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S: 2011-JUNE/JULY ROME TO ATHENS PART 1

BC: DEAR FAMILY, HAVING A WONDERFUL TIME! AND THERE IS STILL MORE TO COME--ATHENS AND OUR GREEK ISLANDS CRUISE. WISH YOU WERE HERE, LOVE, JILL & KEN | MORE TO COME...

FC: FROM ROME TO ATHENS | JUNE 22 TO JULY 4 PART 1

1: KEN & JILL ONE FOR THE ROAD.... | ON THE WAY TO ROME, WE HAD AN EXTENDED LAYOVER IN MUNICH

2: KEN, JILL ALONG WITH CHRIS MADE A QUICK TRAIN RIDE INTO MUNICH TO GRAB SOME FOOD AND OF COURSE A BEER..

3: THE ORIGINAL HOFBRAUHAUS

5: BACK TO THE AIRPORT-BUT OUR FLIGHT TO ROME WAS DELAYED DUE TO WEATHER:( | GERMANY COUNTRY SIDE

6: FINALLY IN ROME AFTER 24 HOURS OF TRAVEL | ROME AIRPORT | OUR RESTUARANT... | OUR HOTEL ROOM

7: ROME | WE MEET UP WITH THE REST OF OUR TRAVEL GANG FOR DINNER TIME | LURLENE | LINDA | CHRIS | PATTI | *THE CAPITAL OF ITALY-THE ETERNAL CITY* AN INCREDIBLE MIX OF ARCHEOLOGICAL GEMS, ROMAN GENIUS, RENANISSANCE ART AND RELIGIOUS TREASURES

8: THE ARTISTS OF THE VATICAN: MICHAELANGALO AND RAFAEL | ST. PETER'S BASILICA AND SQUARE WITH KEN | VATICAN CITY WALL

9: APOLLO- THE PERFECT MAN | VENUS- THE PERFECT WOMAN | VATICAN CITY HAS AN AREA OF 44,000 HECTARES AND IT IS THE SMALLEST INDEPENDENT STATE IN THE WORLD | JILL TOOK SOME ARTISTIC LICENSE... | WHERE DID THAT LEAF COME FROM? | HERCULES... | STATUES OF THE OCTAGONAL GARDEN AND CIRCULAR HALL

10: CEILING ART | TAPESTRIES OF JESUS'S LIFE

11: DURING OUR TOUR WE SAW WHERE EACH POPE WOULD EITHER ADD TO THE VATICAN OR REVISE AN AREA IN THE PALACE. WISH YOU WERE HERE, JILL AND KEN | HALL OF STATUES | MAP OF ITALY | THE VATICAN TOUR COVERS THREE MILES | DEA | DEA | DEAR FAMILY,

12: LARGE MURAL DEPICITING AND HONORING THE VIRGIN MARY | DOME- 448 FEET TALL

13: ST. PETER'S BASILICA THE MAIN ALTER BUILT OVER THE GRAVE SITE OF ST. PETER | MICHELANGELO'S PIETA MARY WITH JESUS AFTER TAKEN DOWN FROM BEING CURCIFIED

14: THE MAIN ALTER IS BUILT OVER THE SITE OF ST. PETER'S GRAVE | MAIN ALTER & DOME AREA | INSIDE ST. PETER'S BASILICA | CRIPTS OF OTHER POPES

15: MONUMENT TO POPE ALEXANDER VII, COMMISSIONED BY HIMSELF. IT WAS THE LAST WORK OF 80 YEAR OLD ARTIST, BERNINI | POPE JOHN PAUL IS BEING CONSIDER FOR SAINTHOOD | CRIPT OF POPE JOHN PAUL | THIS MURAL IS MADE OF TINY PIECES OF TILE

16: POPE'S APARTMENT- TOP FLOOR, LAST TWO WINDOWS - | BANNERS IN ST. PETER'S SQUARE ANNOUCING POPE JOHN PAUL'S SAINTHOOD | MULTIPLE PHONES BOOTH

17: ST. PETER'S BASILICA- THERE HAS ALWAYS BEEN A CHURCH ON THE SITE SINCE THE FOURTH CENTURY. THE PRESENT DAY CHURCH IS A LATE RENAISSANCE CHURCH, WITH CONSTRUCTION STARTING IN 1506 AND FINISHING IN 1626. IT HAS THE LARGEST INTERIOR OF ANY CHRISTIAN CHURCH IN THE WORLD. ST. PETER'S IS FAMOUS AS A PLACE OF PILGRIMAGE, ITS LITURGICAL FUNCTIONS AND FOR ITS HISTORICAL ASSOCIATIONS. | THE LETTERING ALONG THE CHURCH WALL BELOW ARE FIVE FEET TALL

