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Comfortable and clean hotel, friendly staff. Value iffy
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... Temple of Aphaia, and Poseidon's Temple. See it here on the map! We finished our day on the beaches of Aegina, followed by missing the last bus from inland to the harbor, a mad dash to get to the port on time for the last ferry, and confusing our Greek "please"s and "thank you"s, finishing with an exhausted ferry ride home with nothing but gummy bears to sustain us.
... roads are just narrow 2-lane affairs winding through towns and around farms.
The Asclepieion at Epidaurus was the most celebrated healing center of the classical world, the place where ill people went in the hope of being cured. To find out the right cure for their ailments, they spent a night in the enkoimitiria, a big sleeping hall. In their dreams, the god himself would advise them what they had to do to regain their health. Found in the sanctuary, there was a guest ...
... he couldn't find his passport. The next day we were flying back to Belgium so this missing passport created a problem (later on Brady found his passport in his hotel room so it wasn't a problem). Our boat wasn't anything spectacular (it was no cruise ship) but it wasn't bad. We arrived like an hour early so we were able to sit where we wanted on the boat. We all sat on the deck. It took an hour or two to get to our first island. ...
... transported on a "landing craft" with a ramp in the bow that is lowered onto the docks. A Forklift transfers pallets of supplies on the dock, and they’re transported to destination mostly by donkeys.
Our Hotel this time was Hotel Leto and it is one of the best Hotels of the tour. The rooms are quite spacious and comfortable and the bathrooms well appointed with marble floors and a full bathtub. The Hotel was fully renovated in 2007 to resemble ...
... while we at the theater, there was an archaeological dig going on just a few feet away. I don’t know if they had found anything at that point in the dig but it looked like an area where they could have come across some interesting artifacts.
Epidavros is most famously known for its theater but there are also remains of an ancient healing sanctuary. All you see today is rubble all ...