AKS Porto Heli Hotel
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morning we headed out early for Epidauros to see the archaeological site
including the theater and healing center. There Dr. Hatlie gave us an
introduction before we had the opportunity to check out the theater. The
theater itself is quite large and we had the opportunity to go sit in it while
some students stood on the center disk and sang or talked. The best performance
was definitely Ed, ...
... was the bronze statue of Zeus/Poseidon (they don’t actually know which one it is). We didn’t have a ton of time in this museum, because we had to head out to Corinth. At the archaeological site of Corinth we had a couple lectures of introduction to Corinth, St. Paul in Corinth, and the Doric temple to Apollo. Honestly at this point I’ve gotten kind of numbed to seeing so many churches and ruins, 10 day ...
... to understand why they cannot go to the Cyclades.
Since Sunsail have failed to be bothered to inform the clients that the route has changed and have left me high and dry I have decided to just do what a twenty something newbie skipper would do and push all the complaints back towards the management. One client told me that I had better be prepared to have every client for the rest of the season ...
... Nafplio, the son of the god Poseidon. As we approached, the town's lights twinkled in the distance along the coast, creating such a captivating picture, it was difficult to tear yourself away from the sight!
But when we entered the town, nothing could prepare us for the incredible beauty of it! Venetian-influenced architecture made you feel as if you were in Italy! Narrow cobblestone streets, fountains, amazing architectural buildings, whose beauty held ...
... course this isn't your standard flat, square design, so the roads follow the elevation of the land. This does mean that they meander back and forth across the face of the mountain somewhat. There is a nice mix of churches/monasteries within the city limits too, which we pass several of on our wanderings. They are lovely, but much like the others we have seen, both active and ruined.
Having had our fill of the Lower City we hoof it back to the car (further than we ...