Apopsis Zoy'S Guesthouse
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... walking around some of the rooms and showing us some of the important objects on display. There was some interesting things here, as back in the day this was an important place as one of the ancient oracles lived here. After wandering around the museum, we left and headed back to the coach and headed off to lunch. Lunch was at a small town a few minutes drive away, it was included on this trip and was at the restaurant ...
... killed. Delphi honors Apollo's victory, and the Oracle is called Pythia for that reason. The Pythian games involved everything from musical competitions to athletic events. There was stadium built for that purpose, which sat 7000 people and was 179 meters long (compare that to the 192 meters of the original Olympian stadium, stationed at the Olympic sanctuary for Zeus).
When we were in the museum dedicated to the Delphi ...
... be....... OMG! It is still here!!!! I do not believe it!!! But..... it is closed!!! No -- this can not be!!!! We asked the neighboring restaurant, when the store ight be opened. He gave us a couple of suggestions....but really wasn't too sure, when, or if it would open while we were still here. Frustrated, and not yet totally disappointed, we went for a coffee down the street, and decided to wait for an hour or so. Jacques was walking down the ...
... of our drive. We drove through an area that is know for producing Greek yoghurt. Apparently the yoghurt sold in a small clay pot is considered to be the best yoghurt in Greece. Shall keep my eyes open and see if I can find some on the islands.
We finally arrived in Kalabaka which turned out to be another fairly small town, although not as small as Delphi. The most memorable thing of this place, ...
We spent the day at Delphi, the most spectacular of Greece's ancient sites. According to legend, Zeus released two eagles from the opposite ends of I world and noted where they met--Delphi. It became the center of the world, where people worshiped Apollo with music and athletic competition. Between the sixth and fourth century B.C. Delphi dominated Greek life. No leader would make a major decision without consulting the Oracle. Christians shut down the site in 394 ...