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... like those of many others, was that he ever got splendidly laid.”
Elif Shafak, The ******* of Istanbul
Nafplio (Modern Greek: Ναύπλι 59;, Nafplio) is a seaport town with a population of 14,2011 in the Peloponnese in Greece that has expanded up the hillsides near the north end of the Argolic Gulf. The name of the town changed several times over ...
... back "home" after post-dinner ouzos which of course is how everyone picks their accommodations ........isn't it? We still had to wait like a half hour or maybe an hour (it seems so long ago now it's hard to remember) until the room was ready so sat and had something to eat but it was a great feeling to at least know we had it sorted. Unfortunately we really were all so tired that we were hardly registering that we were actually finally in Greece but it soon sunk ...
... true in most of Europe) are also much different. For example. you can buy a beer anywhere you can get a Coke, or wine anywhere you can buy bread.
After Nafplio we headed back up the freeway to drop the car at Athens Airport and take our flight to Dubrovnik to start the Croatian leg of the trip. We’ve very much enjoyed Greece and are glad we included it in the trip.
... far from the old railway route, I found a another development had taken place, designed for cyclists, walkers, skateboarders maybe, and defintiely for children.
I had walked a little way along towards the Corinth canal some time ago, and remember it being quite ordinary. Now, using little more than paint and concrete it seems, a lively route to a new playground has been established and seems to be much ...
... a lovely small family run hotel set in the back streets of
the old part of Nafplion (http://www.omorfipoli-pension.com/nafp lio-hotel.htm)
More to follow tomorrow as we do some exploring.
(Now let Jules tell you guys the real truth of driving in Greece, the *******s are all nuts and you really do need to be on Prozac or Mogadon to even contemplate driving. If you didnt have grey hair b4 you absolutely,positively would have it ...