Adiandi Boutique Hotel
Travel Blogs from Nauplion
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On the road from modern Mycenae to the acropolis we visited one of the most important of the Mycenean monuments—the Treasury of Atreus.
The treasury is the most representative and best-preserved example of a tholos tomb (1250 BC) and is believed (or, perhaps, hoped) to be the burial place of Agamemnon.
The entrance is ...
... for a rest... I don't know how many stairs there are but OMG it must be at least 1000... 5 mins in and I was breathing heavily and my heart was pounding through my body but breathing deeply and a quick stop we powered on.... for about an hour, maybe not quite that long but it seemed to take forever. Mind you it was worth every step cos the view from the top was absolutely magnificent... just look at the photos and ...
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The next morning Vatistas and I had a delicious lunch—freshly baked fish, potatoes, and onions doused in homemade olive oil and sprinkled with sweet raisons. For a salad, we had a tomato, oregano, feta, and olive oil. Following the meal we had apple slices. After this Vatistas and I went on a walk in Nafplio. As per usual, when the sun went down, we went for a ...
... as the previous night where this time I had swordfish souvlaki for dinner. I then headed to Syntagma Square to have a few more drinks with Thomas, Shelley, Ian, Chris and the bitrhday girl Ania. I managed to drink some ouzo, metaxa and a drink called Tipota (Greek for nothing), which was really nice.
Back to the hotel ata bout 1am for a few hours sleep, although not as many as I expected after the departure time was brought forward.
Today was another day of exploring the local sights (there is so many).
After our, by now, obligatory early morning walk followed by a leisurely
breakfast, we visit the local War museum. What a fascinating place it
is. Quite apart from being filled with military paraphernalia, the
narratives with each exhibit put into perspective the place which Greece
holds in the history of the modern ...