18: SWISS ARMY GUARDS- FOUNDED IN 1506 AND IS THE ONLY SWISS GUARD STILL IN EXSISTANCE | LAYOUT OF VATICAN CITY | THE GUARDS HAVE A HIGH REPUTATION OF DISCIPLINE AND LOYALTY TO THEIR EMPLOYERS. THEY SERVE AS BODY GUARDS, CEREMONIAL GUARDS AND PALACE GUARDS.

19: THE SISTINE CHAPEL IS NAMED AFTER IT'S CIOMMISSIONER, SIXTUS IV DELLA ROVERE (1471-1484) | MICHELANGELO PAINTED SOME OF THE WORLD'S FINEST BIBLICAL PICTORIAL IMAGES ON THE CHAPEL'S CEILING, BETWEEM 1508-12 THIS WAS HIS FIRST ATTEMPT AT WORKING IN FRESCO

20: ORIGINALLY NAMED *THE FLAVIAN AMPHITHEATER* AFTER EMPEROR VESPASIAN, FOUNDER OF THE FLAVIAN DYNASTY. CONSTRUCTION OF THE COLOSSEUM STARTED IN AD 72 AND COMPLETED IN AD 80

21: COLOSSEUM | ROME

22: THE COLOSSEUM COULD ACCOMMO- DATE 55,000 SPECTATORS, WHO COULD ENTER THE BUILDING THROUGH NO LESS THAN 80 ENTRANCES.

23: KEN AND JILL AT THE COLOSSEUM | CROSS SHAPED SCAR ON COLOSSEUM WALL

24: SPECIAL SEATING AREA CROSS TO HONOR THE CHRISTIANS THAT LOSS THEIR LIVES AT THE COLOSSEUM

25: WHAT A GREAT TOUR WE HAD OF THE ELLIPICAL THEATER IN THE CENTER OF THE CITY OF ROME, THE LARGEST EVER BUILT IS CONSIDER ONE OF THE GREATEST WORK OF ROMAN ARCHITECTURE AND ENGINEERING! WISH YOU WERE HERE, JILL AND KEN | LOOKING INTO THE AREA UNDER FLOOR LEVEL | THE ORIGINAL HEIGHT OF THE COLOSSEUM | DEAR FAMILY,

26: THE COLOSSEUM HELD GLADIATORIAL CONTEST, AND PUBLIC SPECTACLES SUCH AS MOCK SEA BATTLES, ANIMAL HUNTS, EXECUTIONS, REENACTMENTS OF FAMOUS BATTLES AND DRAMAS.

27: JILL IN FRONT OF THE FORUM ROMANUM | THE AREA IS A RECTANGULAR PLAZA (FORUM) SURROUNDED BY THE RUINS OF SEVERAL IMPORTANT ANCIENT GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS AT THE CENTER OF THE CITY OF ROME. FOR CENTURIES IT WAS THE CENTER OF ROMAN PUBLIC LIFE. THE SITE OF TRIUMPHAL PROCESSIONS, AND ELECTIONS, VENUE FOR PUBLIC SPEECHES, CRIMINAL TRAILS, AND GLADIATORIAL MATCHES, AND NUCLEUS OF COMMERCIAL AFFAIRS.

28: THE FORUM ROMANUM | STATUES AND MONUMENT COMMEMORATE THE CITY'S GREAT MEN.

29: THE FORUM TODAY IS A SPRAWLING RUINS OF ARCHITECTURAL FRAGMENTS AND INTERMITTENT ARCHEOLOGICAL EXCAVATIONS | TEMPLE OF VERTA OF THE 7th CENTURY BC -THE COMPLEX OF THE VESTAL VIRGINS WHO WERE PRIESTESSES OF VESTA, GODDESS OF THE HEARTH. CHOOSEN AT AGES SIX T0 ELEVEN TO SERVE 30 YEARS OF CHASTITY

