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... in the distance.
We finally arrived in Nafplio at about 10pm, all of us tired and ready to stop moving for awhile. Tonight, we are staying in the Amalia Hotel, the same hotel where we stayed the last time we were here with Nana and Debbie Sue. I remembered the hotel from 8 years ago!
Tomorrow we will explore Nafplio and head to Delphi. Thanks for following along!
... but did pretty much nothing all day. We had lunch at home from our supermarket supplies. Tzatziki and bread, nectarines and Jamie introduced her watermelon and feta combination to me! Yumo. We went down to the other restaurant for an early dinner so we could have the views in the sunshine. Dinner was mostly various dips and meats, no complaints here.
The next day was pretty windy and cloudy so we decided to head out to the local hire shop and pick up a scooter for a few ...
... shops and a market place, dominated by the Temple of Apollo.
The impressive Peirene Fountain was the major source of the towns water supply.
We return to the ship, but the exceitement continues.
Whilst working on some photos, I get distracted and go out of the cabin onto the vreanda to look at something we are passing. On the return, I stub my toe, but feeling much, I returned to the computer. Jeannette notices some blood on the carpet. We try to bandage it, but it keeps ...
... towards the old stadium entrance with police presence every 15 feet. Pretty impressive given we’ve been here for almost 3 weeks and have rarely seen any police. It seemed every officer from Greece was here.
Once we came to the stadium, we knew something was going on here – as empty seats lined the front of the stadium, with a podium and large television cameras (no screens however). Jen went to speak with another police officer to ...
... he said in the darkness, “Oh, sorry” I said and returned to Orca cursing to myself wondering what a new unit would cost. Pavlou (chandlery) soon told me the answer to that question 420 Euro’s without sales tax. We had no choice but to accept that fact, we needed this unit! The following day it arrived on the ferry from Athens, and after five hours installation we now have a charging unit that could recharge the “Queen Mary 2” if it needed it.