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... s daughter by sabotaging the King's chariot. The west pediment depicted the battle between the Lapith men and the centaurs who were stealing the bride and maidens. Even in marble and 2700 years later the emotions can be read on the various carved faces. Also in the museum was a statue of Nike which originally stood on a pedestal near the Temple of Zeus. They know she was carved by the sculptor Paeonius. On its pedestal it would have been ten feet tall. ...
... history from memory - it's our guides and a guidebook I read the night before. I will have forgotten by November! Ok - on to New Otilio - we checked out at 9 this morning from our beautiful hotel on a gorgeous bay. Apparently since the Greek financial crisis you can pick up a waterfront or at least view home here for 150,000 euros - down from 600,000 pre crisis. Lots of Germans are. After a short drive we were at the Diros Sea caves, ...
... the new Rio-Antirrio bridge which only after we go over discover is 12 Euros (almost $15). The bridge was built in 2004 and I guess they are trying to recover its cost ASAP. At least they have not sold it to the Australians yet (Boulder hwy 36 humor). We then came to a lovely town called Nafpactus which had another amazing Venetian castle on the hillside. However, it was easy to drive-up to and closed much to ...
... attending a mime concert in the theatre at night.
Our ship again set sail for Pirates, Greece at around 2:30 pm. We will once again sail through the night and arrive at the port around 8 am Monday 14 July 2014, from where we will tour the Acropolis etc. at Athens. Claire and I are looking forward to this as we do the "Panoramic Athens" tour. This should be very manageable for Claire to gain an over site of the key historical sites of ...
... we travelled on to Mycenae. At Mycenae, we saw a very well preserved tomb, which was one of many in the area called beehive tombs. Massive stones had been used to build large beehive shaped structures which were then covered over with earth and made to resemble a natural hill. We also looked through the museum displaying many artefacts before walking up through a structure called the Lion Gate. Then we climbed up to ...