Latini Family Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Bright and early we were packed and ready to be picked up by CHAT tours for our 4 day land tour to ancient sites. Lila is our guide and luckily we can understand her English well. Our bus has about 25 people. More than we had hoped. They combined the 3 day and 4 day trips. Athens traffic was awful and at this point I am glad we chose not to drive ourselves ( we were highly leaning towards a self tour at first). First stop the Corinth Canal. We stood on the bridge ...
... part of the mainland, the area which guarded the many ports of Greece. Atop the hill in the middle of this area sat what is now the fortress of Palamidi.
Our walk began, along the shoreline with a cliff on the other side. Two miles of dessert vegetation on the cliffs, along with sweet smelling 'locust bean' trees and Cyclamen growing in many colors. Along the rocky shoreline we watched someone spear fishing, old ...
... Nafplio" ( which is where all the tourists go! ) we managed to find our way and the next problem was trying to work out where to park and most especially which roads we could drive down and which were one way streets, honestly we can't make head nor tail of the road signs. Finally after a few goes around the block we parked and walked into town, just as well greek drivers are so laid back and accepting of whatever goes as I'm positive I drove up a one way street or two!! As ...
... the Castle of Palamidi. Nestled on the crest of a 216-metre high hill, the fortress was built by the Venetians during their second occupation of the area (1686–1715). Unfortunately, or maybe fortunately as there are some 999 steps from the town to the top, we didn't have time for a visit but it is certainly an impressive structure sitting on top of the hill
... we told him that we did not follow that sport. It did get cold at night and we had to persuade him to give us the remote to the heater in our room after the first cold night. He lived on the floor below us and did not turn the heating on. The only chatty person we met in Nafplio was the proprietor of the Italian Gelateria. We were surprised to learn that there was an university in Bologna, Italy specializing in the preparation ...