We left Methoni Castle and headed North up the coast to Lake Kaiafas to stay at this little family owned hotel. We booked 4 nights as an opportunity to use it as a base of operations which in hindsight was a mistake. Why you ask? read on …
A major centre of Greek Civilization from 2000 BC to 1100 BC the city of Mycenae was home to 30,000 people and likely the seat of power of Agamemnon. We drove from Nafplio as a day trip.
I have mentioned before that travelling is hard work! Packing and unpacking, travelling to different locations, fighting for fair prices from taxi drivers or street vendors, and convincing everyone (Ben) that seeing historical sites is pretty cool. Add in the need to research the area and figure out what you want to see. Hard work!
For the most part I sit shotgun – Colleen does the heavy lifting with the planning and logistics – I am along for the ride.
Hey, I do important stuff – physical lifting (the bags), sample
lots of beer and I’m the eye candy on her arm (or is it vice versa)!?!