Pension Omorfi Poli
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- Free parking
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... some private time to catch up on some of my entries which I know...there a gaping holes with half finished entries that are not quite ready for posting. Sorry! I will try to catch back up at some point...hopefully before I get back. I know that even if I did finish the entries, I can't publish them anyways since I have extremely limited internet connection time. You'll probably get a blast of entries getting posted at the same time. Dinner tonight was with a special group ...
... shops and a market place, dominated by the Temple of Apollo.
The impressive Peirene Fountain was the major source of the towns water supply.
We return to the ship, but the exceitement continues.
Whilst working on some photos, I get distracted and go out of the cabin onto the vreanda to look at something we are passing. On the return, I stub my toe, but feeling much, I returned to the computer. Jeannette notices some blood on the carpet. We try to bandage it, but it keeps ...
... on that hillock just over the valley on the left side of that mountain. So we head across the valley and soon find ourselves in the town of Mycenae and sitting having a nice little drink and a feed of good souvlaki. Good souvlaki. After this we head up the hill to the settlement of the Mycenae people and as mentioned before this was over 3300 years ago! There are a few memorable spots here including the Tholos or beehive tombs and the Lion gate of ...
... that are not ineither his class or Diamant’s Aegean class. That’s the group that I’m in. Our tour/group leader is Tom Loughlin, who
is an Irish professor that used to teach at CYA.
So, Isthmia was one of the fourplaces to host Panhellenic games. We learned a bit about the various Greek and Roman structures, and then Tom (everyone is kind of hesitant about calling him anything, ...
... 8217;s a frightening prospect, and one my little Aussie driver has yet to master (thankfully). After a while we reach the coast and the road becomes marginally less treacherous, but significantly more picturesque as we are afforded vast seascapes to our left. Each turn back in towards the mainland brings us over another secluded beach or hidden cove. It’s driving at the best, and it’s the next best thing to actually swimming in ...