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Reaching the top row of the theatre, we decided to sit and watch other tourists entertain us. Unfortunately there were not many more tourists to applaud or boo off stage at this time, which is probably the only time we wished for more tourists at an ancient site. A tour group soon rolled in, forming a circle and clapping in unison on the direction of the tour group leader. They clapped and clapped, making their circle smaller as ...
... palace and the all important Grave Circle A where Schliemann found the famous gold treasures in the shaft graves.
Besides shaft graves, there are also a number of well preserved Tholos tombs, shaped like a beehive. (After the 15th century BC, the Myceneans moved on from shaft graves to this new form of burial). The best preserved of these, named the Treasury of Atreus, or tomb of Agamemnon is just outside the main archeological area. It has a ...
... were sitting and expected to eat as well. I just could not wait. I love them and they are a dainty morsel. Have any of you tried them? I can buy them from the fish market but I prefer finding them myself!
Anyway, this windy afternoon I decide to swim inside the jetty. I find several people swimming and others sitting by the coast in some lovely spots under the shade of trees or ...
... the resort is the new wing called "Esperides"where elegant suites and villas offer breathtaking views with 17 of them offering private pools. Great attention is given to the authentic Greek style, -white washed with wooden features and grey stone-tiles all in an amazing design, simple lines but so elegant! It is obvious that the creator had an artistic feeling. Even pathways are designed with hack value.
Room: We had the panorama villa #118 a bungalow ...
... before we were passing Corsica (French island) to the North and Sardinia (Italian island) to the South through a narrowish channel called the Strait of Bonifacio. I have been told by those who have been here that there is not much to do in either of these places and that people go there purely for status...well there are definitely a lot of people out there who care about status because there were boats everywhere. The island rocks were predominantly limestone and to ...