Kallirroi - Xenonas - Guesthouse
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... find a good recipe, and work with the small amount of kitchen supplies we have to create a LOT of food. It was funny seeing everyone's posts on our Facebook group. "can we use someone's oven?" "does anyone have extra knives? We don't have any." "does anyone have a potato peeler?" Our apartment was making stuffing, and our bread got moldy! With lots of teamwork and brains, we all overcame these challenges. The thanksgiving meal was awesome! We ...
... up to the event. We saw the ruins of the Palestra (wrestling school), the Temples of Zeus and Hera, Cheaters Statues (public shaming!), the Row of Treasuries, the Krypti (a long tunnel that the athletes ran through to make their appearance in the Stadium Bring-on-the-Mountaineers style), and so much more. Truly incredible and, again, the Greeks have done a wonderful job with an on-site museum which beautifully supplements the site itself and houses some of the artifacts to ...
... on a hill which provided some great views over the valley and on a distant hill, we could see what was supposedly the reclining figure of the ancient King Agamemnon at rest on his back. We had lunch of stuffed tomatoes and greek salad at a local cafe before seeing a pottery demonstration at a local Mycenaean art studio. We bought a couple of small pieces before heading off to Olympia while listening to relaxing Greek music ...
... On the way we got to cross the Charilaos trikoupis bridge an impressive example of modern engineering. Completed in 2004, just before the start of the Olympics, it is 2.8km long, 28m wide, and is the world's second longest cable-stayed deck. Pretty impressive actually.
We continued our drive to Delphi and drove through some spectacular country. The road up to Delphi zig zags its way ...
... received along with free food for life in their home city state. Sadly, I only won free food till the end of the cruise…
We left the ancient sanctuary and bused back to a small portside café with tables set up with sampling platters of authentic Greek delicacies. There were fresh cucumbers, tomatoes, feta cheese, octopus, cheese filled pastries, falafels, olives, wines and ouzo, a strong licorice flavored alcohol. Since I am legal drinking age in Greece ...