Hotel Petit Palais
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... 8211; wasps everywhere. Also some extremely large ones, the things nightmares of made of!
We set back into old town Navplion for dinner, hoping to view the Folklore Museum beforehand which held period costume & textiles. Unfortunately it was closed, so we would have to come another day. We had a great meal before settling in for an early night, as we were to set off for a day trip tomorrow to Olympia.
We had not refueled Orca at all and had by our estimation run the motor for some 15 hours, yet the fuel gauge's indicated full. Something was not right, so we decided to call the refueling man and top up, this would tell us if we had a problem. Two men arrived some thirty minutes later with a small tank on the back of a pickup truck. No matter how many times I asked "How much per liter" they ignored me and continued to rollout hoses and hand start the pump. I gave up ...
We return home with full batteries and nice memories.
I hope the ones who had been following my pages did enjoy the tour to this amazing Thermal city and the round area. It is indeed an interesting destination and the reason I picked to come here in the first place.
The coming ...
LOUTRAKI – now and in the past!
I picked to visit Loutraki this time as my next destination and one of the reasons is because it is another well known city for its vast natural springs and therapeutic Spas like the one I visited some months back. For those of you who follow my Guides you would surely remember the trip I had to Edipsos thermal springs in Evia. So, I guess outside Evia it is the closest Spa city to ...
... 45 minutes on the mountain. Our consolation was the next location: Nafplion.
When you think of idyllic little Greek cities built on mountains that slope down to the sea, perhaps with a large castle looming 912 steps above the rest of the town and a Venetian fort on an island controlling the harbor, your thinking of Nafplion. If I can toss around noun phrases like "white plaster walls" and "clinging salt air" and "red tile ...