Un Jour in Megara, Corinth, and Argolis

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21 Responses

  1. dollyparker says:

    OMG! I’m overwhelmed by so many magnificent photos…You’re SO lucky)) Those places are totally awesome…❤

  2. Your photos are amazing. I feel like I’ve been on a virtual Greek vacation. 🙂

  3. Thank you for this. I love antiquities. It must be a wonderful trip to be there.

  4. What a magnificent place,enjoyed reading this, very nice captures.

  5. Thanks a lot Jyotirmoy 😊 its one of my goals to make my readers happy 😊

  6. Kamila Pala says:

    Great virtual tour! Thanks for taking me there! Bye. Kamila

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  8. inkdropk says:

    Great blog Lexie! Here’s my take on the passenger prompt hope you like it! https://inkdropblog.wordpress.com/2017/07/02/passenger

  9. maristravels says:

    It’s hard not to go mad in Greece and take too many pictures, the ruins there look better than anywhere else – except perhaps Sicily where most of the ruins are Greek anyway. Glad to meet another travel addict.

  10. Taryn says:

    Beautiful coastlines! I always enjoy visiting Greek ruins and learning about their history. Thanks for sharing!

  11. Renata Green says:

    Greece is overdue – it’s ridiculous, I’ve travelled every continent, but never made it to Greece. Reading your very informative and thorough post, I think there’s no turning back. Let’s see about next summer… great pix, too. Thank you and happy travels.

  12. Indu says:

    Greek mythology is truly fascinating and your post depicted all so well. I enjoyed greatly.

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