Argo Hotel - Studios
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... was about religion and worship, again there were many clay figurines of the Greek gods, a very interesting lead scroll about 10x4cms with a spell written on it on the occasion of someone's marriage. The agora came next (workshops and business street), there were all sorts if storage jars, measuring weights gold rings designed as seals, coins made from, gold, silver and bronze, pens and writing implements a massive collection. The final part of the exhibit was the finds from the ...
... Catcher we had a very late lunch and then drove back to Pella to camp for the night, ready for our visit to the museum in the morning. By the time we had parked close to the archeological site there was only enough time to give Logan a walk before it got dark. There are a pack of dogs that seem to live at the site, they are quite friendly but one barks at everything, Les gave it the umbrella treatment to shoo it off, worked a ...
We walked along the beach for a while before driving to Ktima Gerovassilliou, a must see winery which enjoys a spectacular setting overlooking the sea and on a clear day(which today isn't) Mt Olympus is visible. We left the beach and followed a track, one of Les's short cuts! It went into a disused camping site, we drove around and couldn't find a way out! Back the way we came we exited the beach along the muddy track by which we ...
First job after a slow start was for maintenance to repair the fuse on the inverter, a quick test and yesterday's electrical mistake didn't cause any damage. We packed up and said goodbye to Lynda, the English lady, she can talk for England, we are completely genned up on launderette s on Crete, the places where all the campers congregate and half of her life history! We filled with water and drove to the retail park, a quick call at the DIY shop and then the supermarket. Why oh why ...
... centers, which will hopefully be revealed more fully in the coming years, but for now most of what you can see is the houses containing the mosaics and the grid-like overall layout of the city. I stopped at a local market to grab some water, where the cashier spoke enough English to have a conversation with me about some of the things that had been found at the site (and it sounded like he had worked at the site intermittently), and then found my way back down the Street ...