Sun Beach Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... the squares where there are lots of cafés and the market area.
We loved the old hotel where we were staying and the restoration work that Vassillis, the owner was doing in the building. The dining room was so tastefully decorated. The ceiling in the bedroom was covered in original friezes. His grandfather had bought the hotel in 1923.
... there are no pictures allowed in the museum, so I had to confine myself to photographing views of the exterior of the mound.
My favorite part of the museum, however, is seeing the facades of each tomb as you approach them through the tunnels and stairs. It's so rare to be able to walk under a tumulus like that and be face-to-face with the entrance of each tomb the way that mourners and family members would have been when preparing ...
... roadside. Totally remote and nothing for miles it seemed, very special really. Anyway, all of a sudden a few goats starting walking from behind the church...and it really was a few. Then from the other side we had quickly realised hundreds more goats just wandering across the road! Was amazing the way the church was positioned you couldn't see any and within literally seconds there's tons of them! From the top of the mountain side right down to our car...surreal. further ...
... jewellery! People were buried with their treasures - it's neat find out their stories from their possessions. I went up to the Byzantine castle to watch the sun set over Thessaloniki; the port and a hazy Olympia in view. Later, Ilias showed me around the port and center. Even though Thessaloniki is industrial, I can see why people love the life. It's amazing to see all of the Greeks out on a Sunday night at midnight - no matter ...
... waypoint of Igounemitsa today. We left early morning, and were at the port by about 9:30am, hoping to catch an earlier ferry. In the end, the best we could do was a 8:30 am sailing tomorrow (Feb 12), but that still puts us two days ahead of our original plan. So we spent the lovely day in Igounemitsa, camped on the side of the main drag. There is nothing particularly special about the town, with most of the waterfront taken ...