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... birthplace of Zeus (others thought it was Mt Olympus - many miles away in northern Greece. The minimal remains of the Gymnasium is next - here the athletes trained for a month before the games - gymnos means naked - which is how they trained and competed. The center of the site was the Temple of Zeus - almost as big as the Parthenon. Not much is left except earthquake rubble - and we needed to imagine the 40 foot statue of Zeus - one of the Seven Wonders ...
... a shame in the end because today's fine and windy weather offered the best views of the top of the Falls at very close quarters. The mobile's camera was employed to its limited effect. The nearby souvenir shop (tack and junk) did sell Tilley hats and having had my first one for over 20 years it seemed a good idea to go for a newer model, ventilated and cheaper than at home. Not like me to splash out, twice in ONE ...
Nothing starts a trip like having a fully packed car and a dead battery, but after a quick charge we finally hit the road towards Rochester. With no major roadblocks to report, we made it to visit with our wonderful hosts Leanne, Andy, and Tim, who introduced us to the glory of PF Chang's, and resurfaced some old photo albums with some less than flattering pictures of our ...
Lots of autumn color in mountains of Vermont. Passed up a museum of "Humor in Art". Along Interstate 90 in NY, between Rest Areas (food & gas) were official pull-off areas for texting. Fields of corn and fields of goldenrod and pampas grasses and Queen Anne's ...
... shower later that night since we were just going to get sweaty and dirty during the day. We learned much later that this was a fateful decision. Regardless, we had an absolute blast walking through the Olympic ruins, especially Andrea, who cries at every opening ceremony or Bob Costas' inspirational athlete story every four years (winter or summer games - it does not matter). We took the obligatory picture at the ...