Apollo Beach Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... halfway up the fortress staircase bright and early just cause I could, downed an espresso at the corner cafe and boarded a bus to Athens refreshed and happy as Larry, ready for an eventful night in the backpackers given Halloween. Although my intention of visiting Nafplio was to visit a never ending list of crumbling foundations, what I clearly needed was a well earned Mediterranean getaway and that was all in all exactly what I got. Sigh, traveling the world can really be ...
... west side of the island. I need the east side to go to Falariki. It was directed to get off at the church and call Dimitri, he will come to pick me up. It was actually quite easy. The one way ticket was €2.20 and I told the bus driver where I wanted to get off. I was really, so I hung out in a really nice bakery and had banana/chocolate ice cream for lunch! I was the only person for riding this afternoon. I ...
... of the Peloponnesian peninsula.
So much for the geography lessons!!
It is quite impressive, completed well before the Panama Canal, now starts the history lesson!
Our next stop is Ancient Corinth.
We pass the Acrocorinth on the way. It is a fortified structure on the highest point of the local area. It times of war, locals sought refuge. We learn that the word "Acropolis" is a general term for a high point, usually fortified.
The ruins are again quite ...
... the local business's are closed, both of those still open, all are willing to reduce their prices before the tourists totally disappear ( read shopping and jewelry here!). Unfortunately we didn't get to see much of the local environs - by the time we had finished lunch and wandered the main street it was time to board the boat to our second destination, the island ...
... at the quay was not turned on but Jonathon had a friend who worked for the town authorities who had turned his power on. Our batteries were full after motoring from Epidavrous but a night with the two fridge freezers consuming power would take them down to a low level by morning. We only have one solar panel installed on Orca at the moment; the other two are still in Dubai as we could not bring them all at the same time. The solar panels put ...