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... deep and narrow canal trying not to get vertigo. Lila had said to watch out for pickpockets so I was quick on and off holding tight to my purse. I keep seeing sesame candy and sticks in stores. I bought some at the rest stop. It was very sweet. Sarah thought a lot like Benay wafers from Charleston. We drive on to Mycenae. Fascinating civilization from 1600 BC with the famous Lions Gate and burial tomb. Artifacts are in Athens Museum that we will be visiting ...
... large and ambitious project, but was finished
within a relatively short period from 1711 until 1714. It is a typical
baroque fortress based on the plans of the engineers Giaxich and
Lasalle. In 1715 it was captured by the Turks and remained under their
control until 1822, when it was captured by the Greeks.
The bastions of the fortress were originally named after the Venetian provveditori. ...
... a live lineup traditional Greek bands that sang their drunken hearts out to classic Greek songs. Everyone was singing, drinking rosť, and preparing to count down. As soon as it was midnight, champagne was popped, glasses clinked, and I observed several fascinating traditions.
First, I saw the mother of the house cut a few pomegranates and place them onto a tray. Then I saw her open the front door and put a horseshoe in the entryway. The woman’s son, Dimitris, went ...
... with a different bus station and unmarked bus stops. Tickets can be bought at staffed wickets, automatic dispensers (in Greek script) or on the bus... but you don't know which method is the "right" one and there aren't any info people to help you out! We quickly learned to rely on experienced fellow travelers for advice! It felt like we spent more time trying to buy tickets ...
Although I often visit Corinth, it is usually fairly late in the day when I arrive, and I leave early next day. Having made the relatively short journey from Kyparissia in the morning, I had an entire afternoon to explore Corinth and I was in the mood for walking. I regularly walk by the harbour and past the port, but after that, the road is less obvious and I turn to walk into the town.
Thus it was that when ...