Category Archives: Greece

My Morning in Nafplio

I was up before the sun and outside waiting for its arrival. We had only one overnight stop in lovely Nafplio Greece and I knew my camera and I would find good pictures here in the morning light. Our hotel … Continue reading

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Mykonos, Greece

Mykonos may not be a “little known place” but it is a delightful place to wander through with a camera in hand. Mykonos is one of the most popular islands in Greece and I’ve heard that it’s very crowded in … Continue reading

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Cape Sounion, Greece

The remnants of a 5th century BCE temple rise at the southernmost tip of the Attica peninsula south of Athens. This temple was dedicated to the god Poseidon, and it’s located on a cape called Sounion. Our excellent tour planner … Continue reading

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What a great vacation!

A few days ago I returned from three-and-a-half weeks in the Mediterranean region including 11 days on the exciting Star Clipper. While I collect my thoughts and organize my photographs, I will share this with you: a beautiful video of … Continue reading

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Places I’m Going: Olympia, Site of the Ancient Olympic Games

One of the places we will tour during our September cruise on the Star Clipper is Olympia, Greece, site of the ancient Olympic Games. The games were held here from 776 BC until 393 AD. Today’s visitor find columns and other pieces … Continue reading

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Places I’m Going: Nafplio Greece

When I began my blog of “little known places” I intended to write not only about places I have visited but also to record my research into places I hope to visit in the future.  In the very near future – … Continue reading

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