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TravelPod Member ReviewsPension Acronafplia Nauplion
An older but lovely building.
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Barb: Today began with blogging alone on the terrace while everyone else slept in. I love Greece in the morning! It is so quiet and no one is around but a few tourists trying to find their way through the narrow streets. Everyone woke up and we headed out towards the docks. On the way, we stopped at the folk art museum and for 2 euros we were able …
Just after sunrise, I am drinking coffee outside on the desk of our anchored ship. I see hillsides of bright white buildings with orange tiled roofs and steeples with white crosses scattered throughout. The shoreline winds in and around as far as you can see. Now THIS is Greece
like I had imagined.
We are in Nafplio, the original Capitol of Greece. During the night, we came across the water to ...
... in 1893... unfortunately it's a bit of a "white elephant" as it is too narrow to be of any real commercial use. So... somewhat refreshed after our stop ,which is about halfway from Athens to Nafplio, we continued on chanting "stay right, stay right" as we found our way back to the correct road. I'm sure Jane brought us into town the back way as we went down some extremely narrow suburban looking streets but using the imposing Palamidi Fortress perched high on the hills ...
... you can imagine the views of the surrounds. Absolutely spectacular.
With a couple of hours to kill before dinner we all went our separate ways into town to explore. Its a lovely little seaside town where i would love to spend a few days relaxing but alas places to go, people to see so we will be departing tomorrow.
Up on the hill behind the ...
... the open sky above dispels the notion quickly, particularly if it is raining which it did a bit during our stay. There wasn't much else to do besides catching up on our blog and go downhill for food. And enjoy the marching band leading Greek Orthodox religious processions through the streets which were otherwise quite deserted.
Our guesthouse host was a major NFL fan but his hopes on seeing our passports were quickly ...