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... s go then and we may this quirrel still. However in the car the quirrel-pitched chimes rang back and forth, the Lefterides palmed his face. Where do we go now, little ones, where do we go? Here, no there, no here, you do not park so well. Meanwhile, restless Triton stirred the blue-shone sea. May all the cursed cruise boats rock and tourists ...
We're here. It took us 15 hours. Carried bags to the car. Drove to the harbour. Sailed to Sweden. Carried bags to the bus. Drove across Sweden in a burning bus. Took bags with us shopping, looking for that ******n book. The man carrying and dragging ALL the bags while I lead the way cheering at him. No book here, no book there. Maybe no one has it. I'll call this one store that i ...
... and above the prepaid $3,000 rail pass.
In 60 days we visited 36 cities in 17 countries. We stayed in some places a few hours, but averaged 1-2 nights. We caught 58 trains including 4 overnight trains, most of which we ran to but never missed and occasionally very nearly forgot to get off. Although I cursed the Eurail pass daily, in the 59 days, we managed to cover 10,942km in 159 hours spent on trains!
Day 60 is tomorrow, we are using the last day to get to ...
... the messages would often make their own interpretations to achieve political outcomes.
Hmmm, now why does that ring some kind of bell.
Anyway, Delphi is a great site to visit though a fair way from Athens. Our hotel was, overall, fine and the town itself has some nice little shops in which to spend your Euros.
Tonight, we've arrived in Kalamata at the bottomg of the mountains where the Monasteries await our visit tomorrow.
Today we got up bright and early because we had to leave the hotel by 7:30am in order to get to our next hotel before 9:00pm. When we got on our bus the local guide, (in Greece you must have a Greek guide explain the sites to you as it is illegal for anyone else too) told us the day before the government decided they did not want the protesters to get out of control so they used twice as much tear gas on them as they previously had ...