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... and Titus singing together. After we checked
out the theater we walked past the healing center on the way to the exit. They
give us a lot of time at these archaeological sites, but after so many I can
only re-imagine the city or area so much when most of what you see is the
foundation rocks. We left Epidauros and headed to the ancient town of Mycenae.
There we had lunch at ...
... filling was the same if not better because of the fresh cheese. It was yummy! Thank goodness it was a good sized pie! I had time to savour it. Since there wasn't much else to do in town, I headed back towards the port area to look for the tender boats. On my way, I bumped into Simonit so decided to sit and have a drink at one of the many cafés along the boardwalk. Since they had fried cheese on their menu, I decided to try it out along with a glass of sweet wine. The wine ...
... 8211; 47 feet wide and 42 feet tall and brings to mind "The Mound" in South Charleston, WV except that you can go inside this one and it’s made of stone and it’s a lot older.
By the way, Marc and I were on our own with Maria for this day as Joe wasn’t feeling great and Phyllis opted to stay back with him. As you may guess prehistoric Mycenaeans may have had wheels but they didn’t ...
... a short amount of time listening to Tom before taking a few group photos and then splitting up. I crawled, climbed, and jumped all around the site. It was great! The views were beautiful, and the rain stopped for our trip there. We had the option to take the stairs back down to the town, or ride the bus. Though the stairs would've been fun to do, I wasn't so sure about walking down 850+ stairs that were still slick from the morning's rain.
We had lunch at ...
... and mmmm those chandliers, this place reminded me of a palace. We pack our car and went the Akronafplia fortress and took some photos of the views of Nafplio. We then drove up to the bigger fortress, the Palamidi fortress which was built by the Venetians in 1711 and is considered a brilliant design for military architecture. We had a look around, its pretty ************ly anyone around so it was pretty cool. We say goodbye to Nafplio, a town we liked a ...