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... residences for the rulers - but today all was in ruins or in the process of restoration when funds allow. The site is high on a hill and it was a lovely walk from the top down, meandering the rocky paths and through the stone ruins. We had the same guide as to Mycenae - he is the son of a Greek Orthodox priest - so he gave a lot of religious interpretation of the frescoes - which led to a discussion at our lunch about the parents of Mary - and the difference between ...
... is no doubting when you hit Athens city limits. It turns swiftly from olive groves to apartment blocks, with vineyards exchanged for kantina’s. Our campground was located in what appeared to be Athens industrial zone, but with bus links to the city it was all that we needed. We got up early to get sight seeing in Athens, joining a walking tour by 10am. It was again a great base for the city and provided some great insights into the history of the place. It seems every ...
Before exploring Mystras we made a quick stop to the historic city of Sparta. Sparta for all you history buffs was home to the Spartan soldiers, who were held in awe by their fellow Greeks for their ferocious, disciplined and self sacrificing battle style. Mystras: In 1249, the Frankish ruler, William II built a strong fortress atop ...
... and my passengers were not… taking breaths, they were getting very upset at the route. We added about an hour to the suggested time of arrival Joffrey had predicted, but we got to Sparta in one piece and found the hotel. We settled into the hotel and I suggested we go for a drive to Mystras, which is only 4km from Sparta, it is supposed to be a very old castle and worth the look. We head into the hills a little bit when the passengers ...
... is one of those magical places where is you sit quietly, the mind-theater adds in the missing columns and the cheering of ancient Greek crowds.
Once I was done getting sunburned whilst inducing hallucinations amidst this pile of rocks, I moved on to the other town of infamy, Sparta. My initial impulse to kick people down wells whilst screaming was curbed by the fact that on Sundays the only people walking around in the morning as I was ...
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