Best Western Hotel Rozos
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... went straight on to our night stop Nafplion, a lovely Venetian town on the sea. We walked the town after we checked in to Hotel Agemmenon which had an interesting sea side view and a bit of a hostel feel but it fit the bill for one night. We ate at the harbor overlooking the Venetian stronghold in the middle of the bay. We went to bed early because we (I) had 999 steps to climb in the morning to the Venetian cliff top ...
... a small section of pebbles that constitutes a beach. A few people but not crowded. The water was fantastic. Warm, wavy and extremely salty but a great way to relax and cool off. Up to the bar for a couple of drinks and then back to the hotel to clean up and into town for dinner. Delicious. The Greeks do an Italian tiramisu divinely.
on the balcony now finishing off with a Heinekin and more
Finally drove through some magnificent mountain scenery to Nafplio. We had been told about free camping on the quay and so took our place with about 7 other Motorhomes, feet from the water's edge, and admired the magnificent view -18th century Palamidi Fortress, another, smaller fortress and the old town. Had dinner then strolled across the quay for coffee and desert. Rocked to sleep by the gentle lapping of the sea against the ...
... around food :)
walking a lot around the alleys and up the hills around Poros so the yummy food we are consuming doesn't become a problem. It will be great when Chris's foot is healed and we also have our bikes here.
Also of course there is ample time for relaxing, reading, TV, swimming etc. I just have to remember that it doesn't all need to be done NOW!
It's a lovely way of life it just takes a while to get used to it ...
... Patrons would come and offer sacrifices, cleanse themselves, and spend the night in the "hospital" where Asclepios would appear to them as a serpent. The priest interpreted the dreams and would recommend treatments. There are over 400 of these healing centers in Greece. The Asclepion has a small museum and excavated ruins of the therapeutic center.
We returned to our hotel for dinner. We will visit Mycenae by bus tomorrow.