Elatos Resort & Health Club
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Off on our pretty drive through the Peloponnese to Olympia. At one point we exit a tunnel through the hills and below us is the kalamata valley, at least that is what I am calling it. The valley was wall to wall olive trees. At our rest stop in the valley, Sarah and I bought olives without labels. We are going on the assumption that they were grown next door and also sold to big supplier that would put on the label. We also bought dried ...
... book! They have it! Man dragging, I cheering, plowing down the pedestrians, we got the the book. Success. Bought presents and food for his Greek family and walked home to our apartment of great piles for a shower. Bags to metro to airport to Athens, hello Mom, hello Dad, nice chocolate, yelling about and inside the car. Greek customs. Car to Xylokastro. Food on food on food. ...
The second day in Delphi, we casually visited the Temple of Apollo. The temple was massive and the area was well preserved. We walked around and received a tour of how the people would worship this god. At one point, we were allowed to wonder about the ruins to see how everything was and even exam where the held sporting exams.
We also spent part of ...
In the temple of Apollo was a priestess known as "The Oracle" - she was the mouthpiece for Apollo....like a medium. Apollo spoke through her. She became very famous and for centuries, Greeks trekked up the mountain to ask her questions and advice. Naturally they were supposed to give an offering in return. Can you imagine how many offerings there were.....hundreds...and where to put them all? That is why all these smaller temples ...
Delphi was home of the most important oracle of the classical Greek world, Pythia, and the Temple of Apollo, where the oracle presided. Delphi is located in a mountainous region about 75 miles west of Athen. The Bay of Corinth can be seen from Delphi. Ancient Greeks considered it to be the most beautiful place in the world and described it as the center, literally "naval", of the world. The temple is located on ...