- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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... and a crumbling church. It was a busy trading port back in the day - in the 8th century they built the wall, then came the Byzantines, then the Sicilians, and then Venetians ... about 30 000 people lived on this little rock! In the 1700s the Turks came. Not an uncommon series of events in this part of the world.
In WWII, ...
... of a Venetian/Byzantine town and the first capital of modern Greece. It has charming narrow streets in the old quarter, and is surrounded by historic fortifications. The Bourtzi is the small island at the entrance to the harbor. Palamidi castle is 999 steps above the city. Tomorrow we will drive to Mycenae to see this important ...
... offspring Eros. There are only 3000 residents many of which are very wealthy. The whitewashed medieval town offers some of the most spectacular views in Greece and as you walk around through the arched alleys it takes you to a small village not invaded by visitors. I especially enjoyed the small beach by our boat with its quaint waterfront ...
... and this is what we did. Saw the Colosseum and wandered in towards other city sites. The next day we went to the Vatican where Peter took heaps of photos. We also wandered around the Spanish Steps area where we eventually had a nice meal before retiring to our digs for the night. On Monday morning we had to be up early and off to the airport for our flight to ...
The weather is a
little cloudy, but it is close to 70 today. We got up at 8am for breakfast, but
cut it short as Jamie wasn't feeling well. We hung out in the room until 10:30
then went out to see and explore the tiny Greek town. This town had over 40 churches in this small area.