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Here is my little (or long) bit about Greece! It was an incredible 10 days, and I sincerely hope to return some time! Hopefully my account doesn't overlap Cas's too much (though we were together most of the trip... :) ) Here goes:Friday morning we left early for the seven hour drive to the ferry in Bari. On our way, we stopped at the Basilica di San Nicola along the way and had a short lecture, then in the FREEZING COLD, we had to wait for the ferry. And when ...
The walk back into Delphi was lovely in the sunshine. We arrived at the archeological site half an hour later and entered. The pretty hillside-strewn ruins were in use for over 1500 years. The sanctuary was adorned with many buildings and dedications to Apollo erected by Greek City States. Worshipers purified them selves in the Castilian Spring, and bought a votive offering if they hadn't bought one with them, from the Roman Market which is where the ...
... and then further to the Pronaos or temple of Athene, most of which is just the foundations apart from the three columns remaining of
the Tholos which was a round structure.
We tried to imagine how it would have looked when all the buildings were
there with the painted friezes and statues. To read ...
... a chat (he also invited us to his families restaurant for dinner... Marketing much?). It also turns out that the people of Delphi raise their prices for Americans, and give Aussies the normal price. The first store we walked into the man asked us where we were from. As soon as he found out we were Australians everything was knocked down to half price (I'm not complaining!) and he spoke very poorly about the Americans he ...
... Shade... At farm house... I thought it was pretty cool that someone took the time to flag bikes down to give them services. I didn't see anyone home, so I didn't get to talk to them. It made me really happy that people like that are out here though. I arrived at the lake and saw a sign that said no camping. Being that I just biked 80 miles to get here and the next camp ...