Hotel Kanelli Beach
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... Patra was a bit scary driving through to the port, there were lots of illegal immigrants on the streets and very heavy security with the trucks all being searched and our car was searched twice.
There's quite a few bikers on the boat so of course Steve starts a conversation and they tell us there's tickets for the GP and recommend a place to stay which is 15 mins from the track and only 60 euro per night - ...
... home to the tholos, I am a little excited as it was one of the ones I studied in my research project in year 13, it is absolutely amazing to see a sit there in awe taking it in I am way happier than I should be to see this temple. We spend the afternoon and evening eating cheese and crackers on our balcony and wandering around the greater ...
The day started off briskly with a very fresh 8 degrees. Our highlight visit today is to the ruins of the Delphi Oracle compound - The centre of which is the Temple of Apollo. We learnt that people came here to ask the intermediaries of the Gods the questions of life. Once again we climb many steps, passing the treasuries of different Ancient Greek States, with engravings celebrating winning battles, and originally containing offerings to Apollo. One treasury has been ...
... off we went. With Sharon driving, we made it without incident straight on to the highway (and my new best friend 'Simon' telling us to U turn as soon as we got out of the rental place, which was in the wrong direction!) It was really bright on the road so I turned to get my sunglasses only to find that Simon had deserted us! Now you must appreciate that I have had a few problems with ...
... Bay of Itea.
We then visited the Delphi Archaeological Museum.
We had lunch at the town of Itea on the Bay. It guards access to the sanctuary of
Delphi. We had real calamari which was
delicious. The ice cream was ...