Gerofotis Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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With the outside temperature at only 5 degrees this morning it feels cold in Dream Catcher, Les I had another attempt at fixing the leaking fuel cap whilst I got us ready for moving on. Over night a new camper had arrived, they have a large World Scout badge on the back of the vehicle, as we were leaving we stopped to chat to them, they are Swiss and are driving to the World Scout Jamboree in Japan, where they will meet their scouts. ...
... the site begins. We walked along the sacred way past the roman market towards the Temple if Apollo. We passed several treasuries that would have been filled with the spoils of war. The Athenien Treasury was reconstructed in the early 1900's, it was built to commrmorate the Atheniens victory against the Persians at the battle of Marathon in 490 BC. The Omphalos ( navel stone) marking the centre if the world is still where the archeologists found it. As ...
... s go then and we may this quirrel still. However in the car the quirrel-pitched chimes rang back and forth, the Lefterides palmed his face. Where do we go now, little ones, where do we go? Here, no there, no here, you do not park so well. Meanwhile, restless Triton stirred the blue-shone sea. May all the cursed cruise boats rock and tourists ...
... leg slightly in front of the other. These Kouros statues are called the "Twins of Argos." Later in the museum we saw the famous statue of the boy and chariot, which is made of bronze and was created in 480 B.C. After touring the museum we went to another monastery. We traveled to the Monastery of Osios Loukas. This monastery is dedicated to St. Luke and four monks live here. In the 10th and 11th centuries ...
... sights where Greek mythology took place. We drove right past the crossroads where Oedipus killed his father in "Oedipus the King" by Sophocles. And we walked where so many Athenians did back in the day to receive help from the Oracle.
It can seem so far-fetched to me that this actually happened. These people seem so different from me. Yet how different are they? Maybe not so different. These people were simply searching ...