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Unique surroundings for another perfect sunset.
This time, up at the Nafsika lounge bar enjoying a strawberry mojito, listening to some music while watching the breathtaking view at sunset.
... courts, the Tennis, the Tavern or the Kafenion and some more.
I will probably do that on a coming trip!
I have only photos in random here, so come along follow me to show you around if you wish.
... I prefer Greek Music when I am in Greece.
Loutraki takes care of it's town centre and the Christmas decorations were tasteful, as is the layout of the resort area. It contrasts well with Corinth, which is much larger and more industrial, being a large port.
The bus journey cost €1.70 each way and crossed the Corinth Canal. It gives a good view of the Corinthian Gulf.
... oldest sculpture in western civilization and we were standing under it… lots and lots of ruins from the palace, to normal shops and house of the inhabitants, a truly remarkable place. Now get this -standing in a road that was a main town road 1400 years before Christ and our mobile rings, its Cletus’ boss and not only does he like the rental car plan but he told me that his man would drive us back to the hotel before driving back to Athens and he is arriving ...
Mike and I went to Salamina yesterday. It took us slightly over two and a half hours to get to the island, mainly because it's legitimately about an hour and forty-five minutes away from the doors to our apartment, but also because we were lost with no idea how to get there for a good 45 minutes... We took the tram (which was actually a lot of fun, thanks to the adorable Greek children clinging to their parents for dear life standing next to us) to the main port of Piraeus, because we ...