YOU THAT THE SHIP...

Greek: Greek Translation, greek translation, caitlin
greek translation, caitlin, phrase: Dear Caitlin, I hope you are well. This phrase means Να είσαι τα πάντα για μένα Look forward helping you again, Best regards, Zoz...

Greek: learning greek, bbc co uk languages, greek www
bbc co uk languages, greek www, useful phrases: DEAR LANI I AM SO GLAD THAT YOU WANT TO LEARN GREEK. A VERY GOOD SITE IS CALLED FILOGLOSSIA www.xanthi.ilsp.gr/filog/ AND STARTS FROM THE VERY BEGGINING. ALSO YOU CAN GO TO THE TRASLATUM www.talkreviews.gr/translatum.gr AND THERE YOU CAN FIND USEFUL...

Greek: Last Name, plato aristotle, greek surnames
plato aristotle, greek surnames, traveling to greece: Hello, First of all I have to point out that in ANCIENT GREEK which is my field of expertise (view my profile) there were no surnames, but only the given names like Socrates, Plato, Aristotle, Alcibiades, Miltiades, Pericles, Aristides, Solo, Draco, Lycurgus,...

Greek: Names, declension, latin word
declension, latin word, ancient greek: Hi Alan, First of all “cycnus” is simply the Latinized form of the Ancient Greek “kyknos” ( κΰκνος ) meaning “swan”. As for “cygnus “, it is the same as “cycnus”, as it is a mere Latin variant of “cycnus” from the Ancient...

Greek: Ouroboros, latin transliteration, cleopatra gold
latin transliteration, cleopatra gold, queen cleopatra: Hello, The Ancient Greek words enclosed within the image of the ‘Ouroboros’ (Greek letters, ουροβόρος όφις meaning tail-devouring snake”) from “The Chrysopoeia of Cleopatra” (“Gold manufacture...

Greek: phrase translation, phrase translation, latin characters
phrase translation, latin characters, greek characters: Dear Maya, I hope you are well. here s the translation, Latin characters: gia panta pisti se mena Greek characters: Για πάντα πίστη σε μένα I am...

Greek: tattoo; life, bone marrow transplant, back of my neck
bone marrow transplant, back of my neck, greek life: Dear Jess, Hope you are feeling great after all that you ve been through... Unfortunately there is no translation for Craig in Greek... Life is ζωή Βιος actually means lifetime... which is not what you are looking...

Greek: translating, latin transliteration, latin alphabet
latin transliteration, latin alphabet, greek letters: Hello, the shortest possible way to say and write the sentence ”With God anything is possible” in ancient Greek is the following: -“Sùn Theô pánta éxesti“ (Latin transliteration) -“Σΰν Θεὦ πάντα...

Greek: my wifes name, greek spelling, exact spelling
greek spelling, exact spelling, wifes name: Dear Kyle, First of all, Kathleen is not a Greek name. Is it the original name or a shorter version? Do you want the exact spelling in Greek of Kathleen (which I would not recommend because it would look weird as if we spelled Kyle in Greek!)...or...

Greek: "Americanized" Greek Surname, exact pronunciation, greek surname
exact pronunciation, greek surname, greek surnames: Hi I wonder if his first name was Jon (John) in English and his surname in approximate Greek pronunciation suh-lie-kus . If so, then in Greek his full name would have been ÉùÜííçò Óáëßêáò which translated into english is John Salikas pronounced by...

Greek: Ancient Greek Plays, sigma tau epsilon, ancient greek alphabet
sigma tau epsilon, ancient greek alphabet, epsilon iota: Hello, in ancient Greek the word “Choephoroi”, meaning Libation Bearers’, is pronounced as follows: - Ch like the CH in the Scottish “loch” i.e. a consonant with an aspirate. - o like the O in ‘door’ - e like the E in ‘ness’ - phor like the...

Greek: Apeiron, infinity symbol, math terms
infinity symbol, math terms, vangelis: Dear John, Yes Άπειρο stands for infinity and in math terms it is symbolized by the horizontal 8. It also stands for a place far far away, that has no end. Space is apeiro . Also, when you want to say metaphorically a huge...

Greek: ancient greek, latin transliteration, greek alphabet
latin transliteration, greek alphabet, latin alphabet: Hello, First of all I have to point out that the system often does not allow you to read the Greek letters & diacritic marks and then I have to write also the Latin transliteration of the Greek text of ‘The Gospel of Thomas‘, Saying 30 + 77b (The Greek...

