Greetings from Nea Epidauros, Greece

That is the spelling the young lady used at our hotel this evening. We are a couple of hours southwest of Athens on the coast in a little town.

We had an uneventful ride today from Patras to Korinthos to here. Even without the stupid gps.

Our view overlooking the Saronic Gulf

Our view overlooking the Saronic Gulf

It is Saturday and there are lots of bikes and riders out. Some of them setting a furious pace. Keep an eye on those mirrors!

We stopped in Korinthos for a light lunch in a beautiful plaza next to the water. We were very near the northern end of the Corinth Canal. I was hoping to see a big ship coming or going, but nothing. Later, we saw lots of ships parked near the southern end. There was a large oil terminal right there so maybe they were just there to load or unload.

The road south from the Autostrata is another that I’m sure would earn the Catfish and SSJoanne Seal of Approval. There were lots of bikes going both ways to keep them company and show them the proper lines.

Tomorrow we brave the traffic and Greece election day to visit friends for a BBQ. Life is good on the Aegean.

We joined all these folks for a light lunch in Korinthos

We joined all these folks for a light lunch in Korinthos

A big plaza where we had lunch

A big plaza where we had lunch

The northern end of the Corinth Canal

The northern end of the Corinth Canal

Our bikes decided it was time for a treat

Our bikes decided it was time for a treat

Debb finds a room in Nea Epidauros

Debb finds a room in Nea Epidauros

 

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