30: CHURCH (SAN LORENZO IN MIRANDA) WITHIN A TEMPLE (OF ANTONINUS & FAUSTINA) | OVER THE CENTURIES CHRISTIANS WOULD CONVERT PAGAN ROMAN TEMPLES INTO CHURCHES | THE TRIUMPHAL ARCH WAS DEDICATED IN AD 203 TO COMMEMORATE THE PARTHIAN VICTORIES OF EMPEROR SEPTIMIUS AND HIS TWO SONS, CARACALLA AND GETA FOR TWO CAMPAIGNS AGAINST THE PARTHIANS IN 194/5 AND 197/9 | OLD | NEW

31: TEMPLE OF SATURN IS A MONUMENT TO THE AGRICULTURAL DEITY-SATURN. IT IS THE OLDEST SURVIVIING FOUNDATION IN THE AREA. IT WAS ESTABLISHED BETWEEN 501-498 BC | ARCH OF SEPTIMIUS SEVERUS | TEMPLE OF SATURN

32: ALTAR AREA OF TEMPLE OF CAESAR STARTED IN 42 BC BY AUGUSTUS AFTER THE SENATE DEIFIED JULIUS CAESAR POSTHUMOUSLY. AUGUSTUS DEDICATED THE TEMPLE TO CAESAR (HIS ADOPTIVE FATHER) ON AUGUST 18, 29BC ON THE SITE OF CAESAR'S CERMATION | ROMAN FORUM | FLOWERS ON ALTAR AT THE TEMPLE OF CAESAR | TEMPLE OF ROMULUS | CHURCH OF SAINTS LUKE AND MARTINE

33: LOOKING THRU THE ARCH OF THE ROSTRA A PLATFORM BUILDING USED FOR PUBLIC SPEAKING | TEMPLE OF VESPASIAN AND TITUS

34: PANTHEON IS A TEMPLE "TO EVERY GOD" OF ANCIENT ROME. IT IS A CIRCULAR BUILDING WITH A PORTICO & CENTRAL OPENING - OCULUS

35: VOLUNTEERS HOLDING VIGIL OVER THE ROYAL TOMBS OF ITALIAN KINGS: VITTORIE EMANUELE II AND UMBERTO I AND HIS QUEEN MARGHERITA

36: SITES AROUND ITALY | MONUMENT OF VITTORIO EMANUELLE II | ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST CHURCH | BACK OF CHURCH | TOP | UNKNOWN SOLDIER TOMB | ROME HAS MORE OBELISKS THAN ANY OTHER PLACE IN THE WORLD- 8 EGYPTIANS AND 5 ROMAN | GODDESS VICTORIA | TO HONOR THE FIRST KING OF AN UNIFIED ITALY

37: TOMB OF CESTIUS BUILT ~18 BC-12 BC AS A TOMB FOR CAIUS CESTIUS, A MAGISTRATE & MEMBER OF SEPTEMVIRI EPULONUM RELIGIOUS CORPARATION | ANCIENT ROMAN RUINS | ANCIENT CITY GATE | ST. JOHN FESTIVAL MARKETPLACE ON THE RIVER BANK | PALAZZO DELLE ASSICURAZIONI

38: HIGH ABOVE ROME... | ROME

39: TREVI FOUNTAIN THE LARGEST BAROQUE FOUNTAIN IN THE CITY AT THE JUNCTION OF THREE ROADS (TRE VIE) | 3,500 EUROS ARE THROWN IN THE FOUNTAIN DAILY

40: PIAZZA NAVONA KEN RE-PROPOSED TO JILL WITH AN UPGRADED WEDDING RING SET (THE DIAMOND HAD FALLEN OUT OF THE RING) | FOUR RIVERS FOUNTAIN

41: WE TOOK THE EUROSTAR (A BULLET TRAIN) TO FLORENCE FOR A DAY TRIP (A 5 HOUR BUS TRIP TO AN 1 1/2 HOUR TRAIN TRIP) | DAY TRIP TO FLORENCE/FIRENZE | FLORENCE IS CONSIDER THE BIRTHPLACE OF THE RENAISSANCE AGE. IT IS THE CAPITAL CITY OF THE ITALIAN REGION OF TUSCANY. FLORENCE IS ALSO KNOW FOR IT'S ART AND ARCHITECTURE. | TIME TO GO ... | ST. MARIE NOVELLA CHURCH

42: ST. MARIE del FLORES | *ST. MARY OF THE FLOWER* USUALLY CALLED THE "DUOMO"-CATHEDRAL CONSTRUCTION OF THIS GOTHIC STYLE CHURCH WAS STARTED IN 1296

43: PIAZZA DELLA SIGNORIA | FOUNTAIN OF NEPTUNE | KEN | JILL AND HER CREME PUFF

44: PONTE VECCHIO | THE BRIDGE ALSO CARRIES VASARI'S ELEVATED CORRIDOR LINKING THE UFFIZI MUESUM TO THE PITTI PALACE | PONTE VECCHIO (OLD BRIDGE) THE CURRENT BRIDGE WAS REBUILT IN THE 14th CENTURY.

