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... the first European, Lydia.to Christianity and was mentioned in the book of ACTS. There isn’t any archaeological evidence from the time of ST Paul and it was claimed that Christians had to remain hidden as they were persecuted. So the earliest Christian relics are from about the 4th century AD when Rome became Christian.
It gave me great satisfaction to get around like the locals ...
... very thought kept me going until The train pulled up at the desired station, Kalabaka.
A quick phone call to the hotel to confirm I was just the corner and there I was, dragging my recked body up the street for another 2 miles. I passed by colossal rock formations, which happened to be boulders of some kind. Huge lamps directed at them added special effect to their enormous size and closeness with town houses. I quickly checked ...
... Crumbed Calamari, Crumbed Prawns,Dessert - no wonder the pants are feeling a bit tighter). This Island has the houses all painted a different colour and now they have to keep the colour the same and are not aloud to make any changes to the properties. Very quiet and pretty little island.
Big day but very enjoyable.
On the bus early again and leave Italy for Austria. Great views driving along and the ...
... Jay!!! We also discovered the Grecian rat killer cat and his posse at dinner. Of course, Trisha and I fed them grouper and lobster from our forks . . . danged American tourists. Oh, and Erin made the mistake of stepping on the scale this evening (as many of you know, I have worked very hard to lose 20lbs over the last year), and it wasn't pretty . . . gained 10lbs of it back! Oh well . . . back to low carb diet when I get home! Til tomorrow . . . :o) ...
The Greek Orthodox Easter - April 19, 2009
Monday of Lent is the preliminary for Greek Easter, and the majority of Greeks fast all this time until Easter.
Holy week is the peak of this celebration.
People go to church every day, and on Holy Thursday the tradition is to dye red eggs. Every Greek family prepares these eggs as part of the Easter Sunday Resurrection Table. Holy Friday is a mournful day.
Greeks mourn the death of ...