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- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... just because the scenery was so gorgeous!
Monemvasia, meaning "one entrance," is essentially located on the far side of a rock island. It is connected to the mainland by a narrow strip of land. There are no cars in the town - you have to walk inside and carry only a small bag with you as bringing luggage is very difficult! Other facts about Monemvasia:
- The town is hidden from the mainland ...
... that they sell. It was worth the hike just to see that. The palace itself is at the very top. I thought we would be able to go in, but we couldn't. The view from there, though was incredible! You could see for miles. It makes sense that they built a lot of these fortresses high up - much easier to defend. It only took about half a day to visit all those sites, so we had plenty of time to go back to Monemvasia and explore some more. We enjoyed ...
... Byzantine churches remain from the medieval period. The seat of the municipality is the town Molaoi.
The town's name derives from two Greek words, mone and emvasia, meaning "single entrance". Its Italian form, Malvasia, gave its name to Malmsey wine. Monemvasia's nickname is the Gibraltar of the East or The Rock.
Breakfast was scrambled eggs, yogurt ...
<ul><li> Woke up in Monemvasia, a small slip of an island right off the island of Peloponnese Greece. It is connected with the mainland by a small stretch of land. We had breakfast in the room while the captain maneuvered the ship into dropping the anchor and starting to ferry guests to land. Our goal today was to upload pictures from the past two days, then walk into the town and hike to the top of the hill into the Old Town. ...
... is known as the Rock of Gibraltar of the East. We had to park our car outside the town and walk through the gate (mone and emvasia, meaning "single entrance") to get to the town.
The town walls and some Byzantine ruins remain from the medieval period. The lower town consists of one cobblestone street with winding corridors shooting off that street. The upper town, atop the rock was the site of ...