Wednesday, June 11, 2008

The Peloponnesus

Our drive from Athens to the bed and breakfast was rather uneventful. We did pass over the Corithian Canal, which is basically carved out of solid rock. It took a very long time to do that, so the least we could do was take a picture.


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Following the directions to the B&B, we started driving down increasingly smaller and narrower roads, until we were driving through some sort of vineyard/olive grove at dusk. But we found the place. And our reward was waking up to see this:





This is where breakfast was served

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Near the B&B, there was an amphitheater, so we went and checked it out. You really could hear folks way down in the middle of the circle talking in a regular voice. Amazing.

RRR imagines what it would be like to address a sold out crowd
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