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... hours eating and talking - the typical Greek fashion. It was a lovely celebration for such a special day!
Now we are back at the Argeroplos' home and are getting ready to leave Domvrena tomorrow. Village life is so interesting and fun - I can't believe we're already moving on to our next destination! We will return to Athens for only 1 night before going to Crete.
... It filled me up anyway though, so it was just fine. There are a lot less people in Pylos that speak English as well. After dinner, we got some Smirnoff, Sprite, and Orange Fanta to bring back to our hotel.
(Tuesday) We got to sleep in this morning and left the hotel at 9:30 for a boat ride to Viodikilia, a beautiful beach. It is on an inhabited island. There isn’t even a dock at the beach because it is so beautiful that they try to prevent many people ...
... however as soon as the demonstration was over, the nice quaint store where Icons are made turned into a tourist trap, complete with every touristic item that I have seen in literally every gift shop across both Greece and Turkey. After spending far too much time in this little store, we finally left, and made our way to the town of Delphi. With that, we ate dinner, toured the town a little bit, shared our first real Greek Gyro, and now, its time for ...
... Remains of the shops can still be seen clearly.
On to The treasure of the Athenians. Not a treasure in the monetary sense at all, just a building. This was placed in a location that made it clearly visible on the approach. Trudge, trudge up the steps until we reached the Temple of Apollo where the god is said to have spoken to the people through the Oracle. Originally the Oracle was chosen as a ...
... with a visit to the museum where we saw several artifacts from Delphi itself with the premier artifact being a bronze statute of a charioteer. Bronze would have been very expensive back then and to have survived all these years, over two thousands, makes it so very valuable.
From the ancient city of Delphi we headed into modern Delphi for lunch, again it was mostly traditional food. Today Danielle had Pastitsio which ...