Hotel Cecil Sparta
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... fortified hill of Myzithra. From 1262, during the time the Byzantines became the rulers of Mystras, a huge period of growth began for this medieval fortress town. Settlers from the surrounding plains sought refuge here, the hill side soon filled with houses, mansions, palaces, churches and monasteries all protected by ...
... and my passengers were not… taking breaths, they were getting very upset at the route. We added about an hour to the suggested time of arrival Joffrey had predicted, but we got to Sparta in one piece and found the hotel. We settled into the hotel and I suggested we go for a drive to Mystras, which is only 4km from Sparta, it is supposed to be a very old castle and worth the look. We head into the hills a little bit when the passengers ...
... from Greece but Europe as well. I wish I
had others around whom I could follow on one of the two trails that I mentioned
in the previous entry!
The African sand cannot
keep us indoors so in an attempt to get to the old bridge of the village we get
a wrong direction and reach Polovitsa, another little village in the slopes of
... food it does the job. After breakfast we had a few minutes to walk to the bakeries and markets nearby to buy food for our picnic lunch. I opted for two tirpotas (a cheese filled pastry), pretzel bread, and two juice boxes. After we all had our lunches we were on the bus by 8am and off to Mycenae.
Mycenae is one of the most important archaeological sites in Greece and was home to one of the most important ancient civilizations in history. They were basically the people ...
... always have to have a sheet on the back of the door with that price on there. Now the minimum was 60 euros for that room, and I was paying 20, which is why I couldnt tell anyone. After I had made her understand I didnt drink coffee (she was offering me coffee, with the little english she spoke) and had begun to settle in, she came back with a platter of soup, bread, fresh kalamata olives, pretzl thingies, coke and beer. That was the best thing ever, ...
TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Cecil Sparta
Room with a double bed, private shower and toilet, balcony, neat and clean. Free WIFI downstairs, no fridge in room and no breakfast.
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