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... Olympian stadium.
Very boring day really as felt that it was too much information that we were being feed I literally couldn't remember anything or take it in. Seemed the same as yesterday really.
Had lunch in Delphi and changed buses 14 new people joined the tour. Then drove to Kalabaka arriving at 8pm to our hotel. Checked out the town then played 500 with the family before bed.
... on the Gulf of Corinth as well. As nice as this place is, and I really do like it, there just isn’t enough to do here to keep me for another day. Tomorrow morning a bus leaves for Meteora, so I’m going to give that a shot. I think it takes about six hours to get up there, but from what I hear, the views are well worth it. I’ll report back tomorrow with my ...
... of the Olympians, as well as centaurs, Amazons, and Titans.
An important art history note is the discovery of the Kuros, or the twins. They could be depictions of Helen of Troy's twin boys, but they could also be dedicated to someone else. Either way, they were created in around 580 BC and have the exact same position - their hands are stiffly at their sides, with their left foot forward as if they are about to take a step. They have the ...
... with a visit to the museum where we saw several artifacts from Delphi itself with the premier artifact being a bronze statute of a charioteer. Bronze would have been very expensive back then and to have survived all these years, over two thousands, makes it so very valuable.
From the ancient city of Delphi we headed into modern Delphi for lunch, again it was mostly traditional food. Today Danielle had Pastitsio which ...
... winners would be treated like gods in their village – awesome!
We also saw the stadium which is still relatively like it used to be. As you walk in, there are statues with names of all the cheaters, which is supposed to be a warning. The runners would walk through a tunnel, take off all their clothes and then run out into the stadium, ready for their race. Back in this time, they didn’t run around a track, they would run ...