Hotel Kanelli Beach
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... more and we get into Patras as the sun comes up. If not I have no idea what I will do on arrival. Its certainly not worth getting a hotel room for 3 or 4 hours. Arriving into somewhere where one has never been before at the mad hours of the morning is rather scary. I just have no idea what to expect. Is it a dangerous port town or a holiday resort??? Only time will tell. All going well I will find a nice little beach to lay down on for a few hours until the sun comes up and then head north.
Cheers for ...
... dinner- chicken souvlaki and French fries. The waiter offered our table free cigarettes and was SHOCKED none of us smoked! "Americans… so good!"
Kelsey Price and I came back and stayed up late studying my Greek dictionary. We memorized the alphabet and are improving very quickly at sounding out words and reading the traditional letters! (Now, we just have to learn what all the words mean!)
... 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 ...
... erect a statue of him, on a pedestal inscribed with his offence. This was on the pathway to the gate or crypt that the athletes and officials used to enter the stadium shame, ensuring that the athletes knew the penalty. No married female could watch the events, a single woman could but could not be more involved. Rob hammed it up pretending to run. Next we saw the Temple of Zeus. This is said to have contained one of the wonders of the ancient ...
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After leaving Tolo we headed to Nafplio. It's a cute coastal town. It has picturesque streets, fountains, beautiful mosques, and great shopping and cafes. We gave the kids free time here - they ate on their own and got crepes, gyros, sandwiches, gelato etc. Some of them even climbed up to the castle - some 999 steps they say, but Daniel only counted ...