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... Again we have time on our own to explore more history or to shop. A few of us walked towards the library and the temple of Zeus.
The temple of Zeus is in an open field that makes the height of these massive columns seem even taller and more impressive. Originally there were 104 columns of which only 15 remain standing. One of the columns actually blew down in a storm in 1852. Hadrian erected a giant gold and ivory status of Zeus inside the temple with an ...
... house books before we can head out though. However because it's late in the evening now we decide to head off to the Parthenon tomorrow. Early morning and our hike up the Acropolis begins. Walking past the huge base really builds the excitement and as we get closer we can see the steep entrance surrounded by massive columns. (Um, Ben...this sounds a little Barbara Cartland on heat. Are you sure?! - DP) This entrance is so imposing and huge and ...
... hour (after I got a call to say the return trip would be an hour later) looking at and booking accommodation for Santorini, Rome and Turin, and just general information on where everything sat. I had a huge chicken salad for lunch. The boat was even later to pick me up was meant to arrive at 630pm but didn't get in till 720pm. Back to Poros for more amazing ...
... two morning classes and then the whole group decided to get one of our homework assignments done. It was to find Plato's Academy (without the help of our teachers and then we had a question to reflect on while we were there. We had to write a 450 word paper, so we headed out to do that. It was quite an adventure and I would love to tell you all about it more when I get home :) (I have some homework to get done so I am trying to be a little more ...
... towering trees, flowers, and plenty of shade. From the gardens, we walked by the Presidential Palace, a grand building surrounded by a high wall and what appears to be park-like landscaping. Patrolling the exterior of the Presidential Palace are Evzones, elite army members who are specifically assigned to the Palace. We sat and watched the Evzones in their formal dress march for a bit.
Next, we walked to ...