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... bus driver had a required break - also nice for us.). Nafpaktos was conquered over and over, since all sea going powers wanted its location guarding the Gulf - and also a strategic harbor. During the Venetian occupation they closed the port with chains across it. We then continued driving along the coast to our lunch spot, charming village of Galaxidi - or galaxy. Gala means milk. Greek myth has it that Zeus let his son Heracles (by mortal Alceme) suckle at his goddess ...
... on past the presidential residence and through the national gardens as we attempted to find parliament on the other side. We never made it to Parliament. We ended up walking in a circle and coming back out where the presidential residence was. It just so happened at this time, the guards out front were changing positions. THIS was very interesting to watch. They did the strangest walk (it looked to be out of Monty Python) which took them between ...
... disgusting). We did eventually make it to the rooftop, which was beautiful, but the highlight was definitely watching Seb drop his plastic bottle of Rosé from the freezer and proceed to hit his head on the freezer door on his was back up. That, and watching a drunk Isabel try to master "thank you" in Greek to multiple locals who undoubtedly thought she was crazy and bad at Greek. Getting trains home was less fun but we made it with no ...
... by, looking at us and I waved with a kindly Γεια σας (hello) which she returned in kind.
People watching is a major part of any vacation. It is always exciting to see how people live in different countries. Thus far I have gathered a few tidbits about life a as a modern day Athenians. First of all, if you are a man, you need an epic beard (score one for Noah). Beards here are way more prevalent than they are in the (generally) ...
... say we have now bought enough that we had to purchase a duffel bag. Don’t tell Tim.
We went back to the hotel for a while rather than attempting to see another attraction or museum although there was lot more we could have seen.
For dinner we found a restaurant with outdoor seating near our hotel where we sat for about three hours eating, drinking wine and people watching before we called it a ...