Mycenae

Mycenae

The Tomb of Clytemnestra This is it…the last little peek inside our two month journey in Ancient Greece!  But don’t fret because I have put it all together in one great book, “I’ll Take the Stairs” (available at blurb.com) for all you adventurous people out there who want to know about travel in Greece.   Another […]

The Stairs of Palamidi

The Stairs of Palamidi

Of the thousands of ancient steps we climbed while in Greece, these steps changed me…  Throughout life we all have climbs of sorts but this journey to Greece was absolutely life changing! We climbed steps in Meteora Discovered Mystery Staircases in Tolo Walked up steps in The Ancient Theater of Epidavros Explored wonderful archaeological sites( in blistering heat) […]

Almond Cookies of Argos

Almond Cookies of Argos

Amygdolata… What?  The only way to describe these babies is by telling you another story.  It all began one hot afternoon in June, while exploring Argos in our trusty little rental car. (f you are just now joining us, then you may want to check out some of my other posts about our Zesty Greek Travel […]

Epidavros

Epidavros

Just a short drive from our Base Camp at Asini, is the Greek Village of Epidavros, which is also the location of The Ancient Theater of Epidavros.  Our day trip began with a lovely drive along a windy mountain road. We pulled off the road slightly for a picture of this Church…  Epidavros is part of the […]

4 Nights in Kastraki

4 Nights in Kastraki

This is another piece of our Zesty Travel Adventure After enjoying a complimentary breakfast feast on the lower level of The President Hotel, we checked out of our rooms on the 9th Floor and rolled our bags out to the parking garage where our trusty economy sized rental car sat waiting minus one hubcap, of course.  The night before I studied the route to Meteora […]

Lost in Athens

Lost in Athens

This is the beginning of a Zesty Travel Adventure… It was mid April and Savannah didn’t have to report to Oglethorpe University until end of July.  Meanwhile, Charlotte had been busy with her Homeschooling curriculum and had completed all of her 7th grade studies and much of the required 8th grade subjects, so she was slightly ahead and a […]

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