- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... deep and narrow canal trying not to get vertigo. Lila had said to watch out for pickpockets so I was quick on and off holding tight to my purse. I keep seeing sesame candy and sticks in stores. I bought some at the rest stop. It was very sweet. Sarah thought a lot like Benay wafers from Charleston. We drive on to Mycenae. Fascinating civilization from 1600 BC with the famous Lions Gate and burial tomb. Artifacts are in Athens Museum that we will be visiting ...
... arch building, and the largest until the Pantheon was built by the Romans, during Christ time. Absolutely amazing. Wow isn’t history something else. Ok so now it is time for something else so we returned to Nafplio and way above the city is a vast fortress called the Palamidhi Fortress. This fort was begun during the Byzantine period, 800-1000 Ad and eventually completed by the Venetians, went Venice ruled the port. This place was the spark of the Greek ...
... shopping streets in Europe, and the tenth most expensive retail street in the world!
After spending some time in the square, we crossed the street to view the Greek Parliament and its changing of the guard (the extended ceremony at 1:00pm). The Greek Parliament is housed in the former Royal Palace, which was built between 1836-1842. In 1935, it became the seat of the Greek Parliament – it was from the palace balcony that the syntagma, ...
... a defeated city was fairly traditional, and it was Philip who was unusual in his mercy; that it was out of a sense of fairness that Alexander asked the towns neighbouring Thebes to vote on its fate, and they were vengeful due to defeats inflicted on them by the city; that he wanted to terrify all the Greek city-states into abject submission so as to leave his base safe when he went off to invade Persia. Who can know? The ...
... in. I had always wondered why the side mirrors were made to flip, now I know. As one of the foundational sites of European civilization, Mycenae is a popular tourist destination. The site has been well-preserved, and the massive ruins of the cyclopaean walls and the palaces on the acropolis still arouse our admiration, particularly when we remember that they were built a thousand years before ...