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... BC. It later became the city of Mycenae with a fortified citadel and surrounding settlement. These walls were 13m high and 7m thick and many still exist. The ancient Greeks believed they must have been built by a Cyclops - one of the giants described in the 'Odyssey'.! Me thinks whoever built them must have been mighty strong. The lion gate is impressive as is the back exit with the huge blocks ...
... the stadium, as did many other athletes before me . . . except, of course, that I was fully clothed and instead of running a race, I simply walked back with the others through the gardens to the archeological museum.
The museum had an amazing display of artifacts found at the site itself, including many of the ornaments from the Temple of Zeus. We also saw the head of Hera, statue of Hermes and the helmet of Miltiades, among so many other ...
... a piece of paper in half and singing. I had climbed the 112 steps to the top row and could clearly hear both thanks to it's ancient speakers - ceramic urns under the circular stage. Such amazing technology considering it was built xxxxxx
On to Mycenae and a visit to the Archaeological site and the Tomb of Agamemnon (see photos).
Finally a 2 1/2 hour drive to Olympia through the Central Peloponnese, passed by Tripoli and ...
... St Marks Square, which is no easy feat, dodging masses of gawping tourists and hungry pigeons. I tried to keep up bit lost him somewhere in St Marks. Luckily I saw him as he was sprinting back with his bag this time! We made it to our gondola and relaxed for an excellent ride through the Grand Canal and some of the tiny waterways. Our guide gave us a good overview of life in Venice. We loved it! Then it was back to the ship to set sail for our next destination - Katakalon ...
... begging and we saw children approaching other vehicles at the traffic lights. There have been a lot of beggars around southern Europe - we have been told by many sources that the beggars are " professional beggars " from Romania and other parts of Eastern Europe , who have come to warmer climes in winter . But this was in another league. When we arrived at the campsite after the big shop, the owner of the site told us that the beggars ...