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The morning started when I woke up at 9:25 and was supposed to meet at bus at 9:50! Oops - never dreamed I would sleep so long. Must have been tired from the noisy hotel in Athens. From now on, I will set my alarm! Fortunately (I suppose!) I will not waste away missing one breakfast... On our way to Mycenae we drove by other ancient ruins including the site of Tyrins with evidence of human activity 5000 years ago. On a near by hill ...
... or West along the channel. Thus we had one afternoon of quite strong winds that caused a few boat anchors to drag and 2 large yachts alongside us had difficulty maintaining their position on the quay giving some disquiet about whether our own anchor would hold. Fortunately it all turned out ok and the winds dropped off after just 3 hours and everyone got back to relaxing and enjoying the location.
This morning, we left Hydra around 9:00a.m.. In fact all the boats that were crowding us out of our once roomy spot -- were also leaving..... Entering the Saronic Gulf, it was very windy, but the wave action did not reflect the force of the wind, which is a good thing. Once just outside of Poros, the water calmed, and we slowly made our way into the very green, harbor area of the island of Poros. This terrane reminds me very much of the water, and greenness of Washington ...
... on the powers of Asclepius. They then slept overnight in the abaton, a big sleeping hall. Their dreams held the key to the healing process. They reported their dreams to a priest the following day and he prescribed a cure, often involving a visit to the baths or a gymnasium. Since snakes were sacred to Asclepius, they were often used in healing rituals and it is believed that they actually used licks from snakes as one of ...
... The ruling class inhabited the hilltop palace while artisans and merchants lived outside the city walls. It was abandoned or destroyed in 1200 BC.
The Lion Gate was erected in the 13th century BC when the walls were realigned to enclose Grave Circle A. Grave Circle A, 16th century BC, contained six royal family graves containing 19 bodies and 31 pounds of gold funeral items including what is called the mask of Agamemnon. It ...