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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 ...
... 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 ...
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 ...
... the Great to wait for the bus back to Thessaloniki. As I'm trying to cram as many gyros as I can into my system before I head back to Turkey tomorrow, I stopped at one more gyro place in Thessaloniki and ordered the "everything" gyro, which I unwittingly found out includes ketchup and mustard in addition to the traditional toppings. It was strangely delicious, but also extremely messy, and I was thankful that I was eating it in the privacy of my hotel room where I could ...