- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... is stunning and the village looks very pretty with it's tree lined sea front. Out in the bay there are a couple of small islands, it's a very sleepy place. The map shows a road hugging the coast, but we can't see any trace of it, so we go back the way we have come. We drove on and the country side had flattened out in to a plain, the fields are all ploughed and or planted with a crop that is showing to about 3 inches, occasionally we see some cotton fields still waiting to ...
“I’d like to make a toast. To Justin, finishing his travels! And to us, traveling together as a family again.”
-----My mom, fifty-five years young and happy, sat beneath the Mediterranean sun outside a Greek restaurant. She ordered a “xoriatiki”, a Greek salad, and sat comfortably surrounded by blue: the white-and-turquoise tablecloths, the blue Mediterranean, the blue sky. My dad, an intelligent writer with black ...
... but the water temperature was lovely and warm so we stripped off and went in for a swim. Sigh........... I didn't want to try to find our way back in the dark so after our swim we walked along the beach until we found a nice seafood restaurant on the beach and sat down for dinner. We could not believe the price of fish on the menu which were between 50 to 70 euros! In the end we settled for a couple of seafood risottos, a seafood paella and a mussels in ...
... for the same purpose). According to Suetonius, the canal was dug to a distance of four stades (approximately 700 metres (2,300 ft), in other words about a tenth of the total distance across the isthmus). A memorial of the attempt in the form of a relief of Hercules was left by Nero's workers and can still be seen in the canal cutting today. Other than this, as the modern canal follows the same course as Nero's, no remains have survived. The philosopher and Roman senator Herodes ...
... the Homer's legend? Did King Agamemnon really exist ? Was this really his palace? In Mycenae myth and history are so intertwined, and the genealogical line so complex, that no one really knows.
But the archeological site of Mycenae, perched high up between two even higher mountains on the beautiful and verdant Argolis plain, is a fascinating place to visit. We took a bus from Nafplio to the small modern town of Mycenae, which is a couple of ...