Greek: Fortes Fortuna adiuvat, roman comic playwright, great roman poet
roman comic playwright, great roman poet, ancient greek translation: Hello, in Terence’s comedy named ‘Phormio’, line 203, we read “Fortes fortuna adiuvat” meaning exactly “Fortune favours the brave/bold”, while in Virgil’s Aeneid, Book 10, line 284 we find a similar maxim “Audentes Fortuna iuvat” where AUDENTES is the...

Greek: My name in ancient greek., www languages, languages of the world
Greek: My name in ancient greek., www languages, languages of the world

Greek: My Surname, seeka, greek origin
Greek: My Surname, seeka, greek origin, sekas

Greek: translations, yannis, ioannis
Greek: translations, yannis, ioannis, wikipedia

Greek: Greek Names - Spelling, approximate pronunciation, greek names
approximate pronunciation, greek names, greek name: Hi Michael I am not sure what Greek name you are referring to, but I can only guess. I think you are trying to say POLYNIKH tell me if I am wrong The approximate pronunciation is POLLEE- NEEKEE I hope this is what you are after Unless I...

Greek: Greek spelling, greek spelling, alphabet letter
greek spelling, alphabet letter, greek name: Hi Rosa The name Argelys does not ring a bell, what I suspect, you are referring to, is probably the name Angelis . The spelling is as follows Numerical place in alphabet Letter Name Approximate sound in modern Greek Notes 1 Á, á Alpha...

Greek: greek translation, ancient greek alphabet, tau iota
ancient greek alphabet, tau iota, latin transliteration: Hello, here s the translation of There is nothing impossible to him who will try : -“Ouden adunaton to tolmonti “ (Latin transliteration) -“Ïõäåí áäýíáôïí ôù ôïëìùíôé “(Ancient Greek alphabet) Note that Latin transliteration means obviously...

Greek: Katalepsis, derangement of the senses, steven pressfield
derangement of the senses, steven pressfield, novel gates: Hello, Actually I have to point out that what Steven Pressfield calls the concept of the “possession” as “the state of being dominated by fear/terror/anger”, i.e. “the derangement of the senses that comes when terror or anger usurps dominion of the...

Greek: Koine Greek, ancient greek alphabet, lambda eta
ancient greek alphabet, lambda eta, eta mu: Hello, The English word “question” can be translated as follows: - “ερώτημα” (in ancient Greek letters, that is Koiné Greek), i.e. “erótema”(Latin transliteration) just meaning “question” as that which is asked, an...

Greek: Is masculine concrete and femanine abstract?, household family, abstract example
household family, abstract example, dwelling place: Hello, in ancient Greek it’s impossible to say that “the masculine is used to indicate something that is concrete and the feminine is used to indicate that something is abstract”, as well as it’s impossible to state that the gender neuter is either....

Greek: my name, latin transliteration, greek spelling
latin transliteration, greek spelling, greek alphabet: Hi Leigh, I’m sorry, but the name LEIGH did not exist in ancient Greek and then it makes no sense to write it in Greek letters, while the name ELLEN is nothing but the Greek ‘ÅëÝíç (Helene). I think however you cannot read the Greek spelling of ELLEN...

Greek: my name?, beta iota, phi lambda
beta iota, phi lambda, iota alpha: Dear Flavia, Well, your name is not existing in greek, so i can just tranform it in greek alphabet. It s ΦΛΑΒΙΑ Φλάβια (phi-lambda-alpha-beta-iota-alpha) Hope this helps, Yours Vangeli...

Greek: Last name, xania crete, greek heritage
xania crete, greek heritage, greek american: Hi Ioanna This name seems to be connected with a particular occupatiïn, like it is with a lot of names in many lavguages. The word Maragkos in Greek means carpenter. So Maragkoudaki most likely refers to the occupation of carpenter. In Greek we write...

Greek: My name in ancient greek., greek alphabet, greek names
greek alphabet, greek names, traslation: Hi Rizkie The Greek names are the same in ancient or modern Greek. Both are using the same alphabet. There is no translation for your name. Your name, using the Greek alphabet, is written as it sounds to our Greek ears. Your name is written in Greek as...

