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... then only have a 1 hour drive. Great let's do that. Booked our return for 4th July so we are sorted.
We thought the food would be silly prices - coffees and drinks are but dinner was 7 euro a plate, I had octopus stifado which was amazing and grilled zuchinni and eggplant - very impressed with the food on board. I had stopped at the supermarket and bought a couple of things - glad I didn't go overboard, pardon the ...
... of the Athenians.
We continue our ascent to the forecourt of the Temple of Apollo, our guide Penny telling us that this path was lined with sculptures and that a large sphinx also stood high on a tall column. In the forecourt stood the Chariot of the Rhodians, which now stands in the square in Venice.
We continue upwards to the small amphitheatre on the top border of the compound. This theatre must have had the best view. Five hundred metres further ...
... a limestone local to Delphi. When the area was at its prime, there were statues made of marble, gold, silver, or bronze that lined the holy way up to the temple where the Oracles were made. There were often small inscriptions on the bases - small texts of hymns or lists of offerings made by the city or individual that had donated the statue. Many of these were accompanied by the inscription of a lyre, the symbol of Apollo.
Many cities, ...
... over 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 ...
... of our drive. We drove through an area that is know for producing Greek yoghurt. Apparently the yoghurt sold in a small clay pot is considered to be the best yoghurt in Greece. Shall keep my eyes open and see if I can find some on the islands.
We finally arrived in Kalabaka which turned out to be another fairly small town, although not as small as Delphi. The most memorable thing of this place, ...