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TravelPod Member ReviewsPension Acronafplia Nauplion
An older but lovely building.
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... The contemporary Greek name of the town is Nafplio (Ναύπλι 959;). In modern English, the most frequently used forms are Nauplia and Navplion. During the Middle Ages, several variants were used in Byzantine Greek, including Náfplion (Ναύπλι 959;ν), Anáplion (Ἀνάπλι& #959;ν), and Anáplia (Ἀνάπλι& #945;).
... once we'd slept a bit!!!!
(L) The flight to Athens was with Aegean Airlines and I had logged in to check there was no changes to the itinerary because none of us could have lived through that again!! The moment we stepped on board we really knew we were off to Greece with the Flight Attendants saying a cheery Yia sas ( hello ). Pretty uneventful 4 hour flight in which I slept most of the way but did wake up for the dinner service because I was starving but of course ...
... jumping from the bridge.
Our lunch today was at a small family run restaurant with no name that's sits right on the edge of the canal next to what is referred to as the 'old' bridge. When a ship passes through the canal this bridge actually lowers into the canal and we were lucky enough to see one come through when we were there.
... local families. The way is lit by solar powered street lights, a neat idea which is catching on worldwide now I think. The stiking yellow pathway, painted on the ground, adds couliur and interest and is punctuated by motifs for children to enjoy.
The area close to the harbour has been renovated a bit too, with outside tables and chairs enabling visitors to enjoy drinks by the sea, at a price of course!
... wonderful. After lunch we went grocery shopping in the little village and provisioned our small kitchen. The sun broke out several times and we were able to stroll the resort and later sit by the pool. Conversations were being held in Italian, German, Greek, English (GB) and several Americans were also there. I am sure there were several other languages as we saw cars from France, Bulgaria and several other places.