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... mullet ( delicious and recommended by waiter) then 2 whole grilled Dorado, white bream, served with that fabulous olive oil and lemon sauce again. We ate every bite and enjoyed. We justified the splurge cause we have to eat hotel food for next two nights. Back to hotel for "digestive" then off the bed after texting with Grant about his tennis tournament today. Found out later in the trip that the bad smell at hotel was the olive production plant near by. Not a good ...
The friendly Zoto brothers who ran the hotel in Nafplio, served us breakfast of
Greek yogurt with honey, fresh squeezed orange juice, hard boiled eggs, rice
pudding and a variety of breads. Cheese pie is a specialty, which is similar to
chess cake squares, but not as sweet.
... the whole "getting out of a major airport driving on the right (well OK maybe it's the right hand side of the road but it's oh so wrong I every other way!) side of the road" etc......so we get in the car and plug in Jane, our ever so helpful Tom Tom girl we'd used in England, only to discover she didn't know Greek.....well actually she didn't know
GREECE ..... there were all sorts of countries there - she knew Croatia and Andorra for heaven's sake but not the one we ...
... 8217; grandparents’ farm 20 minutes outside of Nafplio for a big New Year’s lunch. We ate cabbage, tomatoes, cheese, olive oil, chicken, eggs, potatoes, and lemons. Everything was plucked, washed, and prepared fresh for this meal. We also ate two cakes, and watched as Vatistas’ little cousin, Maria, freaked out when she found the coin (called the floo-REE in Greek).
One of Vatistas’ other cousins, a young teenager, was shy about practicing her ...
... all doing different things – it is a bit Greek Chaos but it seemed to work really well. We got our bus and we off in good time. It is half empty so we are able to spread our things out a bit. YAY!!
First stop was the Corinth Canal after around 2 hours driving from Athens. It was supposed to be a bit of a marvel of engineering but I was just thinking it looked like a really deep ditch. From memory it was about ...