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... lost after 5 min. Or actually, not lost, on the right track, but with no idea where we were. This happened a lot. Fortunately it doesn't really matter, since you are never really too far from some landmark. Sheree's trusty TripAdvisor compass and the map usually got us out of trouble. And if not... find a cafe with wifi, for another coffee! Pete and Fraser found a great exhibition of Leonardo Da Vinci machines, actually set up inside a beautiful old church. While ...
... me! It wouldn't let us have the ac on if the balcony door was open! Also, for breakfast this morning, they had melted warm Nutella. Made my life! 1:24 pm (Greece) 6:24 am (Michigan) We just got done with seeing Olympia. It was definitely my favorite thing in Greece! Olympia was originally a sanctuary for the Greek God Zeus. Everything we learned was very interesting to me! Right now we are in a hurry to eat because we are a little behind schedule. But ...
... was pretty cool, just to stand there, where 1300 years ago people stood at the first Olympic games. Competing in events, not exactly like we do today but nonetheless.
The Olympic flame of the modern-day Olympics is lit by reflection of sunlight in a parabolic mirror in front of the Temple of Hera and then transported by a torch to the place where the games are held. When the modern Olympics return to Athens in 2004, ...
... flavored gelato. (Again, trying to fit as many authentic Italian experiences into a short amount of time). I took a lick and was hit by an incredible feeling, as I looked around at the plaza and the little sidewalk cafes and shops lining the Grand Canal. It was in that moment that I knew… I was in love.
We wandered around and took lots of pictures, trying to soak in as much of the iconic city as possible before we went back to the hotel to sleep. Luckily we knew ...
... it will be. Let’s hope it comes up in next quiz night , I might be a bit more useful on Lynda and Marks team. James has been reading a great thick mythology book that I’d have struggled to read the first few chapters. Now on long car journeys instead of being asked "what limb I’d rather lose “ get asked “ What Greek God I’d be” aghhhhhhhhh.
We all learnt so much- the most popular events in the first games were boxing and ...
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