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... the local bus to Altea and then up into the hills to visit the ancient site of Delphi. The ruins at Delphi are spread out across the steep hillside and while the town has taken on a very tourist air the site itself retains a sense of how it would have been in ancient times. The stadium is much smaller than that at Olympia but is much better preserved.
... of the Athenians.
We continue our ascent to the forecourt of the Temple of Apollo, our guide Penny telling us that this path was lined with sculptures and that a large sphinx also stood high on a tall column. In the forecourt stood the Chariot of the Rhodians, which now stands in the square in Venice.
We continue upwards to the small amphitheatre on the top border of the compound. This theatre must have had the best view. Five hundred metres further ...
... camera so as soon as I saw the blank iPad screen I knew we were in trouble. Much button pushing later.... Did you know that sunglasses are polarized and you can't see an iPad screen with them on??? Simon was back, but only for a short time. The app says it works without the internet and uses satellite technology but obviously they don't have satellites in this neck of the woods. ...
... it to a piece of wood. They paint on the canvas as the picture
shows. The woman is showing us a piece
of gold leaf that they glue to the painting.
We stopped in the mountains at the monument erected in
memory of Oedipus Rex. This is where he
murdered his father in order to marry his mother.
Doug found an icon on his own.
Then the view of the mountains outside our hotel ...
We got up the next morning and returned to the Olympic ruins to catch the morning sun for photos, run (or walk) the Olympic stadium and tour the Olympic Games Museum (wished we had done this first)
The destination committee, which is carrying a heavy workload and convenes frequently, met and decided to head to Kalavryta and take the narrow ...