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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... our bags we headed of into Ancient Korinthos for lunch at a tavern followed by a walk up to the Archaeological Museum and the old ruins. On this site most of the large works were actually Roman but there were some smaller works from ancient Greece as well. It is a fairly contained site with some very good examples of drainage systems, a temple to Apollo and other temples, bath houses, fountains, agora, stoa and basillica. Well worth the stop and a ...
... rapidly sped out of the way, of the HUGE ferry. The ferry was now in reverse, heading for the shore line. Marina, Frederick and I were all hoping that Jacques would appear, and help save our bottoms....... YES... There is Jacques..... our savior.... Almost before he got on board, Marina and Frederick were preparing to move Milena. Having been quickly briefed, he sped forward to the anchor chain, and began raising the anchor. Within minutes, we had moved another 200+ ...
... way of written information but some of the statuary and the chunks of marble do hint at the sanctuary’s former status. After the theatre, the tholos is considered to have been the site’s most impressive building and fragments of beautiful, intricately carved reliefs from its ceiling are also displayed.
Since there are only a few buses plying each day between Nafplio and Epidaurus, we were careful about picking ...
... Sea, in time to put our feet in the water and to view the sunset. This was a resort hotel that had been open for about a year. The owner said he built it on the condition that the Greek government would repay him for half of it if he employed 43 people full time; year round. He built it, employed the people, but the Greek government hasn't paid him a dime. He said he was facing possible bankruptcy.
... little traffic, we saw one or two other cars in a 15 minute period. The road appears to be relatively straight on the map, but the map drawers just didn’t wanna show the curves. There are no straight roads in Greece and most of the curves have a warning sign with a exclamation point, just before the curve. An hour after we set out we could make out the island of Poros and see the we were approaching the town of Galatas. After a couple of ...