45: HEADED TO CAPRI VIA NAPLES | OUR LAST NIGHT/DINNER IN ROME | ISLE OF CAPRI | NAPLES WAS IN A MIDDLE OF A MAFIA GARBAGE STRIKE | PILE OF TRASH

46: ONE OF THE MANY STORES ON THE BRIDGE SELLING GOLD | ARNO RIVER

47: CAPRI ISLAND IS AN ITALIAN ISLAND IN THE TYRRHENIAN SEA. IT HAS BEEN A RESORT SINCE THE TIME OF THE ROMAN REPUBLIC | GRAND MARINA

48: LITTLE BOY- A WELCOMING STATUE | OUR BOAT TRIP AROUND CAPRI ISLAND | OUR BOATS- TOUR BOAT FERRY BOAT

49: OUR GUIDES: LOCAL ISLAND GUIDE/NAPLES GUIDE:FABIOAAND OUR EF GUIDE LORENZO

50: THE WHITE AND CORAL GROTTOS | CORAL PLANTS ON WALL

52: CAPRI WAS ONCE PART OF THE MAINLAND | LIGHTHOUSE ROCK

53: THE GARDENS OF AUGUSTUS | THE GARDEN IS A FINE EXAMPLE OF CAPRI'S BOTANICAL ORNAMENTATION WITH THE FLOWERS AND PLANTS OF CAPRI BEING USED TO FRAME THE ISLAND'S BREATHTAKING PANORAMAS

54: OUR TOUR BOAT WENT THRU THE OPENING IN FARAGLIONI ROCK | FARAGLIONI ROCKS

55: MARINA PICCOLA WHICH MEANS SMALL/MINOR MARINA

56: CAPRI

57: WE TOOK A QUICK TRIP UP TO ANACAPRI VIA BUS ON THE MOMMA MIA ROAD | ON THE TRIP BACK JILL GOT TO SIT JUST TO RIGHT OF THE DRIVER | MOMMA MIA ROAD

58: CAPRI'S OWNMADE PERFUMES AND LARGE, LARGE LEMONS... | MT. VASUVIAS FROM CAPRI | SAMPLES OF PERFUMES... | LARGE TILE MAP OF CAPRI:

59: LUNCH TIME | OUR TIMING WAS OFF AND THE LINE FOR THE VENICULAR WAS EXTREMELY CROWDED, AND OF COURSE OUR FERRY SLIP WAS THE LAST ONE AT THE MARINA WE (PATTY WHO STAYED BEHIND WITH FABIO TO HELP LOCATE US) LITERALLY RAN LIKE O.J. SIMPSON TO THE SLIP #13 JUST IN TIME TO SEE THE FERRY PULLING FROM THE DOCK, AND LORENZO WAVING "BYE-BYE"

60: SCENERY ON OUR WAY TO SORRENTO | PATTI | SUNSET AT SORRENTO

61: A VIEW OF SORRENTO | VIEW FROM OUR HOTEL | AFTER MISSING OUR FERRY WE CAUGHT THE NEXT ONE, AN HOUR LATER. FORTUNATELY THE GROUP WOULD BE STOPPING FOR THE NIGHT AT SORRENTO. SO THE THREE OF US CAUGHT A CAB TO OUR HOTEL. | OUR HOTEL: PANORAMA PALACE | BEACH AREA

62: POMPEII THE TOWN WAS FOUNDED AROUND THE 7th TO 6th CENTURY B.C. BY THE OSCI OR OSCANS, A PEOPLE OF CENTRAL ITALY, ON WHAT WAS AN IMPORTANT CROSSROAD BETWEEN THE CITIES OF CUMAE, NOLA AND STABIAE | KEN AT A TEMPLE SITE

63: POMPEII WAS DESTROYED AND COMPLETELY BURIED DURING A LONG CATASTROPHIC ERUPTION OF THE VOLCANO OF MT. VESUVIUS SPANNING TWO DAYS IN AD 79. THE CITY WAS UNDER 12 TO 18 FEET OF ASH AND PUMICE. IT WAS LOST FOR NEARLY 1700 YEARS BEFORE IT'S ACCIDENTAL REDISCOVERY IN 1749. | JILL IN THE FORUM AREA | MODERN POMPEI WAS FOUNDED IN 1891, AND IS FAMOUS FOR THE RUINS OF THE ANCIENT CITY OF POMPEII

