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FC: TO TRAVEL IS TO SURVIVE. | The | The Tale of Perseus
1: Our Favorite City. | We will never forget. | Making Memories. | There once was a king named Acrisius. He had one daughter, but he wanted sons. When he asked the gods if he would have a son, they said that his grandson would kill him.
2: He locked his daughter, Danae, away, but she still had Zeus's son. The princess and her son, Perseus, were sent away by water and discovered by a fisherman. His name was Dicytus and he had a king brother, Polydectes.
4: Polydectes fell in love with Danae, but he did not like Perseus. He created a plan.
5: Polydectes said he was getting married and it is customary to give a gift, but Perseus did not have one. He heard Polydectes say he wanted the head of Medusa, a Gorgon.
6: Perseus told him he would get him Medusa. It would be hard. Thankfully the Gods, Hermes and Athena, were helping him.
7: Live Love & Enjoy Life always | All about the journey | Good times
8: Perseus sailed to Greece and Dodona, but the Gorgons weren't there. Hermes told Perseus to go to the Gray Women, and take their eye. Hermes also gave him an unbreakable sword.
9: ravel is adventure | "To travel is to live." -Hans Christian Andersen
10: Once he got to the nymphs' land, they gave Perseus winged sandals, a magic wallet, and an invisibility cap. Soon Perseus arrived at the Terrible Sisters' Island, where Medusa lived. She had 2 sisters and they all had wings, scales, and snakes for hair.
11: SEEING THE WORLD ONE CITY AT A TIME.
12: Our bags are full. | Athena gave Perseus a shield of hers so he did not turn to stone looking at Medusa. Later Perseus visited the Gray Women and took their eye. He asked them where the nymphs lived. Hermes said the nymphs had something he needed.
13: Let the journey begin
14: With Hermes's sword, Perseus was able to get Medusa's head and flew away on the sandals from the nymphs. On the way home, he saved a woman who needed help named Andromeda. They fell in love.
16: Good times | JUNE | 2011 | AUGUST | 2012 | When Perseus came home, he pulled out Medusa from his magic wallet and Polydectes was turned into stone.
18: Perseus, Danae, and Andromeda traveled back to King Acrisius, but he was not there. There was a competition for a new king, and Perseus entered.
19: "A travel adventure has no substitute. It is the ultimate experience, your one big opportunity for flair." -Massow
20: Perseus challenged another man to be king in a sport competition. While throwing it, Perseus's discus hits his grandfather, Acrisius!
22: Perseus did not see Acrisius in the crowd! Sadly, Acrisius did not make it and passed away. However, Perseus and Andromeda lived happily ever after!
23: Discovering new places.