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... He would just drone on for long periods of time and then walk silently to the next location and it just made the day feel like years.
The guide also used a book on Ancient Olympia to guide the tour, showing us the picture in the book and then explaining what the book said next to the picture. I know this because my Mom had the exact same book from her travels to Greece and I read it about a week before we left. The ...
... to walk through the competitors tunnel to the athletic track, where the competitors would remove their clothes and compete in the nude - a celebration of mind and body. We walk the length of the track, crossing the finish line - pretending what it would be like to be the winner of the race. We walk to the entry steps of the temple of Zeus and see where the statue of Nike stood on a tall white ivory column. We see the one restored column at the rear of the temple, giving ...
... the site, that I had been here before, and not in this life. We had a short free time in the township then up the hill tour hotel the Europa this was the be hotel by far. If I could I would give it a 6 star rating. We had a balcony room over viewing the gardens and pool. Beside this was a bar and behind this was a Taverna where we had an outside dinner. This area was on the hill top, we had beautiful views of the ...
... the ancient games were held and imagine what it would have been like. Our tour guide Maria had so many fascinating stories about how things were done at the olympics and the history surrounding them, it was totally fascinating and I only wish I could have recorded everything.
After a little over 2 hours wandering around the ruins it was time to head to our hotel for the evening. Nothing flash but it is comfortable enough.
... piece (and second and third, sorrynotsorry) of Greek baklava. I'm almost ashamed that it took so long (but lol not really I mean Happy Donuts Hours and loukoumades and Kosmidis?), but I got to it eventually :) . There was also another group of students in the area, younger than us, from England. I'm loving the different accents that I get to hear wherever I go (well ok so far only Tanzanian, English, and French. But still).
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