Anemolia Resort & Conference
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... the village. Full of tour groups and mostly empty cafés . We finally stopped at the Telescope cafe because there was a porch with views down valley to the ocean. What fun! Theodore the young owner was full of personality and we even got to look at the moon through his telescope. The boys explored more greek beer and we tried mother of daphne wine. A sweet wine made in Patra. A town we past through today and we were told of the ...
... God of the Arts, especially poetry and music! Apollo was the God who slew the serpent, a python (Pythian in Greek). A large temple was built in his honour, reached by a paved road, which wound its way up the mountainside and was called the Sacred Way. Lining it on both sides were several small temples. Directly above the Temple of Apollo, an amphitheatre was constructed that could seat about 5,000, where the Arts were performed, song and dance. But this ...
... br> Dinner was a taverna with, of course, another fantastic view. The waiter was super stingy with bread, so that was weird and a first but the food the was good (I mean come on, as always) and it was a good time. We stopped at a few random small shops both before and after the taverna, and the keeper of one of them had actually recommended the taverna to us, but I didn't buy anything.
Like I said: a great first day.
Sadly when we awoke the weather was lousy and the Meteora towers were shrouded in clouds, as the bedroom picture shows. It only got worse after that with the pinnacles invisible by the time we set out, so unfortunately we had to put it on the "do it next time we're here" list. Our brief window of time in Greece meant we had to move on. Our next stop Delphi, to visit the famous Oracle. Though I don’t think she’s working there anymore. There was one ...
... in street lamps except in the town itself and the roads are dark and winding on the Peloponese.
Luckily Kardamylii is a town the size of a small shopping center with various little cafes, a few rooms for rent and the usual singular stores, such as one pharmacy, one post office, one doctor, although oddly enough it does have two supermarkets sitting right next to each other. I catch imagine how it is decided which one to go to by the ...