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Travel Blogs from Kithnos
... pictures. I can't stress enough how amazing the view was. It sort of reminded me of Ireland, so that was bittersweet--because, well, I miss Ireland and it sort of sucked to remind myself that I wasn't there. But Greece is pretty cool too :)
About twenty minutes before we thought the sun was going to set, we wandered over to the Temple. We got into the site for free, because it was Sunday (Sundays from November 1st to March 31st you can get into sites for ...
... guy tapping on a drain pipe with a stilson. And just in case you missed it the first time it tolled again at 8.00.
Diane went to the bakery for some fresh bread and by the time she was back, the boys were ready to get moving. By the time I had got out of bed at 10.30 we were well kn our way. I was a bit cranky because I missed the breakfast the girls normally make. Cereals, fruit salad and Greek Yogurt. It tastes great. ...
... of the guard. From my days in NJROTC and attending military events and even visiting The Citadel, I remember well planned maneuvers of soldiers in military dress executing incredible spectacles with or without rifles in timed patterns. Well, this is done at The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Athens, but in a much simpler way. Still, it was quite intriguing. Here is someone else's video of part it: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=msA0OiAP ...
... as manifested in the form of storms, was greatly feared by sailors. In this age, storms at sea frequently resulted in shipwrecks and death by drowning. The Temple at Sounion was a place where sailors, cities and even states, could propitiate Poseidon, by making sacrifices and leaving gifts. The columns of the temple still stand. All sailors coming and going to ...
... at Thorikos is straight-up the oldest stone theatre in Greece. It was the subject of a mild restoration in the 90's, but only about a quarter of the theatre looks as it did in antiquity. What we saw, then, was an overgrown pile of rocks, roughly. But it was the most beautiful sight I have ever seen. Thorikos is an amalgamation of the previous rectangular wooden theatres that were lost in histroy, and the circular stone theatres that remain extant. There has been much debate as to ...
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