Greek: naming conventions in Ancient Greece, plato aristotle, naming conventions
plato aristotle, naming conventions, ancient greece: Hello, In ancient Greece there were no surnames, but also a given name like Socrates, Plato, Aristotle, Alcibiades, Miltiades, Pericles, Aristides, Solon, Draco, Lycurgus, etc. This first name could be followed by the name of the father like for example...

Greek: Phrasing?, bible passage, accurate translation
bible passage, accurate translation, old testament: Hi Jon The Bible passage you mentioned is in the Old Testament. The Old Testament was written in Hebrew not in Greek.Only the New testament was written in Ancient Greek. I can give you this Bible passage in Greek, but not in Ancient Greek. êáé ãõìíüò...

Greek: Please help, ancient greek alphabet, latin alphabet
ancient greek alphabet, latin alphabet, diacritic marks: Hello, I suppose you want a translation in Ancient Greek, not in Modern Greek, which is different from the ancient one either in spelling or in pronunciation. So, Believe in yourself translates as follows into ancient Greek which is just my field...

Greek: My Surname, sekas, laria
sekas, laria, google: Hi Laria I could not find the meaning of your name anywhere. People using this surname have immigrated from many countries mainly from Greece, also from Albania, Norway, France, Germany, Turkey. In the Greek slang the word Sekos is used to indicate unconscious...

Greek: techincal word, glasgow caledonian university, bind dna
glasgow caledonian university, bind dna, cilf: Hi Hunter My personal explanation to this is the following. The word TISSUE is translated as ΙΣΤΟΣ in Greek, they have most likely used the Greek word ΙΣΤΟΣ (HISTOS in English sounding) to describe...

Greek: translation, ancient greek alphabet, latin transliteration
ancient greek alphabet, latin transliteration, online dictionaries: Hello, I’m afraid you cannot read the ancient Greek letters as the system often does not allow it and then I’m writing each word either in ancient Greek alphabet or in Latin transliteration which is nothing but the Greek text written in Latin alphabet we...

Greek: translations, ancient greek alphabet, latin alphabet
ancient greek alphabet, latin alphabet, acute accent: Hello, I m sorry, but I cannot help you as the name Jack did not exist in Ancient Greek which is my field of expertise and then I don’t want to use the ancient Greek letters to spell a name which is nonexistent in that language. The only thing I can...

Greek: translations, ancient greek alphabet, ancient greek word
ancient greek alphabet, ancient greek word, latin transliteration: Hello, In Ancient Greek which is my field of expertise (view my profile) the word “grace” translates as “ ÷Üñéò “ (ancient Greek alphabet), i.e. “charis” (Latin transliteration). Note that Latin transliteration is nothing but the Greek text written...

Greek: Ancient Greek POLI, ancient greek society, latin transliteration
ancient greek society, latin transliteration, greek poleis: Hello, The nominative plural of the ancient Greek term POLIS (3rd.declension), just meaning literally ‘city’/”city-state”, is POLEIS (cities/ city-states), not ‘poli’ which in ancient Greek is the vocative case of ‘polis’ as used in calling and then ...

Greek: Chorus - original meaning, classical greek tragedy, origin of greek tragedy
classical greek tragedy, origin of greek tragedy, god dionysus: Dear Simon, The original meaning of “chorus” (Greek, χορός ) was “place for dancing” as well as “group”, i.e. group of dancers, originally the dancers who performed ceremonial songs in honour of the god of wine and ecstasy at the...

Greek: Doric Dialect, neuter plural, doric dialect
neuter plural, doric dialect, latin transliteration: Hello, the quote you mention is from Matthew 19:26 where we read: “Parà de Theõ pάnta dunatά “ meaning exactly “With God all things are possible”. Note that this is the Latin transliteration of these Greek words , i.e. the Greek text written...

Greek: Equivalent to my greek name, athanasius, athanasios
athanasius, athanasios, hebrew: Hi Thanassi In English your name is Athanasius which means immortal. For short you can choose Sakis , Thanos why not Nasos or even Athan There Is no equivalent in English. In English you just say Athanasius The other name, your...

