Akti Taygetos Resort
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Travel Blogs from Kalamata
... to arrive. In that time, Dad and I returned to the hotel where we packed our suitcases and checked out. I ran into the Argeroploses in the lobby and our fun began there.
Driving to Monemvasia took about 4 hours. Mom enjoyed this kind of driving because the roads were curvy, she could drive quickly, and she got to pass many cars (sometimes 4 at a time while following Mr. Argeroplos!). For Dad and me, the ride ...
... on and every now and then I could hear clapping as well. Unfortunately while we were there the upper town was closed for restoration projects. Kevin, however, got the opportunity to explore around a little. The ruins include a church which had the typical red tiled roof that we have seen in a lot of Greek towns. After all that hiking and walking we were ready for dinner. We went to one restaurant that had a nice balcony, but there were no balcony ...
Barb: We packed and checked out of our hotel. We had to pay in cash but getting money from ATMs has not been a problem. Nafplio is also very safe! We got our bus tickets but since there is no direct line from Nafplio to Kalamata, we must travel to Isthmos (the canal) again first but then we can travel on a speedy highway instead of through the mountains. We ate a rushed breakfast at a cafe ...
... dill. We had two glasses of wine and talked about his corporate career....he was a mining engineer and he worked for a mining firm with gold in the name, he ended being the Vice President. We talked politics, presidential hopefuls, greek politics, children, houses, Idaho, mining, economics and pets. We enjoyed the hell out of ourselves! We hated to say good-bye... This is the reason we love to travel...we found a beautiful old city, walked the streets, ...
... medieval fortress. We really liked the winding pathways and its shops, bakeries and eateries. Our hotel, the New Malvasia, was the last building on the main street. The room looked out on the town with the sea looming down below. This town was amazing nestled in the side of the giant rock with the sea bordering the other side. We had a dinner of beef with feta cheese and tomatoes baked in a ceramic dish and ...