Isthmia Prime Hotel
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“I’d like to make a toast. To Justin, finishing his travels! And to us, traveling together as a family again.”
-----My mom, fifty-five years young and happy, sat beneath the Mediterranean sun outside a Greek restaurant. She ordered a “xoriatiki”, a Greek salad, and sat comfortably surrounded by blue: the white-and-turquoise tablecloths, the blue Mediterranean, the blue sky. My dad, an intelligent writer with black ...
... again on it in 1882 and was finished in 1893. After this time the income into Corinth fell drastically and the city declined.
The canal is only 4 miles long, but the walls are extremely steep being 26 feet deep. It is only 75 feet wide. There are two bridge at ground level that cross the waterway and three bridge at the top. The two lower bridges are wooden on steel supports. They go down into the water to a depth on 8 feet when boats ...
The final kilometres of road between Athens and Corinth, traveled by Paul, Timothy and Silas, featured steep rocky hills plunging to narrow white beaches and bays. The way was often narrow. Bandits waited for travellers. Stories of ancient Greek heroes and gods abounded in this region. A land bridge, with ports either side, connected Southern Greek regions (Archaia) with the North. Today boats and ships travel from one port to the ...
... As today was our last day before heading home, it felt as if everyone was paying extra close attention to the details, trying to soak in every detail before the end of the trip. As we stood on the ancient Bema where Paul addressed the people of Corinth, one of the students said “We have to sing here.” We stood in a circle and sang Dan Gawthrop’s Sing Me To Heaven, with nobody there to listen but ourselves. A wonderful ...
... dominated Athens for over 2,000 years and is the highest point of the city! This being a breath taking site was a great way to end our journey. We were actually able to take it all in and take in this chance of a life time. This was such an awesome opportunity. We are sad that this is the end of our journey but at the same time we are so excited to go home and tell all of our stories to our friends and loved ...