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Greece 2010 - Delphi


We boarded the motorcoach and left the hotel for a scenic drive to Delphi. Again, we were treated to Andi's stories and knowledge - how does she know so much about everything?!?!?!

We walked through Delphi, seeing where the oracle had been, as well as many lesser-known components of the site - a stadium included. The hill was steep to the top; but worth the views of the area.

The museum here was also great and many of us were able to spend time enjoying the antiquities.

We left the site to get lunch, which included rooster, and enjoy a spectacular view from the restaurant.

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