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... book! They have it! Man dragging, I cheering, plowing down the pedestrians, we got the the book. Success. Bought presents and food for his Greek family and walked home to our apartment of great piles for a shower. Bags to metro to airport to Athens, hello Mom, hello Dad, nice chocolate, yelling about and inside the car. Greek customs. Car to Xylokastro. Food on food on food. ...
... begin. This compound is located on an earthquake fault line and Penny tells us that there has been small tremors occurring over the last 5 days. There was supposed to be one last night but we didn't feel anything.
After walking around the archeological site we move on to the nearby museum. In here we see a model and pictures of what the compound is thought to have looked like. We also get to see items that have been uncovered during the dig, including parts of ...
... sanctuary to he administrative town of Chrisso for lunch. We then went back to the Delphi museum, this had changed, viewed the Indus but the most stunning of all is the Charioteer. We then walked the Ancient Sacred Way of Delphi to the Temple of Apollo and the Oracle. Finished the site and stayed at the Amalia Hotel ...
... a bunch of first-time youngsters through to the bus stop to go to the coach station. We'd discovered by this time that the train still isn't running out of Patra.
Managed to get a seat on the first coach to Athens and slept most of the way there, waking up briefly in time to point out the Corinth Canal to a couple of Australians.
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Arriving in Kalavryta we inquired about the train schedule, only to discover the train workers were on strike, which we are finding is frequent in Greece. Trains are running tomorrow, maybe, but no one was certain. We toured the little town and decided to move on and drive the gorge road to Diakofto. The gorge was a deep, with ...