Greek: Ancient Greek POLI, polis, feminine noun
Greek: Ancient Greek POLI, polis, feminine noun, ancient greek

Greek: latin to greek, nice girl
Greek: latin to greek, nice girl

Greek: meaning of families last name, two syllables, literaly
Greek: meaning of families last name, two syllables, literaly, tz

Greek: my last name, albanian catholic, catholic names
Greek: my last name, albanian catholic, catholic names

Greek: Which one first?, frederic m wheelock, richard lafleur
frederic m wheelock, richard lafleur, latin grammar: Hello, Actually you should learn both Latin and ancient Greek at the same time, but, given the difficulty of Ancient Greek whose alphabet is absolutely different from English or French, you could begin by learning Latin whose alphabet we use still today...

Greek: Greek, e mail address, california state university long beach
e mail address, california state university long beach, francesco redi: Dear Professor Mastropaolo I was pleasantly surprised to be elevated to the status of a Professor . I am not a professor by any means, I am just an ordinary accountant with an interest in Greek (being Greek). Your question was quite interesting and challenging....

Greek: Greek-Latin phrase, o lord god, latin transliteration
o lord god, latin transliteration, kyrie eleison: Hello, the phrase Kyrie Eleison is nothing but the Latin transliteration of the ancient Greek invocation “Κΰριε ελέησον “( Lord, have mercy) which I’m not sure you can read, as the system often...

Greek: Greek spelling of a name, greek spelling, alphabet letter
greek spelling, alphabet letter, omicron: Dear Fraser We do not have this name in Greek. We pronounce it and spell it the way it sounds to our Greek ears. The pronunciation according to the Greeks is approximately ee-ghou-an The spelling in Greek is as follows Numerical place...

Greek: latin to greek, city police officer, latin phrases
city police officer, latin phrases, getting a tattoo: Hi Nicholas The translations are as follows: semper fidelis(always faithful)= Πάντα πιστός semper ad mortem(faithful til death = Πιστός μέχρι...

Greek: meaning of families last name, turkish origin, konstantine
turkish origin, konstantine, mothers name: Tzemis (Ôæåìçò) This is probaly referring to James, Jim (ÄçìÞôñçò). The English name James sounds like Tzemis to some Greek ears. Another possibility is it might be of Turkish origin. Athanasopoulos(Áèáíáóïðïõëïò) The ending -opoulos probably indicates...

Greek: my last name, kappa iota, iota kappa
kappa iota, iota kappa, internet searchs: Dear Sean, I ve been searching on it these days and found that Ghikas is an original last name. Spelled in greek is Γκίκας (gamma-kappa-iota-kappa-alpha-sigma) No it doesn t mean anything in modern greek. I also came...

Greek: Old Friends surname, greek surname, greek alphabet
greek surname, greek alphabet, alphabet letter: Hi Stephanie My mind goes to a Greek surname Ðñßöôçò pronounced PrEE-ftees I have never heard the name Prifty - ke , unless it meant Priftis and co (Ðñßöôçò êáé Óéá). It is hard to tell from the information given. I can...

Greek: Pisteuo eis se enan theon, dear debbie, enan
dear debbie, enan, theon: Dear Debbie, Here is the pisteuo. Πιστεύω εις έναν Θεόν, Πατέρα, Παντοκράτωρα,...

Greek: Please translate name into Greek letters, alphabet letter, greek alphabet
alphabet letter, greek alphabet, greek letters: Hi kAY Using the Greek alphabet the spelling is as follows See each letter of the name from top to bottom (capital & small) Numerical place in alphabet Letter Name Approximate sound in modern Greek 3 Ã, ã Gamma gh, y ãã pronounced ng...

Greek: Spelling of a name, alphabet letter, greek alphabet
alphabet letter, greek alphabet, iota: Hi Kyllie The spelling is as follows using the Greek alphabet below Numerical place in alphabet Letter Name Approximate sound in modern Greek Notes 3 Ã, ã Gamma gh, y ãã pronounced ng as in the word finger 9 É, é Iota ee, y 24 Ù,...

Greek: how do you say?, alphabet letter, 2 friends
alphabet letter, 2 friends, iota: Hi Carrie 1.Friends = Ößëïé pronounced FEE-lee 2.Friends for ever = Ößëïé ãéá ðÜíôá pronounced Fee-lee ya pah-nta The spelling is as follows For number 1 Friends = Ößëïé Numerical place in alphabet Letter Name Approximate sound...

