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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 ...
... Catcher we had a very late lunch and then drove back to Pella to camp for the night, ready for our visit to the museum in the morning. By the time we had parked close to the archeological site there was only enough time to give Logan a walk before it got dark. There are a pack of dogs that seem to live at the site, they are quite friendly but one barks at everything, Les gave it the umbrella treatment to shoo it off, worked a ...
... his first vines in the early 80's he chose a vine that was traditionally Greek but almost extinct. His empire has grown considerably, he has a winery in California and another one in Greece. Next we went to the processing plant, all the grapes are picked by hand and processed on site, they make red and white wines which have won many international awards and one year was rated 8th best wine in the world for that year. Most if the ...
... believe the size of the Mosquitos here, we'll be keeping the windows tightly shut. Les brave the 'pesky blighters' and took Logan for a walk, I am not that brave! The beach has a few fishermen on it and an enclosure where there must be some farmed fish. In the bushes in front if us there are lots of small birds we think they are Cirl Buntings. The washing that we did yesterday is still hanging around us as we sit in what feels like a Chinese laundry for the evening. We need some ...
... able to see these both in the museum and at the archaeological site is a rare treat. I've used the mosaics in some of the classes that I've taught before, but I have to say that they are much more impressive in person. The mosaics help make clear that the residents of this area were quite wealthy, as befitting the royal capital of one of the most successful dynasties in history. There are also some very interesting finds from the tombs of the area on display, which ...