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... not common this inscription provides critical evidence that Paul's Corinthian house churches included some local figures of impressive reputation.
As more buses delivered still more students, I surrendered the site and headed to lunch. Reading Paul's Letters to the Corinthians wasn't so bad over a quiet Greek lunch looking out at the Bay of Corinth!
As I exited the return bus mistakenly before the main bus terminal, I ...
... I am convinced when I see two cyclamen flowers under the shade of pine trees on my way up. We usually have them in November!
The descent for me is like flying and Yianni is climbing down the 178 stairs without a single complain. (There were more step after we reached the entrance with the elderly nun mind you)!!
So, with this last visit our day’s excursion is over…..I hope you enjoyed the trip.
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... country is into and still trying to give the best they can to offer good services. Have in mind that I don’t judge the hotel as I would have judged it if the situation had been different. I do justice with the management at this moment and I am sure the majority of guests who are out here might have never had the chance to book in this specific resort if the situation was otherwise. You see, the H/B packages are unbelievably low contrary to what the hotel ...
... the town and along by the harbour where there are a few tavernas and restaurants. I ate at one opposite the port - a hearty meal, as my salad was quickly augmented by various extras including a desert.
I looked for signs of the recession in Greece. Yes there were some shops empty, and many places advertised for rent, but that is often the case out of season. ...
... or the Trojan Woman! There have been so many times on this trip when I have wished for a time machine just to be able to go back in time and see these places in their hay-day but then perhaps what I imagine it to be is possibly better than the reality!!
Epidavrous was not only a magnificent theatre site but also an extensive therapeutic and religious centre dedicated to the healing god Asklepios. There are the ruins of Temples, a small ampitheatre, a halfway hotel ...