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We slept a little later then headed to Monemvasia via the Mani Peninsula. The views along the Mani were spectacular with several stone villages set on hills with the sea sweeping dramatically below. Several ancient churches had splendid murals, which are still visible. We stopped long enough to hike up the side of a hill, but when the going got too steep, we decided to play it safe and retreat. We stopped in ...
... for the first hour seeing little Greek villages with their token little Greek man watching the world pass by, but by the third hour of hairpins and single lane Greek roads it got old, and ****. We made it in one piece to the campground in Meteora to be welcomed by a travelling band of European rock climbers. Meteora is pretty inexplicable in words. Sometime in the 16th centaury it become the fashion to build monasteries throughout the valley. Thing is, the valley is ...
... 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 ...
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.
... of course she was still Helen of Sparta. The Troy bit came later. For some unknown reason I did not take a photo of the island!? Also saw ancient amphitheatre in Gythion center. Looks very neglected. If you look very carefully to the left of the first picture you can just see some of the scenery from the last panto! Even the script was ...