Pension Omorfi Poli
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- Free parking
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... as it was another hosted dinner with Barbara. There were four of us who had participated the week before plus two new comers, Nina from Ottawa and Warwick from Australia. Along with Barbara and her husband Bob, we had a very enjoyable dinner trying and sharing everything on the menu again. After dinner we had some time before the show so four do us, Simonit, Jenny, Warwick, and I headed up to Karaoke. None of us sang. In fact, I found out later from Chase, the host, there were ...
... of the Peloponnesian peninsula.
So much for the geography lessons!!
It is quite impressive, completed well before the Panama Canal, now starts the history lesson!
Our next stop is Ancient Corinth.
We pass the Acrocorinth on the way. It is a fortified structure on the highest point of the local area. It times of war, locals sought refuge. We learn that the word "Acropolis" is a general term for a high point, usually fortified.
The ruins are again quite ...
... on the hill. It has a good museum and we are still in awe of the amount of material found left by these people so long ago and not found until a relatively short time ago. We didn’t expect to spend a lot of time here and we even had Anne walking down hills and up hills to see the Tholos and I think she appreciated this as it really is a fascinating place to have visited.
The drive into the town of Nafplion is a nice drive; we pass ...
... just call him Tom when we’re talking about him) let us free to explore. It’s so weird to be able to just climb overeverything and not have it cordoned off, or guards stopping us.
After wandering around we went and hung out in the museum for a while, waiting for Karavas’ group before heading back onto the bus.
We then made our way to Nemea, another site of the Panhellenic ...
After just under four hours of decent driving we skirt around the cove at the top of the gulf where Nafplio sprawls, its three castles sitting sentinel against impending attack. The first we see towers above the city Acropolis-style, watching from above. The second we spot out on the peninsula around which the city is built, its walls protecting the folk within and without. The last takes a little while to notice, but ...