Anemolia Resort & Conference
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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After sleeping well we awoke to a chilly morning, it's so peaceful here we can't hear anything, just silence. That is until we started the engine, there is a terrible noise coming from underneath Dream Catcher. Maintenance went to investigate, it appears that a bracket on the exhaust has broken. A temporary repair is possible. An hour or so later we are ready to go. We don't have a plan today other than to follow the coast. The road dropped down from the mountain where we had camped ...
... to their difficult questions. Should I go to war? Should I marry this person? Should I re-locate? Just like everyone else, they wanted something to believe in. They wanted someone to go to and ask advice. We all need others to lean on, and we all have problems in our lives that we need to deal with. Big decisions have to be made. What a better place to come than a place with so much natural beauty to offer. It's comforting ...
... and it feels like it. Looking at it from a Christian viewpoint, it still exudes spirituality. Speaking of spirituality, a group of us took part in an optional trip to Hosios Loukas, an Eastern Orthodox monastery near Delphi. It was beautiful. We were able to see a completely different type of church, an ornate structure from the 11th century, and admire the solitary beauty of the place. I also bought honey made from local thyme by the ...
... 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 ...
... still in tact.
We had to read most of the information out of our guidebook – there were a few signs, but not a lot. There were quite a few tour groups though so we managed to hang around and listen to their guides and we learnt a few interesting things. We heard about the lighting of the Olympic flame. They light it here at the ancient Olympic site – I have a picture of exactly where it was and they light it by using ...