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... 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 ...
... Sparti) and check it out. We had heard that there wasn't much to there, but that the nearby town of Mystras had a neat ancient site. I agree that there isn't much in Sparti. The only ruins there are actually roman ruins and you can also see a statue of King Leonidas. We had lunch in Sparti before we left with a guy and girl who were also travelers. They were headed back to Athens by bus. They had wanted to go to Mystras but there were no buses going there ...
... strawberry cheesecake (best desert of trip). Free famous orange juice. Walked to "lighthouse" past wild flowers. Later tasted white wine and honey wine (Edodimopolio Honey Shop). Walked causeway back to town. Olive oil tasting with Colin.
Group Dinner at Skorpios Taverna (Restaurant). Swordfish, salad, eggplant, apples with honey. J had Retsina (tar wine)
... uploaded photos quickly at a tavern on shore (free wifi!) and then headed back across the land bridge to the island and to the new town. The water here is the most beautiful color of blue/green. According to a local, the temperature is 17C. So, Dallas, if you are reading this, what is that in Fahrenheit? We chose not to test those waters! To our delight we rounded the corner and sure enough, this little town is a walled city from the Byzantine time and ...
... 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 ...