Saturday, August 31, 2013

A Greek Odyssey, Part 3

                In the Greek village of Monemvasia, our hotel room was simple but comfortable,
and we had a lovely balcony looking out over the beautiful sea.
Walking through the village, we saw many postcard-worthy sights...
hints of the water peeking between houses,
lovely flowers and, unfortunately, graffiti...
Hotels,

many outdoor restaurants by the sea,

with octopus drying in the sun!
We picked up supplies at the local market and explored the village daily.


In my next post I'll show you some of what we ate and places we enjoyed!

                  Hope you're having a fun and safe weekend!

9 comments:

Andrea said...

What a plus the balcony was...viewing the water from there must have been amazing.

Libby Fife said...

I am always in awe of your photo taking skills. Looks like a lovely spot-very similar to Puerto Vallarta. Must be that water side living:)

Simone said...

The view from the balcony is wonderful! x

sharon said...

Can you imagine living there??? Do you think the locals see it fresh each day and realize their blessings?? Amazing place., so clean, and bright, and colorful. So very happy for you and Bill to share it and thankful that now we've a share in it, too.
I say again, I can't wait to see how this magical locale has fueled your art.

Jennifer Richardson said...

It really looks like a movie set,
some wonderful story from days gone by with fascinating characters
and thoroughly romantic:)
Thanks for sharing the beauty
of your storybook trip....so amazing and brings it closer to home for my imagination to enjoy:)
love and thanks,
Jennifer

Anne said...

Gorgeous photos, Judy! What a wonderful time you had!

I think I would have wanted to spend lots of time on that balcony!

Custom Comforts said...

Oh Judy - I enjoyed your marvelous tour of Greece and all the beautiful photos you shared. It looks like heaven and I can only imagine the wonderful time you must have had. Makes me want to travel.
Cindy

Lorinda @ Everyday Endeavours said...

Oh Judy, it looks heavenly! Even the graffiti has charm! So glad you had such a wonderful time. xx

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