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Late this morning, after we had packed the car and given up hope of visiting Patrick (Paddy) Leigh Fermor's house, Mary got a call with the green light from the Benaki Museum in Athens. We walked there (half a mile along a public path) and were greeted by Elpida, supervisor of the house and Paddy's caretaker during the last 7 years of his long life. She showed us around (no photos inside) and told great strides with great affection for her old boss. ...
... upper Fortress Gate at Mystras. The site is massive and goes from the top of the mountain down, down and down. We parked and walked in and bought tickets at the booth. The guide book and the ticket lady told us to climb up to the castle first so that's what we did.
AT home we have something called the Grouse Grind. It's a path that you can climb up to get to the top of Grouse Mountain. People often talk about it ...
... things uncovered and a whole section in the back of the site that Jen and I must have missed. It was not bad temperature wise when we arrived but it was quite warm by the time were were done at 11. The site was quite crowded with many different tours. Most were quite non irritating but one group had guides with whistles and they were just annoying blowing their whistles all the time. I guess it was appropriate though ...
... easily defended spur of Mount Taygetos with the modern city of Sparta below in the distant heat haze. Ancient Sparta is buried beneath the modern city so not much to see apparently. (I have since been told that there is lots to see in Sparta. Another time!). Patrick is very kind and stays in the shade with the dogs. They will not allow ...
... trying Tsipouro, a liqueur made from the bottom of the grape barrel (dregs of grape pressings, sounds like the origins of Vegemite from beer.) Accompanied by small meze (nibbles) plate and all really cheap for a change. All this walking make you hungry. Back to camp to catch up with mail and make more plans to meet Rob and Rob in Raab, Austria. Tonight, the fortress is beautifully lit up, high on the hill above the village, as was the fortress above Nafplio last ...