Greek: spelling, alphabet letter, greek grammar
alphabet letter, greek grammar, greek alphabet: Hi Using the Greek alphabet the spelling is as follows Numerical place in alphabet Letter Name Approximate sound in modern Greek 4 Ä, ä Delta th (voiced) 20 Õ, õ Upsilon ee 13 Í, í Nu n 1 Á, á Alpha a 19 Ô, ô Tau t 15 Ï, ï Omicron...

Greek: Translate sentence please!!, language requirement, vangelis
language requirement, vangelis, tatto: Hey Diana, All i can do is translate in modern greek. Hope you are pleased with that. It s Δεν μπορώ να πάω σπίτι, δεν είναι...

Greek: Translation to Greek or Ancient Greek, 40th birthday party, happy 40th birthday
40th birthday party, happy 40th birthday, greek theme: Hi Liz Re below for translation: Ευτυχισμένα τεσσερακοστά γενέθλια Kind regards George ...

Greek: translation of english phrase, ancient greek translation, diacritic marks
ancient greek translation, diacritic marks, latin maria: Hello, Here’s the Ancient Greek translation of “ time flies, so use it well”: “Ho chronos parerchetai kai eu titheso auton “ (Latin transliteration, i.e. the Greek phrase written in Latin alphabet we use still today). Anyway here’s the same phrase...

Greek: The word believe as in john 3:16, latin transliteration, st john the evangelist
latin transliteration, st john the evangelist, latin alphabet: Hello, In John 3:16 St. John the Evangelist uses the ancient Greek verb “pisteuo” (Latin transliteration) / πιστευω (in ancient Greek letters) which means just “I believe” in the sense that I place my trust / confidence...

Greek: Ancient Greek, ancient greek alphabet, case gender
ancient greek alphabet, case gender, indefinite articles: Hello, Actually the original says “En archê ên ho logos, kai ho logos ên pros ton theon, kai theos ên ho logos “(Latin transliteration), i.e. “Εν αρχη ην ο λογος και ο...

Greek: Ancient Greek Translation, ancient greek translation, word sports
ancient greek translation, word sports, greek letters: Hello, in ancient Greek the noun SPORTS as “physical activity governed by a set of rules or customs and often engaged in competitively” was “agón” in the singular and “agónes” in the plural, i.e. Αγων (nominative singular)/ Αγωνες...

Greek: A very common suffix, first roman emperor, latin maria
first roman emperor, latin maria, vivus: Dear Simon, Sorry for not giving you a clear explanation. Actually the true name of Octavianus, later known as Augustus ( the illustrious one ) since the senate in 27 BC awarded him this title of religious / political authority, was GAIUS OCTAVIUS...

Greek: curiosity, ancient greek alphabet, ancient greek translation
ancient greek alphabet, ancient greek translation, latin transliteration: Hello, In ancient Greek the word “family” as ‘a household’, i.e. ‘a group of usually related people living together as a unit’ is ‘oikia’ (nominative feminine, 1st.declension), while as ‘a group of persons sharing common ancestry’ is ‘ghenos’ (nominative...

Greek: Delphic Maxim, tau omicron, ancient greek text
tau omicron, ancient greek text, latin transliteration: Hello, the ancient Greek Delphic maxim inscribed on the pediment of the temple of Apollo at Delphi was exactly Γνῶθι σαυτόν , that is Gnothi sauton in Latin transliteration which is nothing...

Greek: Family name, dblp bibliography server, chronic lymphocytic leukemia
dblp bibliography server, chronic lymphocytic leukemia, chronic lymphocytic leukemia cll: Hi Bruno Most likely, it is Italian or Spanish. I notice you have an italian name See below in how many Italian sites your name appears. Umberto Caligaris - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Umberto Caligaris (July 26, 1901 – October 19, 1940)...

Greek: Greek word a day, 3 words, pronunciation
Greek: Greek word a day, 3 words, pronunciation, email

Greek: Surname, son of man, surname
Greek: Surname, son of man, surname

Greek: Grace in Ancient Greek, latin transliteration, john latimer
latin transliteration, john latimer, cambridge college: Dear John, a suitable ancient Greek grace could be the following: 1-Χάριν ἔχω μεγάλην τῷ Θεῷ ὅτι πολλά...

