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... son, Theseus, was dead. Hence the name of the "Aegean Sea." I didn't see him there, but I definitely could see how these cliffs were perfect for him to achieve his goal. Here! Check them out yourselves.
It was a simple day of ancient site seeing and lounging on the beach and was a successful close to the month of September.
Last weekend marked my favorite ...
... enjoyed a new upsurge under the Romans. Even after the introduction of Christianity and the silencing of the oracles, the sanctuary at Epidaurus was still known as late as the mid 5th century, although as a Christian healing center.
The prosperity brought by the Asclepieion enabled Epidaurus to construct civic monuments too. The theater was the greatest in the Greek world; and, fortunately, is the best preserved. The theater was designed by Polykleitos the Younger in ...
... boat would be leaving in about an hour and a half, so be back before then! It took a while to get off the boat, but I followed some of the guys. They seemed to know where they were going. The guys all went to a point and did some cliff jumping. They would climb up on the rocks and jump into the water. I didn't have my swimming suit on at the time so I just watched and took some pictures. Afterward, Alex, Amir, Adam, and I (I think ...
... from the harbour. I found the restaurant wasn’t well marked by signs, but the map in the book got me close enough that I could find it. There was only one other couple there when I arrived, along with the Waitress who was from Belgium. However, two other couples from the tour showed up so the five of us had dinner together. We all ordered different Pasta dishes, and although the order took awhile to arrive but the food was great. At the end of the meal, ...
Cycled into the ancient theater of Epidavros - heralded to be the best preserved of the ancient world, and I believe it could be true.
Immense in size it can seat 14 000 people, and it’s still used today. Built into the surrounding hillside, it’s extremely stable and it shows. Barely any decay even though it was made in the 3rd century BC. Incredible to see how perfect ...