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comfortable, clean, great view
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... residences for the rulers - but today all was in ruins or in the process of restoration when funds allow. The site is high on a hill and it was a lovely walk from the top down, meandering the rocky paths and through the stone ruins. We had the same guide as to Mycenae - he is the son of a Greek Orthodox priest - so he gave a lot of religious interpretation of the frescoes - which led to a discussion at our lunch about the parents of Mary - and the difference between ...
After an emotional time on the beach as Laura struggled to pull herself together after an extremely teary end to a book (I am still not allowed to mentioned characters names without fear of an imminent breakdown) we travelled a little further down the Albanian coastline to Ksamil. Ksamil is Albania’s beach party town from June to August. Although, at the end of September, it recoils into a sleepy strip of illegally built beach bars and discos lining crystal ...
... repertoire) and another group of the cats that seem to litter all of Greece and deter Marc at every stop. After a wander through the museum, we were on our way again and just in time to catch a beautiful sunset overlooking the Gulf of Corinth. We wound our way around the coast and over the Rio-Antirio bridge to Hotel Poseidon in Patras. It was astoundingly cheap for the nice rooms and amazing breakfast setting overlooking the pool and sea. We decided ...
... eye to avert evil bobbing about on the sparkling, inky-blue waters of the marina just added to the joie de vivre! It just generally seems to be a nicely situated place with pleasant surroundings. Somewhere to get away from the hustle and bustle of the ‘real world’.
Walking back to the quay to pick up the tender, we noticed a few restaurants that had octopus’s tentacles hanging from a rack drying out in the sun. This is a mystery I never got to ...
... town of Limephi where we had Barbouni (Red Mullet). We crossed over the Mani to the Laconian Gulf ending up in the town of Gythion. Historically, this was Sparta's seaport. According to Greek mythology, this was the rendezvous place of Helen and Paris. Quote of the day: "If you look like your passport photo, you're too ill to travel." Will ...