64: THE SEATING AREA OF THE AMPHITHEATRE | KEN BY THE STAGE | AFTER HERCULNEUM WAS REDISCOVERED IN 1738 BY WORKMEN DIGGING THE FOUNDATION FOR A SUMMER PALACE FOR THE KING OF NAPLES, CHARLES OF BOURBON WHICH EVENTURELY LEAD TO THE EXCAVATIONS FOR POMPEII IN 1748 | SITES AROUND POMPEII

65: ATHLETIC FIELD | MAIN STREET | STREET TO PORT | CITY ENTRANCE

66: SHOPS AREA-GROOVES FOR SLIDING DOORS | POMPEII | DOUBLE SNAKE-A PHARMACY AREA | HOSPITAL SIGN: | <

67: THE OLDEST PROFESSION WORK AREA... | "SIGN" IN ROADWAY | ONE OF THE SIGNS OF THE ESTABLISHMENT... | COOKING AREA | DEAR FAMILY, | POMPEII IS TRULY AMAZING. IMAGINE WALKING ON THE SAME STREETS THAT ANCIENT PEOPLE DID THOUSANDS OF YEARS AGO ! | LOVE, JILL & KEN

68: SUFFOCATED BY VOLCANIC GASES AND COVERED IN ASH AND DEBRIS, THEIR BODIES EVENTUALLY DECAYED INSIDE THE HARDENING MATTERS. THE AIR SPACE FORMED A MOLD. THE EXCAVATORS REALIZED THIS AND FILLED THE AIR POCKETS WITH PLASTER MAKING "PLASTER MUMMIES" | THE PLASTER CASTS OF THE VICTIMS AT POMPEII | THESE "PLASTIC MUMMIES" CAPTURED THE HUMAN TRADGEDY OF POMPEII

69: POMPEII AND MT. VASUVIAS | ANCIENT LEGO BLOCK | GATED COURTYARD WITH TILE MOSIAC ENTRANCE | JILL

70: TEMPLE | ROMAN BATH HOUSE: | BATH TUB | DECORATED WALLS OF THE ROMAN BATH HOUSE | TEMPLE COLUMN SHOWING BRICKS COVERED IN FAUX MARBLE FINISH

71: AFTER OUR TOUR OF POMPEII WE WERE TREATED TO A DEMOSTRATION OF CAMEO CARVING | AREAS ON THE OUTSKIRT OF POMPEII AWAITING TO BE EXCUVATED | KEN AND THE MONSTER LEMON | CEILING MURAL AT CAMEO STUDIO | WORKING MASTER CARVER DISPLAYED ON TV MONITOR

72: POMPEII TO BRINDISI | CHURCH | WINDMILLS | FARMLAND | OLIVE TREE GROVE | FARMLAND

73: TULLI | A TULLO IS A TRADITIONAL AUPULIAN DRY STONE HUT WITH A CONICAL ROOF. THEIR CONSTRUCTION IS SPECIFIC TO THE ITRIA VALLEY... | TULLI WERE GENERALLY CONSTRUCTED AS TEMPORARY FIELDS SHELTERS AND STOREHOUSES, OR AS PERMANENT DWELLING BY SMALL PROPRIETORS OR AGRICULTURAL LABORERS | ONE=TULLO MORE=TULLI

74: OUR CABIN WAS A TWO ROOM HONEYMOON SUITE. WHICH WAS APPROPIATE SINCE KEN HAD REPROPOSED TO JILL WHILE IN ROME WITH UPGRADED WEDDING RING SET | OUR FIRST BUS AND DRIVER MONTICELLO | OUR OVERNIGHT FERRY TO PATRAS

75: LEAVING PORT

76: TRAVELING FROM PATRAS TO DELPHI

77: A LUNCH AND BEACH STOP | THE ICEMAN COMETH.. THE WATER WAS FREEZING

78: KEN, LINDA AND CHRIS BRAVE THE COLD WATER! | KEN ENJOYING A HOT ROCK TREATMENT

79: CHRIS, LURLENE, JILL, KEN AND PATTY, WITH LINDA IN THE BACK | SWIMMING IN THE IONIAN SEA... | KEN...

