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... when tagging just behind a paying tour group and listening in on all the facts, a trick I pass on proudly!
After soaking in as much information as I could and taking pointed pictures of the recovered and restored artifacts I started my way up the mountain side to see the remnants of the many structures build so many years ago. A word to the wise in the heat of the afternoon sun and with many rocky stairs to climb it should be advised it isn't ...
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While inside the church, we got a real treat. Nena asked the man who works there if we were allowed to sing a song, and luckily, he said it was ok. Nena said they usually don't let anyone sing in there, but since there weren't a lot of people around, they were being lenient. Everyone got really excited. We sang the a ...
... Only when these were added, was a Stadium then built above the amphitheatre and the singing and dancing was then followed by the athletics.
The running track is 178 metres long, called a "stade". They had a start line and a finish line and a row of seats in the middle where the judges sat! We are talking 500 years BC....incredible! Finally chariot racing was added but this was done down on the plains as the stadium was not big enough. ...
... an hour and stopped for a fantastic lunch...choices: combinations of squid, sea bass, pork kebob, cheese pie , moussaka, and of course Greek salad and Greek dessert...we followe dthis great meal by about an hour down by the water...back on the bus and then off to Delphi...see above and read tomorrow for more detail...
supper at the hotel was delicious...shopping in this two street mecca...lights out at 10\;30...except for me :)
... highly-rated on Trip Advisor, and the meal we ate explained these ratings. Sound good? It gets better.
As you can deduce, this is the site of the first Olympic games in 776 B.C. Here, we visited the archeological site which could be equated with the Olympic Villages of today. There were temples to the gods (primarily Zeus and his wife Hera), as religion was very closely tied with the games, as well as gymnasiums (more like training schools ...