Pension Omorfi Poli
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... Lunch in tourist restaurant . Sarah and I split moussaka and greek salad. Just fair. Rick had chicken and Marty had the best meal with roast lamb. Hour drive to Epidavros. The amphitheater was fun. Suppose to have best acoustics in Greece. An American, not on our tour, began singing " God Bless Ammerica" from the sweet spot on the stage. That was against the rules and docent made him stop, but beautiful while lasted. Small museum was interesting because had ...
... be meeting that early when the tour doesn't start until 8:30. OMG...I'm missing my tour! I quickly finished stuffing my things into the knapsack and headed downstairs to see if it could still be salvaged. Well...Bradley...one of the performers I had met during the Dance competition had a little chuckle when he saw my ticket. I had grabbed the ticket for the Istanbul dinner tour which takes place at 7:15 PM on Friday instead of the tour ticket for today. Ha ha ha! He reassured I ...
... so it would have been a challenging daytrip for our elder passengers anyway.
After Mycenaea, we toured Nafplio, the charming Peloponnesian port town with its elegant streets and shops, nestled at the apex of a vast bay and topped by three castles. In the 1820s it became the first capital of a newly independent Greece and you can tell what pride and character the place has. Only a two-hour drive from ...
... place that was more like a restaurant..but sold taverna and gyro stuff...it was different, I guess. The chicken gyro also had mayo on it instead of tzatziki. Like I said, different. Good, though, of course.
Our next destination was Epidauros (pronounced Epidavros), a sanctuary dedicated to the healing god Asklepius. On the way there I had to throw away some flower petals that I was going to try and dry from Nemea, but they weren't smelling too great and ...
... the ‘immigrants’ that come to Greece and take their jobs. He was talking about the people from Bangladesh and Africa etc so you get what he means?, he made it very clear he hated them. He mentioned that a lot of Greeks have gone to Australia for work but he knew it would not be that easy either. It seems to be that a lot of Greeks here know someone or have someone that lives in Australia and mostly from Melbourne, no surprise as there are ...