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My last full day, and it made sense to take yet another taxi - this time a 7 km ride inland to Ancient Sikyon. I only found out about this place earlier this year when I saw it on a tourist map of the Peloponnese; no-one had ever recommended it to me and I had no idea what I would find there.
The site is about 2km outside the village and sits, surrounded by ...
I left Methoni by bus this morning, reluctantly, as the sound of bells rang in my ears, and with guilty feelings. Guilty because this is the first year that I have not stayed for the St Nicholas day celebrations. My absence is not important, probably not even noticed, but a shame for me none the less. I had debated over whether to leave at 8.30 a.m. or at 12.30, but I had promised ...
... Greeks in the Trojan War. He refers to the city as ‘Mycenae, Rich in Gold’. Until the 19th century, these poems were regarded as no more than legends, beautiful and gripping, but legends nevertheless.
But in the 1870s, the amateur archaeologist Heinrich Schliemann (who also uncovered Troy), using landmarks from the text of Homer's Illiad, began excavating at a still visible site near Argos and discovered a citadel, royal tombs, the ...
... double bed room (and made someone else have the twin bed hehe) the room was beeeautiful!
We went to spend a few hours on the beach, spreading the factor 50 sun cream thick because we were very pale. Then took a walk down the road along the beach to find a pharmacy (because Gabi's foot is still hurting) and a shop for some food. No luck, there were no shops on the beach front. Time to head inland to the local main road. We racked up ...
... the one with the hearing problem!
The room was great. It, again, had a balcony with a view of the water. Dinner was prepared and served by the young man from Bulgaria who checked us in. The dining room seemed more like a family room with soccer on the big screen, computer chess being played in the corner and the old men from the neighborhood hanging out. We scored on finding a comfortable, clean place (with view) once again.