Sunrise Village Beach Hotel
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Late this morning, after we had packed the car and given up hope of visiting Patrick (Paddy) Leigh Fermor's house, Mary got a call with the green light from the Benaki Museum in Athens. We walked there (half a mile along a public path) and were greeted by Elpida, supervisor of the house and Paddy's caretaker during the last 7 years of his long life. She showed us around (no photos inside) and told great strides with great affection for her old boss. ...
Spending a couple of days in this lovely, quiet resort town before heading deep into Deep Mani, the rugged southernmost part of mainland Greece. Today we walked in the oldtown, lunched by the water, and swam in a dazzling cove. Dan also jumped a wall to see the home of the late, great British travel writer Patrick Leigh ...
... The spacious balcony overlooking the beach –the perfect spot for a cocktail at sunset. Waking up each day, to the endless blue sea was truly inspiring. I would get up in the night only to see the moon shining over the water. A poster-like scene that remains vivid in my mind.
The superb King size bed with duvet covering and pillows preserved a state of constant serenity. Linens bright, spotless and fragrant.
Facilities like a full mini bar, safe, ...
... tomorrow and we have an 8:30am start. We are going on one of Disney's special tours that includes a cool kids activitiy. We are going to the Accropolis and then the museum. While the adults tour the museum the kids get to paint statues in the colors the statues would have been when originally created. And they get to bring home their mini statues. Can you imagine all the greek buildings painted in vivid colors? that is the way they were ...
... visiting the CASTLE of GERAKI, the little
island of ELAFONISSOS with its gorgeous beaches and the rock-town of MONEMVASIA.
In nearby Mani there
are also the DIROS CAVES which are worth the detour.
The beauties of the
Peloponnese never end, and this is exactly what I will try to show you in the