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A bit if washing done and we go to the long awaited museum, we are not disappointed, We watch a video that explains about the ancient town, it was built on the coast, but is now quite a way inland also Alexander the Great was born here, it was destroyed by an earthquake in early 1st century BC. The first exhibits are the gold wreaths from the tombs.There is a kings one made in the style if oak leaves and acorns and a royal female one made in the style of myrtle leaves. The gold used is ...
This morning we are going to put our hanging around waiting for the museum to open day to good use. We drove to Giannitsa a small town about half an hour away, the road there passed mostly through industrial sites, with fingerposts to other archaeologic sites, of which there are many in this area. We found a parking place in the town and set off to the 'Internet top up' shop, we had passed it on the way in, so we knew where to ...
... made in stainless steel vats and then matured in oak casks, however they do make some in oak vats fir a more expensive market. From the production room we went to the storage area, rows of barrels were stacked on their sides, once a week the bungs are removed and the sediment is mixed around the liquid to improve the flavour. It is then bottled using Portuguese cork, which is the best, however the British market expects screw tops, ...
First job after a slow start was for maintenance to repair the fuse on the inverter, a quick test and yesterday's electrical mistake didn't cause any damage. We packed up and said goodbye to Lynda, the English lady, she can talk for England, we are completely genned up on launderette s on Crete, the places where all the campers congregate and half of her life history! We filled with water and drove to the retail park, a quick call at the DIY shop and then the supermarket. Why oh why ...
... lot of gold and other precious materials suitable for a wealthy burial. Unfortunately, the grave monument that I was looking for wasn't on display, but I was able to get a sense of what other burials there were in Pella and the locations of the various cemeteries, which will be helpful for my project as well.
After I finished at the museum, I walked further up the hill to the site of the royal palace. There wasn't much to see here, as the buildings have been covered ...