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... mansion has been transformed into a stately guesthouse with public areas off the bedroom .. Our most luxurious splurge of the two weeks.
We ate lunch and dinner in the same restaurant in town because the food was so good. The owner made homemade Greek Tzatziki which is yogurt, garlic and a cucumber paste. You can put in on bread, dip meat into it or just eat it with a fork … it's that ...
... an apartment overlooking the sea, but nothing in the entire town was open except two competing groceries. We bought a picnic lunch of cheese, salami, olives, bread, chocolate and wine and ate at our apartment overlooking the sea. We walked around the small town which consisted of one main drag, a town square and the Old Town which has been deserted for decades. We did find ...
... yours so they can hurl rocks down on you!! And so on. Sounds silly but this was serious stuff. If you were defeated and survived you and your extended family were quite likely to be sold into slavery. The towers are mostly ruins but in some villages they have been restored, presumably as holiday homes. Stop in Thalami for coffee. Lovely village with taverna. Tempted by offer of wild asparagus omelette for very early lunch but opt to press on. South to Areopoli, capital of ...
... on the hour. You can come in your bathing beach-dress or in a smart afternoon skirt and T-shirt.
Service is impeccable in every way thanks to Sotiri and the rest of the guys and ladies in the kitchen. Taki the owner is an excellent host but he is not in the kitchen. He is present and in full control of what is taking place in the restaurant.
Judging from what we had, we found prices reasonable contrary to what some people claim.
... O Mikros Piratis” or “Takis” at Limeni. Areopolis is ideal for an afternoon stroll
offering several options of dining. I recommend “Paradosiako to
Mavromichaleiko”. Don’t miss visiting Vathia, the Caves of Diros, Gerolimenas,
Gythion and Cape Tenaron. These are my Top Pick. Athens is approximately 350 km
from here, and just 80 km from Sparta. Gythio is only a 30 minute drive and
Areopolis just 10.