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... was a wall with writings of slave owners giving their slaves to Apollo when the die. This means they are free. I dedicated Rick to Apollo as we passed by. The museum was very interesting with the items they were able to find. The most important were the sphinx and bronze chariot jockey. The coolest was the stone they believe to have lyrics written with the musical notes, but they have not figured out what the notes mean yet. We also visited Apollos temple which was beautiful with ...
... seen the inside of the small but heavily decorated church.
So i head up the road to the next monastery only to find this one is shut. With visibility next to zero its time to head back to town. The path is far more slippery on the way down and i nearly fall a few times. At least the rain has held off, pity about the very low cloud.
So i walk into Kalambaka to get some food from the supermarket and stop off to replenish my spent energy at the ...
... of Meteora.
The Greeks named the rocks that jut out from the ground "Meteora", meaning meteorites because they thought the rocks were actually meteorites that had fallen from the sky. Geologists though have since proven that a river that eroded much of the land away formed the rocks 30 million years ago.
Regardless, a monk in the 14th century decided that the top of the rock would be the perfect ...
... fun facts about Thessaloniki: The frappé coffee was invented there. They're clearly geniuses. Also, the city has an honorific title, "Συμπρω 964;εύουσα ;," or "Symprotévousa," with means "co-capital." This is meant to reference the city's historical status as co-capital of the Byzantine Empire, along with Constantinople (modern Istanbul). Pretty cool, right?
After viewing the wall, ...
... 227, 0.230469); -webkit-composition-frame-color: rgba(77, 128, 180, 0.230469); -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto; ">We passed a lot of ramshackle, small scruffy farms with fields of olive trees, cabbages and cotton, in the main. As we neared Thessaloniki, a major town, a new crop appeared...solar panels! There were banks of solar panels amongst the cotton, cabbage and olive. Apparently 6000 farmers have applied to take out a bank loan to buy solar panels in ...