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... it is just a bunch of rocks you get a real sense of how this place functioned as a sports training complex back in the day .......... and the statues in the museum are amazing ... Topped-off by the fact that they were all found at the site.
Last but not least is the Temple of Zeus. The heart of Olympia and were every four years the Olympic torch is lit for the ceremonial trip to wherever the next Modern Olympics is being ...
... to not accommodate adults. Neither was it built according to U.S. building codes. The step leading into the bathroom is at least 18" high and it’s nearly impossible to sit on the toilet without jamming the left knee into a wall that was extended at that juncture. Somehow, though, it ...
... worsened when the passenger in front of me reclined her chair. It barely touched my nose. In fact, the laminated safety card could barely slide between the two.
How was I to take my meal? The tray that unfolds barely made it out before it hit my chest. There was no way it could hold a dinner plate let alone a Happy Meal. After much misgivings, I waived off my dinner and settled for water all the while ...
... for Zeus the king of the Greek Gods and the stadium, which held up to 40,000 spectators. I went for a little run in the stadium.
A marvelous day walking amongst these once magnificent ruins. A very advanced civilization such a long time ago. We took lots of pictures of the ruins. We also had tickets to tour the Archaeological Museum ...
... as well as looking through the shops I enjoyed people watching just as much. I began my hunt for my Greek souvenir and shunning the usual tourist tack I narrowed it down to either a backgammon board burned with a picture of the local area or some traditional shadow puppets....the hunt was on.
That afternoon I made it up the Acropolis and to the Parthenon. It felt very surreal to be there and the views were stunning. I had no idea Athens was so big and from the top ...