Eden Beach-Plaka Hotel Drepanon Nafplion
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- Swimming pool
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... 776BC and the connected temple complex with phenomenal. The site was complete with intact mosaic floors, grandstands and gyms. An unfortunately timed earthquake toppled some of what would have been the more amazing temples but did not take away from the site as a whole. A couple of Gyros later we made it to Patra. The port here just chaos, nothing else. Cars, vans, scooter, trucks all flying each and everyway ...
... I took several photos there as you can imagine... Some of The Doctor at The Parthenon .... This very official looking lady came up to me, waving her arms and saying, no photos of toys.... ( They have a rule for that? Must have been a slow rule making day when they came up with that one. ) Anyway she made me delete the photo... And watched while I did it. Luckily enough, he's a time traveller... We just came back when she'd gone... (Or I had taken some other photos ...
At 06.00 the ferry pulled into Igouminitsa and we witnessed the sun rise. Most of the people got off here so there were more seats open and we were able to lie down and try to catch up on some much needed sleep. Around 13.15 we finally came into Patras harbour. After a quick taxi ride we were at our hotel which is opposite the old port which is still in use. . On our way here we thought we were driving through the worst part of Woodstock as the ...
... of this name: Agamemnon, king of Mycenae, led the amassed Greek armies to Troy in pursuit of the beautiful Helen. Now tourists flock to see the ruins of the Mycenaean palace and the fortress below.
Touring the ruins, we learned that the Mycenaeans were the ancient Greeks' ancient Greeks. As we entered the colossal Lion's Gate, Dad wondered if philosophers like Plato or Socrates had visited this very site - ...
... Napflio the GPS managed to take us through some ridiculously small and windy street which was a bi nerve-racking and we discovered that there are no campsite in Napflio itself. We therefore has to head 4 km down the coast to Drepano and to Camping New Triton where we met the delightful Mr and Mrs Christopolos who told us that we were welcome to stay but that the boiler needed fixing and there was no hot water - they ...