Apopsis Zoy'S Guesthouse
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... also brought sacrifices to the temple of Hera if they had been successful in battle. The masks and shields were interesting. The most famous piece was a marble statue of Hermes that was in the Temple of Hera. We had the museum almost to ourselves. It was awesome. Off to a late lunch starving and exhausted. Wonderful food at cafe next to property. 3 of us had gyros and Sarah had dolmades . We rested, cooled off. We shopped a little. ...
... by far the most striking feature of the sanctuary in its prime, and several large columns still stand imposingly over the scenery. Unfortunately, few of the statutes survive that surrounded the altar. We were able to view one of the surviving figures, a male charioteer, in the museum. There were also three other elaborate altar statutes in the museum, and they are believed to be Apollo and his family. Other museum highlights include the ...
... 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 ...
... embarking on a physical journey, but that I had also entered a period of significant personal change in recent months. He reminded me that I had all the support and courage to continue breaking out of the cocoon of the past. I was on the cusp of a new way of life, and under the watchful eyes of the gods I was preparing to embrace a new chapter in my exhilarating human journey, wrapping my arms around the ever-expanding tree of life.
... lunch and a short walk (too hot to walk far), we headed on our way to Delphi. During the drive into Delphi we could see the city tucked into the mountainside. We had no idea what a charming little village Delphi would be or the breathtaking views we would enjoy from our rooms. On our balconies we could enjoy the countryside, mountains, and the little sliver of the sea at the bottom of the valley.
As we entered the hotel lobby ...