- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... again passing through small towns and villages. This is mostly farming country, everyone seems to drive either a tractor or a pickup. We passed several flocks of sheep, their bells clanging as the eat the grass that grows between the limestone boulders that litter the hillsides. The grass is very green here, it must be the cooler temperatures and higher rainfall. Eventually we started a steep descent down to a coastal village, it's in a small bay and surrounded by steep sided mountains, ...
... br> -----Catherine worked in a corporate office. "I have no interest in the things I'm doing. I have to spend my time making calculations for all these hypothetical situations - like, if we we were to take out a few washing detergent tablets from the boxes we sell. So, basically, we'd be 'tricking' the consumer. ... Today, we had a big conference call, and this American girl who we couldn't understand was showing us this spreadsheet she'd made, ...
... of this very sheltered bay. From here we headed into the west end of the Saronic Gulf where we had planned to stop off at the Sousaki Boatyard to have the final pieces of work done to complete the winter refit that Kerenne had done in Aghios Nikalaos. However, the boatyard was all but deserted and when we tried to tie up an irate Greek came over and told us to go away. We therefore headed over to the entrance ...
... giving a much calmer sea, much to Kathie's relief.
The Simrad navigation showed the harbor just around the corner, both Kathie and I were searching for the entrance, it had to be here surely. Then we saw it, this was a tiny harbor in a small bay. A breakwater of large boulders protruding out some fifty meters and another stone jetty paralleling it, this one being made of concrete laid on a base of boulders. We preferred the latter to tie ...
... here is absolutely beautiful, big mountains, lots of pine trees, beachside towns and empty apartments, beautiful views and great roads. We finally got to Ancient Corinth after driving around for a few hours as we got lost getting here. We explored Ancient Corinth and then headed for Epidavros, archeological site with a fantastic large ancient theatre. It was so cool, but started raining. The views from the top were really lovely.