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... for Apollo's answer - which would then be interpreted or explained by a priest in a vague riddle like way. The site also has a well preserved theater for song contests to honor Apollo, made of marble and able to seat 5000. It was built into the steep hill side. It is believed that the Bronze Charioteer stood outside the entrance. I was reminded of concerts at the Gorge or Red Rocks - the audience would have looked over the stage at the stunning scenery. When athletic ...
... a neighbouring table. She was ostensibly selling trinkets. The waiter told the diners that she would have taken their bags or phones in an instant. We had earlier been told to be more cautious of "gypsy" thieves at night in the town. Back at the accommodation we again took up time with the slow internet and it was midnight before we got to bed, having set the alarm for 4am, with our airport transfer to pick us up at ...
... the history of gods within a few words and kept us all enchanted for the next four hours.
Dora explained that the path to the modern path to the acropolis had been constructed to include history artefacts, like a sacrificial basin we stopped at. As we entered the Acropolis Dora explained to the kids about Nike and the wings, and how Athena the Nike had her wings clipped so that Athens would always hold victory and the Propylea.
Dora showed us the temple to ...
... the restaurant was called Psaras which is Greek for "fisherman" and the restaurant was over 100 years old. there were at least three separate buildings which the restaurant operated from and we were kind of positioned in the middle of them. The tables were sprawling out throughout the alley and up the stairs. There was a rooftop garden and I think you had to have reservations to eat up there. we ended up on the stairs... the candlelit table was very ...
... internet connection (
bear with me!). We have a gorgeous pool and nearby beach access. Glyfada has
many night clubs and high end fashion- it is a pricey area. Despite this the
tourists here are from other areas of Greece- besides the accommodating hotel
staff, many people around us speak little English. The signs, food, stores are
all written in Greek. As a result, I am picking up words, phrasing and
spellings very, very ...