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TravelPod Member ReviewsAtheaton Guesthouse Nauplion
A sad beginning to accom in Greece. Let's hope it's all up from here. The sheets don't fit the bed-too small and that's the story for this room too small and no view. But it was clean. And welcome to Greece hotels no tea n coffee facility. That means no tea!
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Mems so far Abu Dhabi airport every culture, tribe race and costume gather, just like Sunday afternoon at Maroubra beach. Feel right at home. Cross over the Sinai desert at 6000m, staying well south of the war zones and any stray rockets. Barren and bare, hardly worth a 6 Day war Athens depressing and rundown, derelict buildings and chaotic. Bus …
Our first location in Greece Nafplio is a two hour bus ride from Athens. It has a fortress on the town hill called the Fortress of Palamadi built between 1711 and 1715. The town claims it's 999 steps to the top, I counted 1098. Any way it's our first pay to see site. I love all the stone and there are beautiful blue flowers/weeds? that grow …
... more gyros (and icecream…). We checked out a couple more
souvenir shops and walked around a bit before heading back to the hotel. It’s
been a long day (and there have been a lot of long days in a row….) so it’s Καληνύ 67;τα
και φιλιά από το Ναύπλι ...
... we were set free to enjoy the gorgeous sleepy little seaside town. A political rally taking place shattered the peace somewhat. Politicians seem to sound the same no matter what language they are shouting through their loud hailers. Mind you they have a lot to shout about here.
Back on board for 11pm departure for overnight sail to Nafplio, OMG what a stunning place to wake up ...
... there without too much trouble. When I got there I found another tourist couple who were curious like I was how we would get home as it seemed buses weren't as common on the weekend. We asked a few questions then went in for a look.
They were retired teachers from the UK which I found out later. We had a look round at this very famous historical place which is also used as a place for performances still these days. They tried to listen in on other ...