80: DELPHI STREET | FISH FARM ON THE WAY TO DELPHI | OLIVE TREE GROVE | VALLEY VIEW FROM DELPHI | ROAD & AQUADUCT UP TO DELPHI

81: DEAR FAMILY, WE TRAVELED TO THE SACRED SITE OF DELPHI. THE GREATEST SHRINE OF THE ANCIENT GREEK WORLD. IT IS DEDICATED TO THE GOD APOLLO. IT SITS HIGH ABOVE A VALLEY FULL OF OLIVE TREE GROVES. ALL OUR LOVE, JILL AND KEN | OUR HOTEL IN DELPHI | HOTEL'S BALCONY OVER LOOKING THE VALLEY | OUR ROOM | PATIO AREA

82: DELPHI WAS INDEPENDENT-BELONGING TO NO STATE-SO ENEMIES COULD WORSHIP TOGETHER. IT WAS FAMED FOR ITS ORACLE WHICH GAVE ENIGMATIC AND PROPHETIC ADVICE THROUGH THE MEDIUM OF A PRIESTESS.

83: DELPHI: | POSITIONED BELOW THE GREAT PEAKS OF MOUNT PARNASSOS

84: THE TREASURY OF THE ATHENIANS THE BEST PRESERVED MONUMENT OF THE APOLLONIAN SANCTUARY, BUILT OF WHITE MARBLE FROM THE ISLAND OF PAROS, WAS DEDICATED TO APOLLO PYTHIOS BY THE ATHENIAN CITIZENS. IT WAS EITHER TO COMMEMORATE THE ESTABLISHMENT OF DEMOCRACY OR VICTORY AGAINST THE PERSIANS FOR ATHENS

85: PETITIONERS BROUGHT GIFTS AND ERECTED TREASURE HOUSES TO HOLD THEM.

86: RAMP INTO THE TEMPLE | KEN ON THE FAR END OF THE TEMPLE | JILL WITH THE TEMPLE IN BACK

87: TEMPLE OF APOLLO | LOOKING UP TO THE TEMPLE | FALLEN COLUMNS OF THE TEMPLE | KEN WALKING UP TO THE TEMPLE | SACRAFICIAL AREA OF TEMPLE

88: CIRCULAR FOUNDATION OF ONE OF THE TEMPLES OVERLOOKING THE VALLEY | JILL WITH THE APOLLO TEMPLE IN THE BACK | THE WALLS AND STEPS ALONG THE SACRED WALK UP TO THE APOLLO TEMPLE. HAVE WRITTING ON THEM. THE WRITTINGS ARE "DOCUMENTS" TO RELEASE A PERSON FROM SLAVERY. THE DOCUMENT STATES YOU ARE " A SLAVE TO THE GODS", BUT THE GODS RELEASE YOU AND GIVE YOU YOUR FREEDOM. NOW YOU CAN NEVER BE A SLAVE TO A HUMAN. | DELPHI | IN GREEK MYTHOLOGY, DELPHI WAS THE SITE OF THE DELPHIC ORACLE, THE MOST IMPORTANT ORCLE IN THE CLASSICAL GREEK WORLD. A MAJOR SITE FOR THE WORSHIP OF THE GOD-APOLLO AFTER HE SLEW THE PYTHON, A DEITY WHO LIVED THERE AND PROTECTED THE NAVEL OF THE EARTH

89: THE SIBYL ROCK | THE NAVEL OF THE EARTH "BELLY BUTTON" | THE SIBYL ROCK IS CLAIMED TO BE WHERE THE SIBYL (THE PROPHETESS) SAT TO DELIVER HER PROPHECIES

90: THE THEATRE

91: THE STADIUM

92: KEN BY PILLAR

93: INTERESTING ITEMS AT DELPHI... | MODEL DISPLAY OF DELPHI | A | B | C | D | (A) APOLLO TEMPLE (B) THEATER (C) TREASURY OF ATHENS (D) TREASURY OF THE SIPHNIANS

94: DELPHI MUSEUM

95: GOLD JEWELRY, SOLDIER'S HELMETS AND TOOLS OF DELPI...

97: DEAR FAMILY, | AFTER STEPPING BACK IN TIME GOING THROUGH DELPHI, WE HEADED TO THE MUSEUM TO CHECK OUT SOME OF THE NEAT ARTIFACTS! WISH YOU WERE HERE, JILL & KEN

98: PHOTO OP: OUTSIDE THE SKI TOWN OF ARACHOVA

99: SKI AREA

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