Sun Beach Hotel
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... this was a dodgy wreck of a scooter with a great big thick chain around the wheels and over the seat which stuck in my mind while next to it stood a bright green Kawasaki ZR6 unchained and ready to go. I found my way back from there and had an afternoon nap. Around 7pm I wandered out and down to the sea I could see lights on the promenade that had last night been dark so headed towards them as I got closer there was music playing and stalls along ...
... that evening and I would like fresh fish he said the Bream was in this morning. I wandered more into an amazing market full of fruit, veg, fish, meat and odds and sods a real hive of activity and full of locals. It was a maze of stalls going left and right and creeping in and out of alleyways. The tomato here is like a beach ball so red and big and they really love their aubergine too. I found a pet shop for the girls too ...
... of the Byzantine and Eastern Roman Empires.
First order of the day though was to buy my bus ticket into Macedonia. This had been worrying me with the refugee crisis taking the same route north. I had emailed the bus company earlier who assured me buses were running ok and the crisis hadnt affected the border.
... a few piles of old bricks. Halfway down there was a couple of souvenir shops and a coffee bar, so I sat out in the sun sipping coffee while Hazel bought a Greek flag from the shop.
Descending further via Pasha's Garden and the originally-Roman rotunda, we made it ack to the sea front in time for a late lunch (but even 3pm is not a late lunch for Greeks!). I had read about Greek cod and chips available near the port area, but I never saw any on a menu apart from ...
... months a year in the underworld. These tombs had huge slabs as building blocks.
It was not just with regal elements like crowns and military equipment that Philip II was buried. There were bathing items as well.
The tomb of Philip II was a jaw dropping moment. It has been damaged by earthquakes over time. Its facade was white with columns and a hunting scene across the top. Like the tomb of Alexander IV, it had two chambers.
The typical funeral ...