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... in 1936 by the Germans. We are standing in a 600 BC site for goodness sake. It was a beautiful peaceful place which is what the games were about. Any one could compete despite social hierarchy and war should stop for the games and all came in peace. Then we walked "the tunnel" into the stadium. The hills where spectators sit are full of wild flowers. The stadium itself not much, but your imagination puts you at the games. We had ...
... place we visited had so many interesting and beautiful things to see and do. I definitely hope to return someday! Leaving Greece was bitter sweet, I have to leave that beautiful country, but get to return to the beautiful city of Rome....such a hard life we have over here! Unfortunately returning to Rome does mean the return to school and reality! Western Civilization exam on Wednesday and then we will be off on our next adventures.
Until Next time,
... that this town's only support is tourism from being located beside such an important UNESCO site. It really didn't have too much to offer other than some tourist shops, mini markets and several hotels and restaurants. I was told however when talking to some others whom were staying there, that the hiking and beach close by where worth staying here on top of seeing the ruins. Food for thought to those interested, but in the most part it is a tour bus stop along the ...
... only the best of the best ended up here. The warring factions of the territories of the day called a truce every four years to allow the visiting teams to cross enemy territory without harm.
The world heritage site is a recognisable complex of temples, hotels, spa baths and public dwellings. The pathway to the archway that leads to the stadium used to be lined on both sides with statues. On the left were the cheaters and on ...
... B usually means stops and bus changes in several cities along the way. For each leg of the journey, you buy a separate ticket, and the ticket agent in any one city has no clue about the buses leaving from the next or from any other city. I imagine it’s how the stage coach system worked in the 1800’s. The most ironic of all is the name of the bus company--KTel. Say no more, nudge nudge wink wink. Okay, that aside, other than 1 missed bus, and ...