Eden Beach-Plaka Hotel Drepanon Nafplion
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... but I've seen enough 'antiquity'...I just wanted to hang out in town here. It's a beautiful sunny,warm day - and shops open despite it being Easter Sunday. And the open air cafes are festive with music and lots of Internet access.
A few pics...a brief look at this lovely place.Tomorrow ..onto Messina, ...
... holding Orca from touching another boat at the bow, we were stuck; there was no other option but to get my diving gear on and go under to try to untangle the rope from our prop. Meanwhile Kathie had tied ropes to hold us in position without causing or sustaining any damage.
My diving skills have improved quite a lot since buying Orca, but even so it took many sustained dives using all my strength to finally free our prop and release us.
After finally ...
... 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 ...
... rock through the isthmus that measures 70 feet wide and 4 miles long. Because of its small size, it has very little economic importance, and only small tourist ship traffic use it.
Although the history of the planned canal goes back to the 7th century, construction began in 1881 and completed in 1893.