Greek: The Greek prefix “meta”, palazzo chigi, modern european languages
palazzo chigi, modern european languages, greek prefix: Dear Simon, The English word “metonym”( or ”metonymy”) is composed exactly by the ancient Greek noun “onoma” ( name, word, term) plus the preposition “meta” which in this case means “after”, “further” in the sense that a metonymy goes further the true...

Greek: Greek translations, true spelling, greek translations
true spelling, greek translations, getting a tattoo: Hi Vanessa The squares you are talking about is the Greek letter Alfa α the first letter of the Greek alpha-bet. what you have there is correct “ἢ τὰν ἢ ἐπὶ τὰς.“ Kind regards Georg...

Greek: Greek Words, greek lettering, english alphabet
greek lettering, english alphabet, adelfi: Hi Tara The words in the form you want are as follows: AFFECTIONATE ORDINARY Father (affectionate form, if there is one) Babas Pateras Mother (affectionate form, if there is one) Mama Mitera Lover Erastis Husband (affectionate form, if there...

Greek: Greek word a day, picturedictionary, greek dictionaries
picturedictionary, greek dictionaries, greek grammar: Hi Sophia There are plenty of websites where offer Greek grammar, Greek dictionaries ancient and Modern, spelling etc I will direct you to a few re below http://www.foundalis.com/lan/grkgram.htm http://www.phigita.net/spell-check/ http://www.yourdictionary.com/languages.html...

Greek: greek language, latin letters, greek letters
latin letters, greek letters, greek words: Hi Kay You mean Greek words for education or school using Latin letters. The word for education using latin letters is ekpaithefsi pronounced approximately Ekpaithaifsee The word for school using latin letters is scholion pronounced approximately...

Greek: Name in Greek, alphabet letter, greek translation
alphabet letter, greek translation, modern greek: Hi Cassandra Your name is the same in modern Greek as is in Ancient Greek. The same greek letters have been in use since 403 BC. The spellng of your name is as follows Numerical place in alphabet Letter Name Approximate sound in Ancient...

Greek: Name History, sozopol bulgaria, bulgarian empire
sozopol bulgaria, bulgarian empire, correct spelling: Hi Mark You are right the spelling changes according to the gender but not much. For example the name skafidas ENGLISH GREEK MASCULINE FEMININE SKAFIDAS SKAFIDAS SKAFIDA MR/MRS SKAFIDAS KYRIOS SKAFIDAS KYRIA SKAFIDA This is how your mother...

Greek: last name, peloponnese, descendant
peloponnese, descendant, latin: Hi Nick I am not sure about the full meaning of your name. Your name is made up of CHITI = ΧΥΤΗ in Greek I am not sure what the exact meaning of this is in relation to your name. POYLOS = ΠΟΥΛΟΣ meaning...

Greek: last name meaning?, last name meaning, latin alphabet
last name meaning, latin alphabet, diacritic marks: Hello, As an expert in Ancient Greek (not Modern), I can tell you the meaning of an ancient Greek noun which is quite similar to your surname. This ancient Greek noun belonging to the 2nd.declension is “kalogeros” (Latin transliteration) / “καλογηρος...

Greek: name translation, alphabet letter, greek alphabet
alphabet letter, greek alphabet, getting a tattoo: Hi Chris Following the Greek alphabet the spelling is as follows Numerical place in alphabet Letter Name Approximate sound in Ancient Greek Approximate sound in modern Greek Notes 22 Χ, χ Chi k (aspirated) kh 17 Ρ, ρ Rho r r ...

Greek: name translation, alphabet letter, greek alphabet
alphabet letter, greek alphabet, galanis: Hi James Re below the spelling of galanis following the Greek alphabet. Numerical place in alphabet Letter Name Approximate sound in Ancient Greek Approximate sound in modern Greek Notes 3 Γ, γ Gamma g gh, y γγ pronounced ng as in...

Greek: Phrase translation, phrase translation, latin characters
phrase translation, latin characters, english letters: Hi David The translations are as follows English Greek using Latin characters Approximate pronuncaition The beginning is the end I Archi enai to tellos ee ar-hee eenai toh tellos All is one, one is ola, ola enai ena, ena einai ola ola eenai aina, aina...

Greek: pass the salt, latin transliteration, latin alphabet
latin transliteration, latin alphabet, greek text: Hello, Here’s the translation you are looking for: “Ton hala moi didou, hiketeuo se”. Please note that I used the Latin transliteration, i.e. the Greek text written in Latin alphabet we use still today. This because the system often does no allow...

