Travel Blogs from Kythira
... soldiers were here as a medical site and evacuated from the causeway. Shortly after they left, Germans used the old city as a medical site / rest point as well.
Now, it is another ancient city being reborn to cater to tourists. Someone said only about 16 people live in the lower town, yet it is full of busy shops, ...
... 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 ...
... am beginning to think that Greece has more cats than people...they are everywhere! After we left the island we stopped for a swim in a quiet cove...the water is amazingly clear and beautiful. I didn't see any fish only a turtle. It was so fun to jump off the boat and swim around as the temperatures are rising rapidly. Tomorrow is suppose to get to ...
Arrived in Rome via another lovely Italo Train. It was first class travel with complimentary wifi and drinks and comfortable reclining seats. Our lodgings for the first night were not to our liking and we changed for the next two nights. Unfortunately this took away some sightseeing time for us. However, Rome seems to be a place where you can walk from site to site ...
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.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
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