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... in Corinth. I later discovered this room is not usually open but an earlier group was given special access and they forgot to close the door.
These kids were everywhere, and the buses kept coming disgorging more and more students. They did not want to be there any more than I wanted them there. For the first time I longed for the very serious German tourist busload, or perhaps the Japanese tour group buzzing around the site ...
The Saint is said to have done many miracles and helps people with serious diseases. In the area there are other monasteries –that of St. Elias and Saint John the Baptist and St. Panteleimon.
We leave the car in the parking lot, greet a lady selling herbs and honey and ask why the big iron door leading to the monastery is closed.
"Oh you have to climb up 178 stairs to come to the monastery" she replies.
What a ...
... Essentials, but also an Italian product (One for You) body lotion. With regret I noticed that for two persons they give 2 shampoos and only one bath gel and no salts or anything extra for the Jacuzzi but I asked the lady to replace shampoo with bath gel at least! I recommend that guests should ask for some extras in case they need them instead of complaining.
Restaurant: We only tried the Amphitrion Restaurant this time where we had our breakfast and dinner ...
The weather had turned bright and sunny again, with a daytime temperature of 28 degrees C and at night 18 degrees C.
I wanted to catch up on developments along the beach at Corinth and I was pleased with what I found. More new apartments and houses, fewer piles of debris, and some sculptures. Of course at this time of year there is no holiday atmosphere but there were people strolling around and it felt ...
... through to get to the stage have been re-erected, there are only the ruins of the Proskenion and Skene (the extension to the stage) left but it gives you a good idea of how it was set up. The theatre is still used in the summer for a festival of ancient drama!
George and I went down onto the stage, not to do any ancient drama but just to talk normally to see if Nick and Alex, who went and sat up at the top of the seats, could hear us. It was quite amazing that ...