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... went straight on to our night stop Nafplion, a lovely Venetian town on the sea. We walked the town after we checked in to Hotel Agemmenon which had an interesting sea side view and a bit of a hostel feel but it fit the bill for one night. We ate at the harbor overlooking the Venetian stronghold in the middle of the bay. We went to bed early because we (I) had 999 steps to climb in the morning to the Venetian cliff top ...
We got up and had breakfast at Jo's and the made the trek up the hill to Akrokorinthos. Must say I did not do well at all. Glad Graham was driving.
Got to the top and started up the hill to what looked like fort walls. I did not enjoy the short bit I did, may have been better if I had given myself some time to get over the drive up. David, Ruth and Graham all headed to,the top. Ruth did a ...
... of history and as we start our two hour walk through the excavated ruins of ancient Ephesus he also walks us through the city's history from the sixth century BC. You can picture the important government officials making their announcements to the commoners, standing under the marble portico facing the public auditorium. We saw the amphitheatre where St Paul preached Christianity to the Romans, who at that time worshipped the goddess Diana and various other ...
... Peninsula for a few days. Mani is the original home of the “Mani”-acs. After that we’ll travel to ancient Olympia and the home of the original Olympic Games. I’m excited!
P.S. from Mary Ellen: Sidney has neglected to tell you of his increasing attachment to the fresh feta cheese we are having for lunch these days with the bread baked daily from the campground. It is truly divine. ...
... and gyros. Boo and David Lewis said it was the best gyros they have ever had!!! I'm so glad for Boo - since it's her birthday!!!! Yipee.
As Craig and I walked through town we noticed our orchestra poster advertised everywhere - pharmacy, supermarkets, shops, restaurants, phone booths etc… That was very fun to see!!!!
Tolo is a traditional Greek fishing village. It's very cute and quaint.