Mainalon Resort Hotel
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... but there is always a lot! After lunch we drove on to Epidavros, an ancient healing center dedicated to the god Asklepios, the god of medicine. ( Two years ago in Turkey we saw another such healing center.) The most famous site here is the ancient amphitheater. It is still able to be used today and has perfect acoustics. Someone standing in the middle of the stage can be heard at the top of the amphitheater. Our guide got in trouble ...
... not reach Tolo until 8.30 pm.
I had expected to take a bus directly from Tripoli to Naphlion, as I had made this journey a few years ago. Today though, I had to take a series of buses, the first being to Astros. I was given the choice of Astros and Astros Paralia, so chose to alight at Astros first. It was early afternoon so very quiet and peaceful and after a quick tour I took a ...
... to sit at the nearby park and talk with our tour leader who is a friend of ours. Besides, years back he had been working at a city very near Tripolis called Megalopolis, and we would very often choose to have dinner at a nice restaurant here in this city. So, I think this is the reason why Yianni prefers to sit and wait under the shade of some huge trees in the park.
We are given one and ...
... around them. A restaurant where we have to be patient firstly to find a seat and secondly to be served.
Our kebab comes and it is really tasty! I guess people really know that it is good and this is the reason why the place is so crowded.
It is a little before midnight when we get back to the hotel, and I am really looking forward to see for a 3rd time the Caves of Diros, visit Gythio, and ...
... small shops and restaurants scattered everywhere among quiet hotels (at this time of year). And it’s on the water. It’s really peaceful-feeling there, with extremely limited traffic going through the Old Town area. It feels like a small pedestrian-only town.
We didn’t do too many exciting things while staying here. When we weren’t on the bus doing day trips, we just wandered around a lot, visiting shops ...