Hotel Kanelli Beach
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... day on the road-tripping portion of our Greece trip, since Athens was sure to have plenty of things to keep us occupied in the two full days we had planned there. By this time, day #28 of 30, visiting another archaeological site had lost its appeal, though several were within reach (even two UNESCO sites). Instead, we really just wanted to have a full day at the beach with a couple of drinks, enjoying the relentless sunshine, some pages in our books, and ...
... begin. This compound is located on an earthquake fault line and Penny tells us that there has been small tremors occurring over the last 5 days. There was supposed to be one last night but we didn't feel anything.
After walking around the archeological site we move on to the nearby museum. In here we see a model and pictures of what the compound is thought to have looked like. We also get to see items that have been uncovered during the dig, including parts of ...
... off we went. With Sharon driving, we made it without incident straight on to the highway (and my new best friend 'Simon' telling us to U turn as soon as we got out of the rental place, which was in the wrong direction!) It was really bright on the road so I turned to get my sunglasses only to find that Simon had deserted us! Now you must appreciate that I have had a few problems with ...
... it to a piece of wood. They paint on the canvas as the picture
shows. The woman is showing us a piece
of gold leaf that they glue to the painting.
We stopped in the mountains at the monument erected in
memory of Oedipus Rex. This is where he
murdered his father in order to marry his mother.
Doug found an icon on his own.
Then the view of the mountains outside our hotel ...
... moving their goats along the road....honest to God! They sent us down a dirt road along the river, but it lead us to the right road. After several hours of high mountain roads we managed to get to ---- high in the mountains. A storm struck just as we checked into the Hotel Appolonia. The place was almost brand new with modern fittings and furnishings, it was just short of the town below the temple of Apollo. We were the only guests and the innkeeper had ...