Best Western Hotel Rozos
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... later visited this site of their ancestors. And I followed in their footsteps today. First we went to the museum which has replicas of the grave artifacts (in Athens now) - funeral objects as well as objects of every day life - including tweezers and colander - and tablets of lists with Linear B writing. The entrance to the ruins of the city is through the Lions Gate - my picture does not do it justice. The lions are on the ...
... us know that she imports her mussels from NZ since she thinks they're the best and obviously way better than they little ones they get over that side of the world. She was so nice! She offered to cook Jamie up some chicken soup because she could see how cold she was and also offered to cook some of the mussels up for me but I was dead set on the lamb chops (after the dolmades and aubergine dip of course). Jamie had wild rabbit stew in the end which also worked well in warming her up. ...
Today we rented a car and drove through downtown Athens to escape to the Greek countryside. We only got lost a few times and honked at a few more times. The drive took 2 hours to Nafplion and it was worth the effort. Nafplion is a pretty resort town and is an escape for the wealthy Athenians. Our hotel is an old home that has been converted into a 5 room hotel. The owner welcomed us at the door, parked our car, carried our luggage, and then ...
... and mayonnaise all rolled in toasted pita bread. Kathie and I had tried these in while in Epidavrous and they were delicious. One was all you could eat and only two Euros each.
We strolled slowly back following the foot path alongside the sea and arrived back at Orca to a strong smell of diesel coming from the rear left cabin. On lifting the mattress I saw fuel leaking from around the fitting that holds the fuel cut off lever and a pool ...
... The ruling class inhabited the hilltop palace while artisans and merchants lived outside the city walls. It was abandoned or destroyed in 1200 BC.
The Lion Gate was erected in the 13th century BC when the walls were realigned to enclose Grave Circle A. Grave Circle A, 16th century BC, contained six royal family graves containing 19 bodies and 31 pounds of gold funeral items including what is called the mask of Agamemnon. It ...