Best Western Hotel Rozos
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the most amazing labyrinth of caves with white, yellow and gray stalactites. This river is supposed to be the River Styx. The passages were so low that we had to bend forward in the boat to avoid bumping our heads. After about a 20 minute boat ride, we got out and walked through even more beautiful caves until we saw daylight again. It was so cold in the cave, it felt like natural air conditioning. The coolness was welcome on such ...
... 8221; before heading off to the actual
archaeological site. Mycenae was definitely one of the better archaeological
sites. There we got to see the Lion’s Gate and Tholos Tombs (things we've studied in class) as well as see a great scenery. Sitting at the site listening
to the lectures of Dr. Hatlie, Dr. Freni, and Ryan Reedy (who gave us a talk on
Heinrich Schliemann) was much easier with ...
Eventually the winds decreased and we were able to leave Mykanos and head west towards the Saronic Gulf and the Corinth Canal. After stopping off in Finikas, Nisos Siros and Loutra on Nisos Kythnos we crossed to mainland Greece and the harbour of Lavrion after calling in to Olympic Marina for fuel.
The harbour of Loutra is very small with a shallow entrance but is very popular ...
This morning, we left Hydra around 9:00a.m.. In fact all the boats that were crowding us out of our once roomy spot -- were also leaving..... Entering the Saronic Gulf, it was very windy, but the wave action did not reflect the force of the wind, which is a good thing. Once just outside of Poros, the water calmed, and we slowly made our way into the very green, harbor area of the island of Poros. This terrane reminds me very much of the water, and greenness of Washington ...
... light. During the night the northerly wind got up and was now was pushing waves right up against the sugar scoop transom of Orca and this made a relentless constant thumping so neither of us slept very much at all. The next day we, with the help of Jonathon turned Orca around on the jetty to face into the northerly. The next night we both slept very well.
The wind from the north is gusty as it has been for the past three days, the sun ...