- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... and 2nd Corinthians, were supposedly Paul's lamentation at the Corinthians' excesses. Next we stopped and hiked up to the ancient Mycenean ruins which was the source of legends on Homer's poems especially stories of King Agemmenon and his beautiful wife Helen who was at the heart of the Trojan war. We toured about the area including a spooky tunnel to the well. We were a bit fried so we skipped the theater at ...
... so it was assumed it was a major road. Which it was but Greek major roads are a tad smaller than Australian ones. Nice countryside and houses. Very dry. Made it to Nafplion, found the hotel and checked. Cheap and basic but clean and central so all good.
The boys headed up the hill to another fort and Ruth and I went shopping. Only problem is in Nafplion the shops shut at 3 and open again at ...
... on the Museum’s terrace – it hardly seemed worth the hour of rounding the Old Town Naxos labyrinth to find it.
Off to the nearby and recently discovered Venetian House we went. A steep 5 Euro per person entrance welcomed us into an ancient house that belongs to who knows? It was a rather confusing self-tour, as the house contained artifacts that may have been from the time period, but then contained modern photo on ...
I slept well though, as always here, and was able to eat breakfast at the hotel next morning before taking a taxi the short distance to the suburban railway station, from where I made the journey to the international airport, for my flight back to Gatwick.
So ended another trip to the Peloponnese, and a very sunny, colourful and happy ...
Diana and I left Athens at 8AM on a 3 day journey by bus.
Our first stop was at Corinth to see the Corinth Canal.
In the past, Corinth was inhabited by Hellenic tribes in 2000 BC. Dorians settled there in the 11th century BC with Aletes as their first king. One decendant, Bakchis, founded the ...