Hotel Argo Anita
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... the slippery marble stairs. Thankfully Toby assisted me all the way down. I was very nervous about falling and breaking my hip! The last stop was in a touristic location in the city for a souvenir stop. We used our hour to utilise the free WiFi at a cafe.
When we were back aboard we went to the gym and then to the buffet to make a sandwich. Afterwards we relaxed back in our cabin admiring the view of the life boats and imagining what the view of the Greek islands ...
... but when pulling your bag and carrying your back pack, it was a bit of a trying walk from the station to the hotel, especially since the quality or existence at all of sidewalks could not be counted on. Our first trip to the hotel from the metro station was the toughest because we did not know the best path. Once we knew the route we should take, it was still a minor trek but a bit more manageable.
After checking in and dropping off our bags we went ...
... the enormous size of the temple which would have been the size of 96 x 40 meters.
The arch, built of Pentelic marble, bears two inscriptions. The one on the side facing the Acropolis reads - This is Athens, the ancient city of Theseus - while the other, on the side facing the sanctuary and the extension of the city by Hadrian, reads - This is the city of
Hadrian and not of Theseus. Truly, this is a masterpiece of ancient Greek architecture.
... quite proud to say that in the entire trip I paid ZERO foreign transaction fees, interest or ATM fees on our fantastic 28 degrees credit card!! Thanks Michael for the recommendation!!
Highlights of our trip for me were Gimmelwald, Colmar, the Rhine river, Santorini, Croatian islands, Bavaria, camping in UK and our desert stay in Morocco.
My favourite places were definitely the small towns in the countryside and islands - I've come to realize ...
... became the Leader of the Greek war of Independence (1821).
The people here in Mani are proud and they surely have a reason to be. This freedom loving spirit is seen alive in the entire region.
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***The coming days I am staying at two historic towers whose owners are the ancestors of the Great Leader Petrobei ...