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... visit so special was the beauty of the site. It was situated in a valley surrounded by beautifully wooded hills and the site itself was green with beautiful Judas trees in full bloom. We visited the museum and had a typical Greek lunch (3 courses - bean soup, lamb with baked veggies and fresh fruit and of course plenty of bread to accompany) in a local restaurant. The food was accompanied by a local wine which was truly forgettable. It was then back onto ...
... battered fried foods... to be fair we thought perhaps they had been eating lots of greek foods and this may have just been an aberration. During the course of this meal we were approached 5 times by beggar children and women.. really took the shine off what was otherwise fantastic meal. Then came the most strenuous part of the day, the climb to the top of Palamidi Fortress. This time all the photo taking became a bit of ...
... a fresh grilled Dorade, which we picked ourselves in the restaurant kitchen. Here in Greece, the fish at the restaurant is sold by weight, price per kilo.The Fishtavern Restaurant on Bouboulinas St is fantastic, and you could not have had a better waiting staff.
We finished dinner around midnight. Glad that we strolled around to check up the shops first in this seaside resort and had dinner around 10pm because this is where the town started to become alive. Young people, ...
... We are really looking forward to going through it.
Todays trip was really uneventful, but the highlight was going under the Rion bridge. This bridge is now the largest suspension bridge in the world. We went over the bridge on our way to Preveza, and now we have gone under it.
The Gulf of Corinth is lined with villages on both sides for much of the way. I was also surprised by the amount of wind turbines lining the top of the mountains. Greece ...
... By this time I was becoming acquainted with the different Greek slang terms and some of the slang phrases that Greek people say to each other. Everyone thought it was really funny when I started to use these words and phrases because of my American accent and because of how unexpected my use of these phrases and words would be. My favorite phrase, said when someone says something that was intended to be funny but isn’t, is “go to the corner, think about what you said, ...