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Arrived at a very dull, overcast, damp port of Volos (Volos olives are
apparently famous) in the north of Greece but it didn't rain on us so
that was a blessing. The city sits on flat land at the base of Mt
Pelion almost 5100 feet high in a region known as Thessaly. Pelion
was the legendary home of the Centaurs and Jason, the Argonauts and
the Golden Fleece etc. On our excursion we visited the
Archaeological Museum and ...
... Greek) but showed us what bus we needed. We bought tickets and sat outside to wait for us bus. As we sat waiting, we realized maybe we shouldn't take the bus since no one seemed to speak English and we weren't sure how to get back. So we decided to just explore Volos, and less then an hour later we had seen the whole city.
Volos is is a very small city. We walked along the water where they had rows of restaurants/café, which was pretty much the ...
Total distance travelled: 2,740 nautical miles
The ship departed at 4pm on the dot. Rhodes is only a stones though from this part of the Turkish coast and sure enough after about an hour we could see the Greek Island on our portside. We were about 5 miles off shore. During the 342 nautical miles across the Aegean Sea to Volos we passed Greek Islands too numerous to mention.
Another excellent show was produced called: The Land of the ...
... We climbed quite steeply up a windy road with hairpin bends, to our first stop, the village of Makrinitsa 4700 feet above sea level on the side of Mt Pelion. In the village square is a plane tree which dominates the Taverna (Tabepna Greek spelling) and is around 500 years old.We sat and had coffee and local cake which was complementary, then a walk around the village and viewed a nice little church which would hold about 20 people. On the walk back I bought a walking stick for ...
We had a very comfortable and interesting train ride through green rolling hills and Greek villages to Volos in transit to the pretty island of Skopelos . We didn't have any great expectations of Volos but were pleasantly surprised by this charming port city. Our hotel, AegIi, was in a renovated Art Deco building on the water front promenade or 'hora' opposite the quay, overlooking an array of yachts. The first thing we noticed from our balcony was a quaint little ...