Fedriades Delphi Hotel
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... The first room has figures of animals and people from 8/ 7th C. BC. The next room contained the Sphinx of the Naxians 560 BC, an impressive piece and also some if the frieze from the Siphnian treasury. The carving on all the ancient friezes is amazing, such fine detail remains, they date from 6th C. BC and the historians are able to tell the stories depicted. The next room had the treasure found only in the early 90's, there was ...
... potatoes and honey! The meat burger thing we had was so good, it practically melted in your mouth, and the potatoes, and well I don’t think you can mess up potatoes. Since it was still raining when we finished eating Dr. Hatlie ordered desert, fried dough balls covered in honey and powdered sugar. Finally a desert besides fruit (not that I don’t love fruit, but it’s not necessarily desert…). When the rain slowed down ...
It started raining as soon as I left the mayor's office. I kind of just kept my head down and rode all day. My map doesn't show many camping options in between Iroquois and Fletcher, so I'm in for the long haul. I was getting close to the camp spot when I saw spray paint writing on the asphalt. Bikers...free...water....1.5 mi. It continued to direct me and tell me more. ...
... I made it and view the stadium and could only think who would want to perform up here on a day like this, as the temperature was roasting and it was a tiring climb to get there. For all that it was in a spectacular location.
I then headed back down to the entrance of the site and proceeded to the Castalia Spring. The water from it was great and the cold waters were a relief when splashed on the face. This spring was used to purify people ...
... to today's modern Olympic Games. Athletes would have traveled from around the world to participate in that prestigious event.
More importantly, throughout ancient times, people journeyed here from far away to hear the wisdom of the oracle, the spokesperson of Apollo. By the 6th Century BC this had become such an important place that great leaders from near and far would actually send emissaries here to ask the oracle for advice before making big decisions. So ...