Stavros Tou Notou
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... attraction). It was only one floor but had great replicas of military uniforms and weapons along with great paintings and photos of Greek wars. Then we took an unplanned side trip to Sparta on the spur of the moment which was probably the start of a series of unfortunate decisions that led to good stories once we survived them. The first order of business was to get a picture in front of a Spartan warrior (or two). Then on to the byzantine acropolis at ...
... and we weren't offered the free watermelon that everyone else got. I wanted pastitsio or spaghetti bolognese because she was tired of seafood. They said they didn't have spaghetti and the other table beside us got it. What type if restaurant is out of pasta, tomato sauce and ground beef. I complained on the way out and didn't leave a tip.) At the southern tip of the peninsula, we saw the Sanctuary and Death Oracle of Poseidon of Tainaro which ...
... to nap on and off, and at times I was also dozing. We met Jimmy's daughter and her son in Stoupa at the super market to purchase items for lunch. We then continued our drive for a total of two and a half hours until we arrived at the Caves.
Once entering the caves we were provided with life vests and loaded up into a small paddle boat with a man navigating and providing some facts in Greek (Jimmy translated). I wish I was ...
... mad at myself because I had forgotten last night to recharge my camera battery. It was a very good thing that I happened to have a second camera but my second camera is small and isn’t nearly as versatile. I don’t have the same control over exposure (given that today was another sunny hot day) and taking pictures that would do this place justice was impossible. Suffice it to say that it is an entire ancient city (the most massive ...
... for them. They are quite tall and they have to keep their heads bend every now and then.
The existence of the cave was known to locals from around 1900. No one, however, suspected the wonders hidden in its interior until 1949, when a couple named Yiannis and Anna Petrocheilou, founders of the Hellenic Speleological Society, began to explore ...