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... on bench looking over the Argolic Gulf. Cute town surrounded by 3 old fortresses that they light up at night. We staying at Amalia Hotel. Our rooms are very basic and have funny smell. Like big time Frebreeze or cleaning product. As we were leaving our rooms the smell in hall was weird mixture of dinner and cleaning products. A couple on the tour asked us what that weird smell was? I said "dinner" and we busted out laughing. Sarah and I cruised the dinner ...
... sake. Dinner was served on little tables on the grass, nestled between olive trees, overlooking the acres of olive plantations. We were speechless. A wedding present from Jenny and Uwe that was enjoyed and will be remembered. The location was in Olympia. A must see spot when visiting Greece and we have been fortunate enough to have had the opportunity. Olympia, the home of the Olympic Games, the most famous games in history.They began in 776 BC and were held here ...
... an almighty storm hit, taking both us and the locals by surprise. Of course the obvious thing to do in the face of such adversity was have an early lunch (and a glass of wine) and wait for it to pass. Hydra is a picturesque town that does not permit cars or motorbikes, with the main form of transportation being donkeys. It is nearly the end of the season here and the ...
... was later converted to a fortress in the medieval ages. It's the oldest fort in the Peloponnese and has been occupied by several ruling armies who all added buildings, churches and mosques to reflect their culture. It reminded me of scenes from Lord of the Rings - truly an amazing site whose view rivaled Masada. After being worn out from the hike we took a cab into ancient Corinth to see the ruins of the once ...
... the town and along by the harbour where there are a few tavernas and restaurants. I ate at one opposite the port - a hearty meal, as my salad was quickly augmented by various extras including a desert.
I looked for signs of the recession in Greece. Yes there were some shops empty, and many places advertised for rent, but that is often the case out of season. ...