Greek: Surname, origins of surnames, kyria
origins of surnames, kyria, poulos: Hi Kosta I did some research regarding your surname. I think that the most likely meaning of your name according to my opinion is the following. Kyria as in the Greek name Kyria-kos meaning of the lord Zo this may be referring to life, live. Poulos,...

Greek: Transliteration of Greek Name, whitepages search, nicosia cyprus
whitepages search, nicosia cyprus, aspx page: Hi Tristan Go to the infobel website I gave you Look for the word english it is on the right handside as you look at the screen,.very small leters. Click on it to turn the page into English ΧΡΥΣΟΣ ΟΔΗΓΟΣ...

Greek: Ancient Greek Translation, ancient greek alphabet, ancient greek translation
ancient greek alphabet, ancient greek translation, latin transliteration: Hello, we glow” in the sense you say could be translated as follows: “Aktinoboloûmen”. As for the infinitive form for “glow” and the present indicative of this verb, note that the infinitive is “aktinoboleîn” (to glow), while the present indicative...

Greek: GREEK LANGUAGE, ancient greek alphabet, ancient greek translation
ancient greek alphabet, ancient greek translation, latin transliteration: Hello, If you are looking for an ancient Greek translation, here it is: -“Oudèn ei me éros”, if ‘love’ refers to a physical passion, desire. -“Oudèn ei me philia”,if ‘love’refers to ‘affection’, ‘friendship’. Please note that I used the Latin...

Greek: Greek Surname Meaning, greek surname, turkish influence
greek surname, turkish influence, greek friend: Hi The ending -Lis (-λης) may indicate turkish influence. Greek borrowed from Turkish certain suffixes that survive in today s Greek eg Kokoslis = kilkis (a town in northern Greece), konialis from Ikonion, brousalis from Prousa, moustakalis...

Greek: Greek Translation, alphabet letter, greek alphabet
alphabet letter, greek alphabet, greek translation: Hi Emma Your name in Greek is as follows using the Greek alphabet: Numerical place in alphabet Letter Name Approximate sound in Ancient Greek Approximate sound in modern Greek Notes 5 Ε, ε Epsilon e e 12 Μ, μ Mu m m 12 Μ,...

Greek: Greek Translation, getting a tattoo, greek translation
getting a tattoo, greek translation, calliope: Hi Michael The translation is as follows: Servant of Calliope = Ο υπηρέτης της Καλλιόπης Calliope s Servant = Της καλλιόπης...

Greek: greek names, latin transliteration, ancient greek word
latin transliteration, ancient greek word, latin alphabet: Hello, First of all the name GEORGIOS, which is the Greek form of the English name GEORGE, is the Latin transliteration, i.e. the Greek name Γεωργιος (Greek letters) written in Latin alphabet we use still today. ...

Greek: Hi, affectionate name, lastname
affectionate name, lastname, grandpa: Hi Karla The name MARAKI is used in Greece, is an affectionate name for MARIA. For example My Maraki loves me meaning, my MARIA loves me. Also it may be found as a surname. As for the island you mentioned GILOS it does not ring a bell. Perhaps...

Greek: Meaning of my surname, island of corsica, traditional costume
island of corsica, traditional costume, akos: Hi Nick This is what I found about the surnames ending in -akis The names ending in-akis (-ακης) are very old. They go as far back as 1600 ad. Originally, they were used as nicknames but gradually they ended up being used as surnames....

Greek: Name Translations, orpheus and euridice, greek names
orpheus and euridice, greek names, english equivalent: Hi Alex There is no english equivalent the Greek is Ευριδίκη the english is simply Euridice, Ορφεύς in Greek Orpheus in English. These are Greek names. Similarly English names such as...

Greek: My name translated, living in cyprus, correct letters
living in cyprus, correct letters, hasnt: Hi Nikolas What you have there is absolutely correct (Νικόλας Κυριάκου). You have chosen the correct letters and is written correctly. You have done a good job Kind regards...

Greek: Phrase translation, neuter plural, latin transliteration
neuter plural, latin transliteration, ancient greek word: Hello again, It is a pity that “Kállista” is not available for a domain name. Anyway you could try to use “Kállos” (nominative neuter singular, 3rd.declension) just meaning “beauty”, or its nominative plural “Kállê“ meaning “beautiful things”. Otherwise...

