A short walk from the Oracle is the Delphi Archeological Museum. It’s the repository for artifacts found in the Delphi temples.
The highlight of the museum is the bronze sculpture, the Charioteer of Delphi, from 5th century BCE. At this stage though, my point of view regarding Greek museums had reached Philistine-levels — they all now look the same. With my camera battery nearly dead and with no way to recharge it (I’d left the charging cable in Athens), I had no recourse but to keep it switched off until we reached Meteora. Thank you Anthony for letting me use your pics. (:
I like my Fuji but for the life of me I can’t understand why they would design a Fuji-specific miniUSB charging cable. Stupid move, Fuji. Will definitely look at other brands when I buy my DSLR.
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