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... In one he is smiling at the infant Dionysus. Next we went out to the site of the Sanctuary of Olympia itself. It is close to the edge of the modern town of Archaia Olympia. There are over 15 areas of interest at the site - and I obviously did not have time to savor or even to see them all. We walked through the Sanctuary on the Sacred Way, the same way the pilgrims would have - to the temples and the sports facilities. We passed Kronos Hill - believed to ...
... and back to our bus. Next stop in about an hour was the seaside small town of Kardamyli. We had an hour to walk around the town and then most of us took a hike up- up - up to the church of Agia Sophia, high on a hill behind Kardamyli. There might have been beautiful views but I was concentrating on where to next plant my feet and hiking pole on the rocky (and did I mention steep?) path. Early on we passed two graves cut into the ...
... a great dinner at a nice restaurant called Epicarius with awesome views but later that evening Andrea got quite sick. Surprisingly, I did not even though we tried each other's stuff. I guess growing up drinking from the bulk tank at the Martinson's helped build up some immunity - thanks Kathy! What was worse was that the whole town lost water about that time due to a water main break. Not good especially for someone who is ...
Quiet day to-day. Did a little exploring of the ship - attended the Shore tour seminar, found the internet room and was happy we could hook on the Facebook website and place a message.
Peking Duck for lunch, drinks on the deck and then Formal Dinner night.
After dinner, more B & B Blues ...
... a statue which would have their name and their family's name underneath, shaming them for years to come. We then had a look at the archaeological museum before heading back to the town of katakaoon, a town that exists solely for the cruise ship ...