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... a prize as this port area.
We arrive at the base of the steps up to the Fortress of Palamidi. Once again 'somebody' schedules the long and steep climb when the sun is high. According to the brochure, there were 990 steps to the top. However, that was pre-reconstruction. I was too exhausted after 900 steps to continue counting AND looking up I figured we were about halfway. At that mid point, I also began thinking ...
... be ready and by this stage I was so incredibly tired and hungry, I did eat and then as soon as it hit 12 noon, as he'd told us, I went to get my room and fell into bed.... I woke up at around 3pm feeling much better and ready to go out exploring Nafplio. GJ wasn't ready to head out so Deb and I wandered down to the waterfront where we stood oooing and ahhing at the gorgeous vista laid out before us. It truly is a gorgeous place. We strolled down lane ways, that are just like ...
... the material and time period of the artifact in English, and then got bored and went back outside. Many of the items from Mycenae are at the National Museum, so a bunch of what I saw at the Mycenae Museum was a) copies and b)copies of stuff I had already seen a few weeks ago.
In my search for a bathroom I found the Lion Tholos tomb, and spent some time there before going back to the main area of the site and walking around Grave Circle B. At this point it ...
... and that he was a proud alumnus. He gave us good insight into the preparation of gelato (while we sampled his excellent fare) and how the quality of milk makes all the difference to the ice cream. Sure, it was cold outside, but this gelataria was a Nafplio institution and we had to partake.
We got a break from the usual Spinach and Cheese pies with Stuffed Tomatoes, Stuffed Aubergines, White Beans and Pasta for the ...
... prisoners, three at a time, were actually allowed on deck to see the canal as they transited and it was with this in mind they we passed back through to the Saronic Sea. We crack a beer on the other side and drink a toast to John's father and think of the hardships he and other POW's must have endured.
Once through we carry on to the sheltered bay of Korfos and put the anchor down just on dark. We have travelled 61 nautical miles today...........a very big day.