Hotel Apollon Corinth
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... Nancy' (our nickname for IPAD) and that we could use that if worst came to worst which for me is better than nothing but far from what I would ideally like for such photo opportunities that lay ahead. Nothing to be done but try not let the anxiety ruin the experience of visiting the places ahead.
Travelling to Corinth continued to be scenic in its own Greek way for example seeing a marble hill just sticking up is something we do ...
... place where Lord Byron died of a fever whilst supporting the Greek War of Independence. What a strange contrast with a dingy, apparently economically struggling looking town with a marina alongside the lagoon full of classy yachts! Reached our hotel at Kastraki at about 10pm after about an hour of driving along a curvy pass through the mountains.
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... based on a poor man who was crucified as a criminal. He had to convince those living in a Greek world, one in whicn which the grandeur of the ancient world and the importance of their Gods was represented by temples, marble and great wealth. He must have been a great salesman. ��
BIZARRE fact of the day ...
The 'consorts' of Ancient Corinth that serviced the sailors had words embossed on the bottom of their sandals that printed the message 'follow me'into the ...
... marketplace), cisterns, ruins from an ancient synagogue that include an inscription of a menorah, and the ancient Bema (place for public addresses, called the “tribunal” in Acts of the Apostles) where Paul spoke to the Corinthians. (Paul was also in Corinth when he wrote his letter to the Thessalonians).
Typically, the most memorable things of a trip like this one are the things that happen that aren’t planned ahead ...
... the Temple of Apollo which is the most striking structure in the city. We then viewed the Agora and we viewed the remains if the Fountain of Peirene. Once we left Corinth, we headed back to the city of Athens and went to the Acropolis to see the Parthenon. On our way we visited the Corinth canal which was a beautiful site. This site was huge and absolutely amazing!!! We finally arrived to the Acropolis. ...
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