- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... her body buring and threw herself into this fountain.
Inside the museum there of many of the items discovered during the excavations, dating from Mycenaean period, 13th century BC.
Many of the statues are without heads. Apparently the Romans bulk made statues and then customised the heads. This caused the odd anomaly, an old senators head on an athletes body!!
The museum also has a record of the existence of any ancient Jewish Synagogue.
Ancient Corinth was a thriving ...
... in Afghanistan via Skype, he is doing well. Answered some emails (each restaurant has wi-fi) and then walked around the old streets of the town. What a marvelous little town, at dinner the owner of the restaurant gave us (no charge) a traditional dessert of pears and some specific Greek fruit, with honey, that is typically provided to good friends, when they visit together. I have traveled many places in the world and the hospitality of the Peloponnese Greeks is unequaled ...
... rocks. High indeed. With each rest break it was incredible to see the city and hillside around revealing itself. Inside, there were several separate Bastions belonging to different people. Each unique in it’s own way, and joined by more stairs. Our goal was UP. So we kept climbing until we found the topmost bastion with unobstructed 360 degree views.
This is the type of castle that didn’t need to worry about fortification. ...
... towns, a lot of history lies under every house, presently significant or not. Whenever anyone wants to rebuild for any reason, the archaeologists have to determine what's underneath the property first. Some unfortunate people have obviously found themselves out of a house as a result. On the plus side, at least one gate has been found and a sanctuary of Demeter Thesmophoros as well as what the archaeologists call the Mycenaean Kadmeion. In the main square of the town, you'll find ...
... She sat and talked for some time about living in Greece. It was so nice. We have found that the people in the smaller towns of Greece are much warmer than those in Athens. I think that is probably true of most cities vs towns. Though I can't imagine the people of Turkey being any more gracious than they were in Istanbul. On our drive back we stopped by some ruins of Argos. I think that our group is ...