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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Breakfast Available
- Hot tub
- Conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
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... pointed out all the rubbish and the way in which the gypsies live. To be fair there was a lot of rubbish but it seems as though they are making themselves a free recycling service for Greece, taking all the recyclable materials from cities (where they have to pay to recycle and it's pretty expensive) and building their homes from it. Our hotel is in the middle of nowhere but is ridiculously beautiful and I just ate an insane Greek buffet. I'm now off to sit by the pool and enjoy the ...
... and then I went to mass at a small local Church, before group dinner at the hotel. We turned in early tonight and just watched a movie in our room with hot tea, which was actually incredibly fun!
Thursday we had to wake up fairly early and we left for Epidauros. Here we got to see the great theater, which was so cool! Some students went into the center of the stage and performed various poems or songs. There was another group there touring too and ...
... of the church organ. Walking back to the campsite we stopped for lunch at a taverna, a lovely treat to eat out. It had stopped raining when we got back, we collected the washing and hung it out. We then used the free wifi to catch up on the blogs. Whilst cooking tea I had a go at making flapjack using condensed milk and malt extract, I can't find golden syrup here. It worked quite well, it has a caramel sort of flavour and is a bit ...
... up the mountain a bit to a different archaeological site, the one that has the Temple of Apollo (where the oracle of Delphi would have been). Here we had another lecture from both Dr. Hatlie and Dr. Freni before being given some time to walk around, enjoy the view, and check out the Archaeological Museum of Delphi. After checking it out on our own we headed back to the hotel to freshen up before mass. Since it’s Greece, and ...
... The boys had stubbornly not worn their gloves until after their fingers were wet and numb, but some warm breath in the gloves, and a little “I told you so” from me, made everyone feel much better about it all.
Despite the weather’s attempts to dampen spirits the site was remarkable. It would undoubtedly have looked prettier and been more enjoyable to see on a warm, sunny day. But these conditions, at least for me, had their own ...