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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... br> years. At first a road was in place so that either ships could be dragged the
6.3 km or, more often, ships were unloaded at one port, there contents carted
over and reloaded at the other port, especially when sea conditions were rough.
Nero had set 6000 slaves to try to form a canal but it was abandoned when he
The canal is only 8m wide but there is no thought of
widening it both because of the relative instability of the earth through which
... items, honey, handicrafts and sponges amid all the evil eye amulets. Great cafes line the water front, so sipping a Stella and water for Emma we take advantage of free wifi and check up with home. Very peaceful place, another plus on the side of Greek islands as vacation spots....the beautiful Aegean Sea, houses on the hillside, flowers blooming, even the clip clop of horses pulling wagons. Back aboard we chit ...
... and enjoy the day watching
the owners of all the small boats coming and going,
WE have a man and his son fishing behind us and the couple on the boat behind have been fishing for 2 days and either have
caught a thing.
Lots of yucky jelly things floating around so I won't be going in here. The beach is a good 20 min walk but it's way to hot for that.
The usual 1300 hr naps are a must, getting up at before 8 and ...
The ferry was at 8 in the evening, and I did toy with the idea of taking a day-trip out of town to Ostunia, a fabled "White Town" an hour away by train, but because of my bad experiences with Italian trains I was concerned about getting stranded, so decided to stay in the hotel for the day. It cost an extra €20 to check out at 6 o'clock, but was a wise ...
Nafpactos is a city that is 2.5 hours out of Athens. It was an extremely scenic drive along the coast of the sea with mountians on either sides. The pictures really don't do it any justice. On our way there, we decided to stop in a small town that was close to the halfway point. It was right on the sea with the blue blue water. It felt like a dolphin should be jumping out of the water sometime soon. We did a quick walk of the board walk, ...