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Travel Blogs from Olympia
Not sure if part one got published so will try again... We started the day with a good breakfast and loaded up the coach and traveled to the Olympic museum due to some light rain. The museum was great and Costas gave another of his excellent talks throughout the morning. As we left the museum the sun came out and we walked the ruins of the Olympic …
After what seemed like an eternity on the bus, we arrived at Olympia, the birthplace of the Olympics. We started at the Olympic Sports Museum. After stuffed grape leaves and moussaka, we took a much needed break in our air conditioned hotel. We then went to the archeological site and museum, and embraced the sports. Go ...
... the track however he carved up betting me by a long distance but I can say that I competed on the original group.
Took in the museum afterwards to discover what the Archaeologist had discovered so far its incredible what they can piece together and the history they discover with each piece they find.
After the Museum we drove along the South West Coast up to Delphi going over the Rion-Antirion ...
Katakolo / Olympia, Greece
“As to the gods, I have no means of knowing either that they exist or do not exist. For many are the obstacles that impede knowledge, both the obscurity of the question and the shortness of human life.”
Katakolo (Greek: Κατάκο 55;ο) is a seaside town in the municipality of Pyrgos in western ...
... out what that was for. The entrance to the stadium was via an earthen covered limestone arch in one end and off to one side. The girls had left the ruins not long after arriving so it was just David and I so we could take our time. The history in this place is really worth just soaking it up. We left the ruins around 6 PM and headed back towards the hotel but on the way we were suddenly diverted when we came across the Museum of ...