Apopsis Zoy'S Guesthouse
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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So after a day of finding new digs and just relaxing and missing my friend I decided I should try to make the best of my time left in Greece and started doing some research. With only a few clicks and a couple google searches it was decided I would take the bus to Delphi, both a modern town and a UNESCO world heritage and archaeological site. Ancient Delphi dates back to the myths of the classical period of Ancient Greece and the site was believed to be determined ...
... ancient Greek history, we decided to leave the last of that for Athens and to have one last go at their fantastic beaches.
Galaxidi turned out to be a great choice, of course, so once we checked into that night's hotel we headed directly to the awesome beach we'd seen just up the road. Lined with umbrellas and beach lounge chairs, this public beach was hopping. In fact, there were no chairs free until we got to the very end of the line as one group ...
The sanctuary at Delphi become the unrivaled hub of Ancient Greek religion after its inception. Travelers would flock to The Oracle, the innermost chamber of the sanctuary, for an answer to their burning questions. Often, the sheer mass of foot traffic would ensure that the priests at the oracle already had an idea of an answer to a traveler's question simply because they received a wide variety of information from travelers from all over ...
... on a hill 130 metres above the sea level and was called Oianthi. The town was built two centuries before the Trojan war by Locros, a descendant of Defkalion. After his death a monument was erected to his honour by the Oianthians, called "the Locrion". The name Oianthi also shows up on a treaty with the neighboring city of Horakion (Itea-Xeropigado) for peaceful coexistence. The surrounding area is an archeological site. For a short time, around ...
... first temple at Delphi himself.
Delphi did not shape the fate and direct the destiny of so many nations, kings and warriors by accident. This place is after all where Zeus, with the assistance of his two eagles, determined where the center of the world must be. The energy here has gathered over millennia, there is much magical power in these ruins, despite me being so slow on the uptake. The distractions caused ...