Olympian Bay Hotel & Bungalows
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... a campfire and roasted sausages. It took forever to light, cause everything was wet, but I had sausages on my mind, and so persisted! The next day we peaked the mountain, so rewarding and so beautiful! It was warm on top, even though it was 3,000 meters above sea level so we had a nap. On the way down we decided to take a different route and go down the back side of the mountain. Much different scenery, somewhat barren, but beautiful nonetheless. There were herds of ...
It's a lovely morning with the valley filled with cloud and the mountains in the sunshine, we could just see the peak of mount Olympus with a heavy covering of snow catching the early morning sun shine. It's quite unusual for the top not to have cloud on it, according to our guide book, so we feel lucky to have seen it. Setting off from the camping spot we walked up around the top of the village on a narrow concrete road, we stopped to take some photos of the village nestled in ...
... with gold, expensive perfumes in bottles would be put into the outer chamber along with armour, weapons and sacrificed animal bones for the men and jewellery and perfumes for the women. All of these things are on display. We were very impressed with the museum. We drove to the archeological site and even though it was pouring with rain we explored the ruins. The agora was very impressive maybe 40 or so workshops and shops all in one wide street, they measured about 12x9 feet. The ...
... my book and started to make our Christmas decoration. A couple of hours later we plugged in to the mains and tripped the electricity out. Oh dear!! Maintenance realised the inverter should have been unplugged. The site owner asked us not to plug in again. We tidied up and made tea. It must be time for a beer after all that hard work and ...
... around the village a bit and tried to see how close I could get to the ancient palace and theater that are also there, but these monuments are closed off to visitors so that they can be renovated. I got back to Thessaloniki around dinner time and enjoyed one of my favorite parts of being in Greece: delicious gyros for only one euro! I fully intend to exploit that benefit one last time tomorrow evening before heading back to Turkey :).