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So for our last day before heading for the ferry at Igoumenitsa, we went to visit Nafpaktos castle. It's pretty well preserved in terms of walls to walk around, and in it's time the walls came down to the harbour in the town. Today there is a gap in the middle, you can still see the walls at the port but the town has now spread and the old ...
... ruled from here in 1830, but was assassinated in 1831 outside a
church in the city because of reforms he was making that were unpopular with
some. The capital moved to Athens with the new Governor in 1833 we were told.
The town now has 15000 people and its Acropolis is 3600 years old. It was
explained that Acropolis meant high (acro) (polis). ‘The Acropolis’ is the one
in Athens, but historically all towns had them for protection. The guide ...
... the stadium is located.
1330 We don't have time to go down to see the other two sites.Enough piles of rocks for one day we head down and work our way
into town again to have an ice cold beer. The bus is scheduled to arrive at 1500.
After the 30 min. ride back into Itea we go into the bus station to buy our ticket back. We are informed the bus is at 1645 which
means we have a 1 hour wait,not expected. ...
... horribly wrong.
So what will happen tomorrow when they vote to either to stay in the Euro and accept the austerity measures attached, or go back to the Drachma? It is anyone’s guess. The far right want to stay in and the neo-nazi left want to go it alone. Strikes me that most Greeks are between a rock and a hard place. I picked up a Greek English language newspaper on the plane to Brussels and the editorial was very moving and emotional. It begged the ...
... size adapter. He rang the local gas company and they will do it but we need to leave it with him for 4 days, this doesn’t really fit in with our travel arrangements at present. Let’s see how long it lasts.
We had a spot of lunch at a local tavern on the beach front where we stayed, this isn’t a town so has no name as it were. It is right on the beach and is popular with the locals. We met a German lady and Greek man today who spend ...