Hotel Villa Sevasti
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... A little further along we met a young man with his sheep and goats, quite a large herd, with some rams that had very large horns. We waited for them to pass, a couple of straddlers panicked because they were left behind and ran up the banking away from us bleating to the rest if the herd.
The village is very pretty, we dropped down the narrow cobbled tracks that wound their way down the hillside, some of the whitewashed houses with red roof tiles looked as if they were ...
... with gold, expensive perfumes in bottles would be put into the outer chamber along with armour, weapons and sacrificed animal bones for the men and jewellery and perfumes for the women. All of these things are on display. We were very impressed with the museum. We drove to the archeological site and even though it was pouring with rain we explored the ruins. The agora was very impressive maybe 40 or so workshops and shops all in one wide street, they measured about 12x9 feet. The ...
... for the hook up, they have what we need and we return to camp up have lunch. We are surprised at how busy the shops are here, there does't seem to be any sign if the economic problems actually on the high street. The shops are all full of Christmas things, just like in the UK, and people are spending. Maintenance then got to work whilst ...
... filter which we provided and put new oil in, he then after a lot if deliberation with 2 colleagues worked out how to drain the water and fill with anti freeze. He asked Les to start the engine up to get it warm, to check for leaks, it took ages to warm up they keep coming to look at the gauge, eventually Les translated 'It doesn't get any hotter, unless climbing a mountain in summer heat'! After more than half ...
... 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 ...