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We saw the majesty of ancient Delphi, including the Temple
of Apollo, where the oracle once prophesied.
This ancient sanctuary is beautifully set in a landscape fit for a god,
at the foot of a mountain with a vista over olive groves to the Bay of Itea.
We then visited the Delphi Archaeological Museum.
We had lunch at …
We’re on the road again.
A very comfortable bus. We’re
driving through the huge mountain range through central Greece.
We stopped at a workshop where they make icons for the Greek
Orthodox Church. They first make the
canvas they paint on by using very fine cotton cloth and coat it with paste,
plaster and …
Headed north towards Patras on the Corinthian Gulf, crossed the gulf on a new bridge. Last time I did this trip I crossed over by ferry. Once over the bridge we were on Central Greece. We travelled along the Gulf to the town of Itea. Headed up into Mount Parnassus towards Delphi, we drove through Delphi township and ...
... From there we went to a traditional Greek restaurant for buffet lunch...yum yum and more yum!!! Starting to get a good taste for moussaka After this a drive to Olympia the town and we visited a quant store that sold many traditional and other items relating to ancient Greece...lots of olives oil etc Other sites seen today were the worlds long suspended bridge over the Carrinthian ...
... deal than Ford Focus for EUR 30 because of the gas consumption and we could start our trip immediately.
We arrived at Delphi after a few hours of driving (it’s around 180 - 200 km from Athens). Luckily both of us entered for free like EU students. The place itself was not so impressive even if it's located in the mountains on the foothills of Mount Parnassos and it used to be a really big construction built in the 7th century B.C. There ...