Hotel Apollon Corinth
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... much passion for the language it hurts. She has a strong and firm voice and is not afraid to call on people. Her English is rather broken, but still she has enough of a grasp to make a connection. The first day she taught us what our names mean in Greek. Mine is Alexandros, meaning Dealer of Men / Leader of Men / Controller of Men. Yes mine is the best.
Now in Greek class back in the states I would have to tell you that ...
... again on it in 1882 and was finished in 1893. After this time the income into Corinth fell drastically and the city declined.
The canal is only 4 miles long, but the walls are extremely steep being 26 feet deep. It is only 75 feet wide. There are two bridge at ground level that cross the waterway and three bridge at the top. The two lower bridges are wooden on steel supports. They go down into the water to a depth on 8 feet when boats ...
... the cape between the seas. The most interesting thing was that it was designed in ancient Roman times but built in the 19th century using the original Roman plans. Quite amazing.
We have entered into the world of the New Testament where St Paul and his companions established the first Christian communities throughout his four missionary journeys. The plan is to journey out to Ancient Corinth this morning where the apostle Paul lived for almost two years, teaching the ...
... what the beach was called but it was the beach. Parked in Kallas Restaurant parking area, down an alley and onto the beach. A few groines in front of each restaurant. The water was beautiful. The rocks to get to it not so much.
had dinner in one of the restaurants, Graham and I had seafood risotto, Ruth mussels and David Paella. Delicious.
Apparently this his is the area the. Greeks come to holiday. Could spend a week or three. ...
... time.Corinth contains many interesting facts and was a very important city to ancient Greeks and Romans. We stood by the bema of Corinth, where St. Paul once spoke, and sang "Sing Me to Heaven." It was a bit rough and we did not sound confident, but we received a compliment from some by standers so that is always nice. After we left Corinth we stopped to see the Corinth Canal and then returned to Athens and ate lunch at Vyzantio Restaurant. The ...
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