Pantheon City Hotel
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... I came back down in 15 minutes with a Sanitas leg burn going on to find Andrea still in bed where I left her at 6:30. We got rolling and grabbed a quick breakfast at our hotel before heading out on the road again. The first stop was Tripoli because it has a excellent military museum. It took quite a bit of work to actually find it in the city center but we then discovered that it was free because it was a Monday (plus we were the only ones there - not a ...
... sauce packets from home. The tuna was less fatty and dense compared to what we were used to. The umami taste was similar. This may be because tuna is fattier in the winter and because of the lighter fish. A bigger fish may have more fat content than a smaller one. As the son continued talking to us, we bought him a beer and exchanged stories. We talked to him about food and travel, and he told us about his ex girlfriends (Tina's favourite ...
... of icicle-like deposits hanging from the ceilings, compared to other caves. Tina wanted rainbow spotlights because they look more pretty in photos, but I prefer the more natural look. Then finally, we drove to our hotel, Citta dei Nicilani, in a small town called Koita. The town is small and partially abandoned. Our hotel is really aesthetically designed with well thought out exterior and ...
... been kept locked. I am
disappointed honestly but at least its garden is in full bloom of colorful
roses and there is a pipe of water left running in the garden…who knows for how
long. There is nobody around to supervise all this time that we are here.
Anyway, I walk up to the lighthouse
thinking that I will find it open and climb up the stairs. The way is pleasant
because the area is ...
We left Porto Kayio and motored south and around and into the Gulf of Messiniakos. Going past Capo Grosso, nothing pretty about this cape as the name suggests, and up to a place called Diros. The pilot book suggested that in this area we shouldn't miss a visit to the caves here and as the weather was perfect both "Awaroa" and ourselves anchored here to check out the tourist attraction. It was also John's birthday so we needed to do something ...