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I stayed one night here.
A Memorable Stay that Travelled me.
If you plan visiting Mani you should by all means count in this boutique hotel even for one night. I would call it a pilgrimage visit to a historic -18th century tower-mansion, the residence of Petrobeis Mavromichalai, the leader of the …
THE COASTS OF MANI THROUGH PHOTOS
Mani is like no other place in Greece.
Mountainous and Coastal. It is beyond imagination.
Hard rocky shores, hidden pebbly beaches, coves torn by the sea ….. Naked hillsides!
... the Acropolis) before dinner. We rolled in around 3:30 to find that the site closed at 3! We’ve determined that the combination of it being a Sunday and our assumption that we are experiencing “low season” schedules means that we need to check schedules before arriving.
We closed out the day by visiting some of the shops, getting caught up on the blog on our roof top patio while waiting for the sun to set, and ...
... driver was doing around 150km/hr in 70km/hr zones most of the time, cutting off drivers everywhere he possibly could. When pulling up to an intersection instead of waiting in line behind cars, he would speed into the left-hand turning lane and then cut the other drivers off by pulling right back into the intersection.
Some drivers that he cut off, speed up in front of him and slowly drifted in front of him by inches. Whilst his driving was probably not the ...
... tower houses up on hill we were passing. Checked out a cemetery up near the tower houses - was full of little houses that had the crypts inside.
Drive down to the tip was just breathtaking scenery, rugged mountains, plungig down into the sea below. Bit sad at the end as this represented the further point on the trip - it's all homeward bound now.
Drove back up to Gythio, and spent the night in a restaurant carpark, right on the water ...