Adiandi Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... of the Peloponnesian peninsula.
So much for the geography lessons!!
It is quite impressive, completed well before the Panama Canal, now starts the history lesson!
Our next stop is Ancient Corinth.
We pass the Acrocorinth on the way. It is a fortified structure on the highest point of the local area. It times of war, locals sought refuge. We learn that the word "Acropolis" is a general term for a high point, usually fortified.
The ruins are again quite ...
... just zip in between cars like they have a death wish. First stop was the Corithian canal which was less impressive where we stopped but apparently where it started to cut into the cliff side it is more impressive but we couldn't get there from where we were. Then we went on to the ancient ruins of Corinth which was the place where Paul preached before getting in trouble with the Jewish leaders. It's chapters in the ...
... church is tucked in the side of the road here and we continue past to the first bell tower near the church. It is a little further away from the church as it would be heard more easily over the whole town. We pass the clock tower after a quick look and then go to the top of the road before it starts to go down toward the far wall of the castle. Sean is very busy looking in all the nooks and crannies where the guards would have been stationed ...
... row, because I felt massively guilty. However, now on the second-to-last day of our trip, I feel far less guilty about just clambering around ancient ruins since we’ve been doing it so much.
After that we spent some time in the Nemean museum before going to the stadium. It was so much fun! People from our group ran a few races and goofed around before Karavas’ group met us there. They ...
... things organised without feeling rushed. I estimate the journey to be about 3 hours so we crank up the music (80s hits – good choice!) and set our mechanical horse to start eating the bitumen. Our trip back is mercifully uneventful, for which we are eternally grateful. The last tank of petrol doesn’t come cheap, but neither does an unfilled rental car when returned. And now for the pleasure of all pleasures: the return to Athens ...