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... we headed out around noon, toward Mystras with a new lease on life …. Google Maps!
Mystras is situated on the slopes of Taygetos Mountain. The archaeological site stands above the tiny village of Mystras and the city of Sparta. The greenery surrounding the area is mostly pine trees, cypresses and the ever-present orange trees. We found out that Greece is known as the orange ...
... open for dinner. They called it fast food, but not by our definition. We had lamb and chicken on skewers, called Souvlaki with french fries and toasted bread with olive oil. It was a busy place packed with town locals. It guess the definition of "fast food" is wine in a machine.
We decided to leave a day early since much of the town was closed. Our innkeepers refunded the ...
... which was perfect and was brought first on the table with our ouzo. There is nothing better than the smell of bread baking in the kitchen…and this comes hot here.
OVERALL EXPERIENCE: Simple food and extremely delicious. If I had more days in Marathopoli I could come daily. The freshness and taste of everything, the impeccable service, the unique location and homely feeling made our dining experience a memorable one. I undoubtedly recommend it. ...
... upper room close to the road.
The huge plane tree’s branches dominate and cover the whole space of the courtyard of this beautiful tavern, and it is cool and cozy out there. The singing of birds and the gurgling of water down by the river banks make the spot magic.
I highly recommend it if you are in the round area do drop by…you will surely not regret ...
... Sparti town.
We saw a few monuments and took some photos. We then headed into Ancient Sparti and there is not much ruins left here. We walk through some olive groves with beautiful views of the huge mountains. We then head back into town and check out.
We went to the Olive and Olive Oil Museum, 3 euro each to get in. Its a small but very well set out museum going through the history of the very much loved and famous olive and olive ...