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Arrived in Rome via another lovely Italo Train. It was first class travel with complimentary wifi and drinks and comfortable reclining seats. Our lodgings for the first night were not to our liking and we changed for the next two nights. Unfortunately this took away some sightseeing time for us. However, Rome seems to be a place where you can walk from site to site ...
... is where the administration of the city was done and the noble families lived. The area looks small from the bottom but is both larger and flatter than we expected. The best preserved building is the Agia Sophia but not open as it is still being restored. We hiked up and around the top of the rock and were treated to spectacular views of both the coast and the surrounding mountains.
The whole island is ...
... He sits at our door waiting for us to come out. The town is a bit rundown, we drove to the end of the peninsula some beautiful homes and private small beaches. Visited an old church built in an archeological site. We had a tourist day and drove to the other side of the peninsula to a town called Monemvasia. The town was a naval station of King Minos during the Creatan prehistoric period. There is a medieval ...
Monemavasia (meaning 'single entrance') is located on an island that was separated from the mainland by an earthquake in 375 AD. It was the site of a medieval fortress and is connected to the mainland by a 200 meter causeway. Our view of 'The Rock' was from a hotel on the mainland. It was a small family run hotel on the main street, with a small grocery store below it, run also by the same family and who sell the vegetables from their own farm ...
... buildings and mythical beasts, is believed to be at least 70 km long, with more than 2,800 waterways. Lucky for us, we visited on the day they opened for the season and were able to take a boat tour. Only two other people and us in a very shallow flat bottom boat guided by a man using a pole to push it along. Our keyhole life vests were a bit suspect, but the water ...
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