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... of time to go back to my room to grab the right ticket. Okay...that was a bit embarrassing! Good thing it was Bradley and not someone else. The tour was pretty good. It took us up into the hills where a palace and fort once stood. Much of it is in ruins but you could still get up to some of the platforms of the bastions and see the absolutely gorgeous views the soldiers would have seen while they were on lookout. Unlike all the other historical site I've been to on this trip, ...
... 8211; 47 feet wide and 42 feet tall and brings to mind "The Mound" in South Charleston, WV except that you can go inside this one and it’s made of stone and it’s a lot older.
By the way, Marc and I were on our own with Maria for this day as Joe wasn’t feeling great and Phyllis opted to stay back with him. As you may guess prehistoric Mycenaeans may have had wheels but they didn’t ...
... incredibly massive.
Our next stop was supposed to be Tiryns, but because of the rain that kept stopping and starting, it was deemed to be too unsafe. Our next stop, then, was Palamidi castle, back in Nauplio.
This was probably one of my favorite stops of the trip. So many places for me to explore--if you look at all my pictures on facebook, there's a series that are taken as I climb higher and higher up various paths that I could get to. We ...
... and it was time to take to the skies once again. So, with the abiding memory of the ubiquitous orange trees that dot every road and every house in the Peloponnese, we bid goodbye to Greece and headed further west (to Barcelona) before eventually heading south. It was a clear morning in Athens and we could view the entire Peloponnese from the air including the canal that separated it from the mainland.
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... Sea, in time to put our feet in the water and to view the sunset. This was a resort hotel that had been open for about a year. The owner said he built it on the condition that the Greek government would repay him for half of it if he employed 43 people full time; year round. He built it, employed the people, but the Greek government hasn't paid him a dime. He said he was facing possible bankruptcy.