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... of the world, which explained all the fresh-squeezed orange juice that we were served every morning. Mystras became relatively prosperous after 1261, compared to the rest of the empire. Under the despot, Theodore Palaiologos, Lord of Morea, it became the second most important city in the empire after Constantinople, and William II's palace became the second residence of the emperors. The ...
... a completely different direction from another young man. It was still a futile exercise in path finding. After we were able to finally get Marc's phone charged with a bit of Mophie juice we found our way to the car rental shop. In true amazing race style, we ditched the car, ran to the metro, changed trains to jump on the metro bound for the airport and crossed our fingers. We arrived just 50 minutes before our flight only to find out that our ticket ...
... had room # 205. Contemporary interior, tastefully decorated and furnished with simple lines and earthly colors. Nicely furnished apartments with the majority of them enjoying sea views. Our room overlooked the swimming pool, part of the harbor and the wavy rocky coast.
Beds are the coco-mat brand, offering a touch of luxury and a guarantee of a restful sleep. Instead of a double bed ours were two singles but we did not mind that much. ...
... revolt! But we get to the second gate of the castle and stop to admire the castle perched on its hill top. It is the first real castle we have seen and it is a very nice spot for a castle. We haven’t time to go into it so we admire it and the view across Sparta.
We had a nice meal in Sparta incidentally, our first gyros of the trip! Although we had a shared plate, it was pretty bloody good! During the night, the storm rolled ...
... furniture in simple lines, paintings that add charm on the stone walls, and sturdy coffee tables all around with books and leaflets to look through as you enjoy the fireplace, a glass of wine or simply a cup of coffee.
A cozy atmosphere no matter what season you come here. The thick stone walls prevent heat from coming in, thus keeping the place cool. During winter the walls keep the interior warm. Taleton keeps the traditional character of a ...