Hotel Villa Sevasti
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... a group of packhorses appeared, there wasn't anyone with them, they were just turned out grazing.
An hour later and we were back on Tarmac and heading the 20 or so kilometres to the coast. As we passed through a village there was only just enough space to squeeze through because of pickups parked, the drivers were all stood around a wild boar that they had killed whilst hunting. We found a parking spot next to the beach just as it was getting dark. What an adventure! What a ...
... so problem solved. Next, even wetter, after our walk through town we set off for Vergina, site of the Royal Tombs, about an hours drive. We arrived and found a car park where we could stay the night with electric hook up, which seems to work ok now. We walked to the tomb. A notice said the palace ruins were closed. We not really bothered as it's still raining and it's the tombs we want to see. We walked down the tunnel under the hill in front if us, into the museum built around the ...
... my book and started to make our Christmas decoration. A couple of hours later we plugged in to the mains and tripped the electricity out. Oh dear!! Maintenance realised the inverter should have been unplugged. The site owner asked us not to plug in again. We tidied up and made tea. It must be time for a beer after all that hard work and ...
... they gave up. In total the whole process had taken 2 hours, they used 7litres of oil and 5 litres of anti freeze and the bill was 60 euros, apparently they don't charge for labour. Excellent service. Next we drove to Ikea, we haven't bought any plastic boxes since leaving the UK, well you can never have enough boxes can you? We have has a shuffle around in the back and we need 2 new large boxes. Ikea didn't have ...
... these were the first facilities we'd had since Jerusalem and
these easily surpassed those, so I woke up a little earlier than usual to get a
good workout in. Then it was time for a sumptuous (I'm starting to run
low on adjectives to communicate "bigger than usual and delicious")
breakfast and a tour of Thessaloniki. A few interesting things:
large Roman forum, Church of Saint Dmitrius, significant Byzantine ruins, and
some old ...