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DAY 49 – April 30, 2015
Now we are on the Peloponnese peninsula and the small port village of Katakolo that acts as the port for the capital city of Pygros and the jump-off point for trips to Olympia. There is nothing much here but shops and friendly and enthusiastic locals.
Olympia, the home of the first Olympics staged back in 776 BC. The site has a tranquility that is hard to explain ...
... his theological treatises. It resulted in lengthy prison terms and subsequent exiles. History favored him as he became one of the most influential Orthodox theologians. His relics are preserved in a sculpted gold & silver sarcophagus within the confines of the edifice.
It was a quiet ...
... a modern winery with underground tanks, electricity only came to this area in 1963 - then in 1985 Christos the present owner (who has 3 degrees from English Universities in Agriculture, Economics & Marketing) and his 4th generation started a more modern winery installing stainless steel tanks and up todate cooling systems & this modern winery is now in the hands of the 4th & 5th generation. After the very interesting tour they provided us with a nice greek ...
... was every bit as spectacular as I had been lead to believe. Despite being off season there were still hundreds gathered at the Ventian Castle on the towns tip to watch the sunset, As the sun dipped behind the horizon the crowd burst into applause and then within what seemed to be minutes vanished. It seemed such a shame they left so quickly as the village itself had so much to offer and they also missed out on an amazing full moon.
For dinner we went to a ...
... directly down on to the Temple of Zeus and Hadrian's Gate. A very efficient underground railway system made it easy to travel around, though we found our hotel was in walking distance of many attractions, shops and restaurants. We had dinner in the Plaka- the old city - in what can only be described as some lovely traditional Greek restaurants. Very ambient, with the floodlit Acropolis in the background. Many ...