O Xenonas Ton Mylon (The Myloi Inn)
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and went straight up the towering fortress that overlooks the city because low and behold the sun was FINALLY out. And it was beautiful! It was a mission - I was huffing and puffing and listening to six60 singing along pretty loudly much to the amusement of passersby. From the top I spotted a beach I planned to visit on my way down. It had that rocky, clear water that you imagine when you visit Greece and not a person in sight and I had a birds eye view. I even paused for a ...
... her body buring and threw herself into this fountain.
Inside the museum there of many of the items discovered during the excavations, dating from Mycenaean period, 13th century BC.
Many of the statues are without heads. Apparently the Romans bulk made statues and then customised the heads. This caused the odd anomaly, an old senators head on an athletes body!!
The museum also has a record of the existence of any ancient Jewish Synagogue.
Ancient Corinth was a thriving ...
... and a motorway at a height of about 45 metres (148 ft). In 1988 submersible bridges were installed at sea level at each end of the canal, by the eastern harbour of Isthmia and the western harbour of Poseidonia. Although the canal saves the 700-kilometre (430 mi) journey around the Peloponnese, it is too narrow for modern ocean freighters, as it can only accommodate ships of a width of up to 16.5 metres (54 ft) and a draught of 7.3 metres (24 ft). Ships can only pass through the ...
... charts and photographs all embedded to enjoy my travels again and again.
Finally, I am referring to several commentaries on the Book of Acts, extensive websites, and also local guidebooks. My backpack is stuffed with a collection of simply guidebooks purchased at each site. I cannot purchase large tomes and ship them home; small and simple is best for me to be reminded of my experiences at each site, and will be enormously useful in teaching this material for years to ...
... It is not only the many ancient ruins and columns and temples that impress, but the natural beauty of the site as well. Shady groves of pine trees, beautiful flowers and lush grass are all around. You find yourself just wanting to take your time and linger a while.
This was also the site of one of the Seven Wonders of the World, which unfortunately is no longer here and no one knows for sure what happened to ...