Greek: phrase, live forever, variations
live forever, variations, tattoo: Hi Sara English live like there is no tomorrow, learn like you live forever. Greek Ζήσε σαν να μην υπάρχει αύριο, συνεχώς...

Greek: SPELL POWER AND STRENGTH SEPARETLY IN GREEK, alphabet letter, spell power
alphabet letter, spell power, separetly: Hi J.R. The spelling of power in Greek is as follows Numerical place in alphabet Letter Name Approximate sound in Ancient Greek Approximate sound in modern Greek Notes 9 Ι, ι Iota ee ee, y 18 Σ, σ Sigma s s...

Greek: spelling in greek, alphabet letter, greek alphabet
alphabet letter, greek alphabet, iota: Hi Norvin The spelling is as follows Numerical place in alphabet Letter Name Approximate sound in Ancient Greek Approximate sound in modern Greek Notes 9 Ι, ι Iota ee ee, y 1 Α, α Alpha a a 10 Κ, κ Kappa...

Greek: translate, rainbow
rainbow: Hi km pronounced 1 Rainbow = Ουράνιο τόξο Ouraneeo toksoh 2 Color = Χρώμα Chroma 3 Nature = Φύση ...

Greek: translation, alphabet letter, greek alphabet
alphabet letter, greek alphabet, viktory: Hi Nick The spelling following the Greek alphabet is as follows: Numerical place in alphabet Letter Name Approximate sound in Ancient Greek Approximate sound in modern Greek 13 Ν, ν Nu n n 9 Ι, ι Iota ee ee, y 10 Κ,...

Greek: ancient greek, ancient greek alphabet, four hundred years
ancient greek alphabet, four hundred years, anglo saxon kingdom: Hello, Please note that CRYDA is the Anglo-Saxon name of a warlord who founded Mercia, the last Anglo-Saxon kingdom to be created in central England c. A.D. 500, after the Roman legions had left Britain they had ruled for nearly four hundred years, from...

Greek: Doric Greek, latin transliteration, koine greek
latin transliteration, koine greek, attic dialect: Hello, First of all the main difference between Doric Greek spoken in Sparta and Attic/Koine Greek, spoken originally in Attica and Athens and then in all Greece, thus also in Sparta, is the preservation of long ‘a’ where Attic/Koine changes it to long...

Greek: English >>>> Ancient Greek, ancient greek text, latin transliteration
ancient greek text, latin transliteration, latin alphabet: Hello, First of all Aiden , Kenzie , Lennon” cannot be translated as these names did not exist at all in ancient Greek. As for John Paul , it is “Ioánnes Páulos” (Latin transliteration) /” Ιωάννης Παΰλος...

Greek: English to Greek, alphabet letter, ted collins
alphabet letter, ted collins, greek alphabet: Hi Ted Do you have Greek fonds, to be able to see the Greek letters, because what I see in the message you sent me is not clear in Greek. What i am going to do, is to send you the spelling by using the Greek alphabet: Re below Numerical place in alphabet...

Greek: Four Loves, lambda iota, tau omicron
lambda iota, tau omicron, iota lambda: Hello, If you want to know how to write in ancient Greek letters the words storge (affection), philia (friendship), eros (sexual passion or romantic love) and agape (selfless love, charity) which are the Latin transliteration of these Greek nouns,...

Greek: The Greek for “to pollute”, sophocles antigone, porto marghera
sophocles antigone, porto marghera, greek verb: Dear Simon, In ancient Greek there is the verb “miánein” (infinitive of “miainô”) just meaning “to stain” as in “aimati mianein” ( to stain with blood), “to pollute”, “to taint”, “to dishonour”, “to corrupt”, “to violate”, “to profane”, “to defile” in...

Greek: Hellenistic Greek, omicron omega, omega epsilon
omicron omega, omega epsilon, platos republic: Hello, First of all it would need to know the whole context where there is this present participle middle/passive voice of the verb “horao”( I see, I look, I have sight, I perceive, I conceive, I know ). For example in Plato’s Republic, 509d we find...

Greek: Help translating, translations, god
translations, god: Hi Kevin Re translations below If a man hasn t discovered something that he will die for, he isn t fit to live. Αν ένας άνθρωπος δεν έχει ανακαλύψει...