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TravelPod Member ReviewsPhaselis Princess Tekirova
The hotel is very nicely located, it has its own beach
Has an okay breakfast buffet, but the view on the restaurant is amazing
The rooms are quite old
The elevator was kept breaking down
Its not cheap
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Hello from Nafplio, the first capital of Greece! What a day we had today!
It started very early this morning, or so Mom told me. She was awakened at about 6am in Monemvasia to the sound of high winds and things being blown around and falling over. She truly thought we were enduring a hurricane - but it was just wind! Dad and I slept very well and never heard a thing. The hotel room we were in was built for people who are not ...
... Development is strictly controlled. It is a favorite tourist destination and the harbor is very congested. Even though we were quite early, we found there were no spots available for us at the main harbor. Luckily, we found a nice quiet harbor a mile away where we anchored and went for a swim. We soon found a water taxi that would take us to the main town of Hydra where we spent the afternoon exploring. Dinner was at an idyllic taverna, hugging ...
... and dry pistachios, we enjoyed some pistachio gelato on the sands of a rocky beach. The water at Aegina felt like being baptized and born again: it was very cold and clear and wonderful after getting way too much hot sun on the cruise ship.
On the ferry home I was pulled up for some Greek dancing and then enjoyed the cool shade of the lower deck. Arriving back in Athens, we got a very quick dinner and went to bed- we were so ...
... was all very yummy and we even got a complimentary panna cotta with chocolate sauce. Then we went for a walk. Easter Sunday in Greece is not as I remembered - maybe if we had stayed up till midnight or gone to a midnight service here we could have joined in Easter festivities but I think that really it is a family event in Greece and at the time I was in Corfu I was 'employed' as a nanny and got to ...
... a fortified palace complex that was uncovered by the amateur archaeologist Heinrich Schliemann in 1874. ( A recommended read is Greek Treasures by Irving Stone to learn more about Schliemann.)\ This find further endorses the likelihood that Homer's Illiad and Odyssey were embellished fact rather than complete myth.
Mycenaean applies to an entire culture spanning the years 1700-1100 BC. This fortress was built between ...