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We checked out of our hotel in Nafolio at 9 - just in time to miss the hordes of people from the cruise ship that docked overnight - taxi drivers even slept in their cars to be first in line for the fares. We headed north and west and drove a couple of hours to Sparta/i and Mystras. The militaristic Spartans of the 6th and 5th century BC left no ruins of note - and excavations have only gone down to the Roman era of first century BC. What was there was used in the 13th century AD ...
The past week and a bit has seen us leave behind Albania, a country that continued to surpass any expectations placed upon it and begin our whirlwind journey of Greece. Greece has always been in a way an end point of this year's journey, when we speak to any other travellers it always seemed to end with 'and then eventually to Greece’. Well, now we are here, making it a little scary that our summer travel is coming to an end but exciting to see what this amazing place has to ...
... hotel. With only 7 rooms and run by a friendly educated family, Citta dei Niciliani both feels like a home and a resort. Everything is very tasteful designed and selected (Guy Laroche sheets, Allessi and Bosch kettles). The well traveled family who owns the hotel consists of a dad who is a laid back retired engineer, down to earth mom who is an interior designer and a son who is research physicist of hydrocarbons/sommelier. The dinner was ...
... site with its own oracle and the enormous Temple of Zeus. The Zeus figure inside (long gone) was considered one of the seven wonders of the ancient world. We walked the stadium track, stood on the start line, and looked at the ruins of the 5 star hotel that catered to those wealthy enough not to camp outside the gates.
Just when we think we are getting closer to our next stop, we head up and over the next mountain ...
... Trilogy of Greek dips for €5.50.
Fried local shrimps on fish roe mousse and small herb salad at €10
Souvlaki (kebab) on a pita bread with sliced tomato, onion and tzatziki served with fries cost €9.00.
Fried calamari with smoked aubergine salad €9.50.
There is of course the Dish of the Day which you can ask for.
Desserts vary between €6.00 and €8.00