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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 …
... tasty but the cheese was a direct contrast and was super salty. Even the table next to us who had ordered the same thing made the same comment I couldn't finish it as I think eating the few pieces I did, replenished my salt level for the past few weeks of sweating! Back on the boat, I found a lounge chair in my favourite spot which surprisingly was on the calm side of the boat (the other side was super windy) on deck 11. A little out of the way and eyes of most passengers so I ...
... her body buring and threw herself into this fountain.
Inside the museum there of many of the items discovered during the excavations, dating from Mycenaean period, 13th century BC.
Many of the statues are without heads. Apparently the Romans bulk made statues and then customised the heads. This caused the odd anomaly, an old senators head on an athletes body!!
The museum also has a record of the existence of any ancient Jewish Synagogue.
Ancient Corinth was a thriving ...
... on a hill close to the inlet of the sea and you can view the whole valley north west and across to Nafplion over the inlet south east and north east towards the mountains between this area and Corinth. Great views. There is not much left inside the castle but the walls seem to have lasted the time since they were built in Byzantine times, if not earlier…
We talked to a nice Englishman at the castle who said he'd just come from Mycenae ...