Sunday, 4 September 2011

Come drive with me, come drive, let's drive away ...

This week I am away exploring a couple of my favorite places in Greece, Nafplio and Monemvasia, with some relatives who are visiting from Australia. So until next Monday, just pop by by now and again to keep looking at these beautiful photos I have from past visits to these places ... (click the names of the places to read about them on Wikipedia)













See you next week!

25 comments:

  1. Those are all stunning! Wow! Too beautiful.

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  2. Have a great time! Love the pics.

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  3. Wow, really beautiful. Love those narrow streets and buildings with the overhead balconies.

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  4. They all appear so awesome! The third one is inviting. I'm ready for a dinner there.

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  5. What a stunning place you live. Enjoy your vacation!

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  6. Oh my gosh--how could you not love these places?! Gorgeous country. Enjoy traipsing through it! :)

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  7. The colors are gorgeous! Thanks for sharing your home with us.

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  8. So not fair. Too pretty. I hope you have a great time. I'd love to meet for coffee at that charming little cafe in the middle of the street but I doubt I'll be in the neighborhood. Have some without me and have loads of fun.

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  9. Those are amazing shots! I love the castle/fort on its own island :D

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  10. Beautiful Jess .. enjoy the time with your friends .. Hilary

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  11. Have fun, lovely lady! You deserve a nice break.

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  12. Wow awesome pictures Jessica, thanks for sharing.

    Yvonne.

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  13. Great pics. I'm in the middle of your book, at the moment. Should finish soon. When I do, I'll shoot you an e-mail or leave another comment and we can work out when the best time for the review and interview will be.

    <3 Gina Blechman

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  14. GORGEOUS! If I lived near such beauty I'd do the same thing!!!! Happy Weekend!!!

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  15. Gorgeous; thank you for sharing! I am now craving Greek food n' music ;D
    My hubby said, he loved Greece. He is Navy, he went to a couple of islands~
    I will have to find out ~
    Happy week, to you!

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  16. Gorgeous! I'm coming to Greece! Have a great trip! See you when you come back!

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  17. ooo... gorgeous! I especially love that one looking down (second to last). We have Greek fest coming up this weekend. I'll think of you~ :D

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  18. Wow. It's just so beautiful. My writing buddy is going over for a week next month. I'm a little jealous.

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  19. Gorgeous pics! I need to travel there! (=

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  20. Oh what a gorgeous place! I hope you're having a great time with your family!

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  21. I keep hoping someone will offer to pack me in their suitcase when they pack for a trip like this. It looks wonderful~

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  22. Oh you lucky! Have a wonderful time.

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  23. Gah-horgous! Thanks for sharing those beautiful pics!

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  24. Those were amazing. Alaska is such a "new" state, that buildings from the 1950s are considered old. There are a few places from the 1920s, and then you're into native homes which just disintegrate with the weather here.

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  25. how come YOU get to have so MUCH fun?

    ;) lol

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