Poseidon Palace Club Hotel
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- Tennis Court
- Kids pool
- Outdoor pool
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... the occupants were probably out hunting with their dogs, we also passed another pickup with a large Christmas tree strapped to the back if it, a lovely tree for the centre of a village we presume. At the top of this hill we have lunch, the cloud is occasionally breaking up enough to just see the snow on Mt Olympus in the distance, behind us is Mt. Asso, towering above the surrounding hills. We're off again, still climbing, sometimes on good track sometimes in deep rutted mud ...
... quantity if the exhibits was amazing, such fine ivory sculptures and gold work, gold jewellery and wreaths, the original purple and gold thread fabric the nones were wrapped in, armour, bronze household utensils used in the washing of the dead body and the kings gold trimmed armour. The tombs are not open to explore inside, but you can see the front if them with their large double doors and decorated pillars and facades. One tomb is older than the others and is made of stone, inside ...
... ivory, furniture, weaponry, jewelry, and ossuary remains that is quite dramatically exhibited in the underground museum. The museum is actually constructed beneath the large burial mound, and you enter it as someone might have entered one of the tombs. It's quite dark inside, which makes for the most impressive display of the precious metals, and there are stairs and ramps that lead you down to the entrances of each of the ...
I'm back! Really been trying to test my power lately, thought I'd give myself a little challenge. So I just snuck into Apollo's farm, totally managed to steal his entire herd without him knowing! When they started moving i saw their hoof marks in the ground pointing right to me, and we couldn't have that now could we. So, in a stroke of genius, I put their hoofs backwards! So now no one knows where they could've gone! Ha! Good luck Apollo, I totally outdid myself here!
... in the village sipping chilled coca cola with a traditional greek hut I purchased at the local souvenir shop. 15 minutes later I was throwing my rucksack in the bonnet of the cab.
Time to head south, well almost. Katabaka was 170km away or 5h on a direct train. The train cars were packed with Greek folks and many international tourists, successfully preventing me from a sitting position. Standing by the window and staring pointlessly at ...