Mediterranean Expedition to the Ancient Wonders of the World
We then traveled to Letoon to see the temples of Leto, Apollo, and Artemis. The Leto Temple had been significantly rebuilt so it was the most substancial looking. The Apollo temple had a beautiful mosaic with bow/ arrow, sun symbol, and lyre.
After visiting the temples, we saw the nearby Greek theater and stone theater masks. We headed back to the ship for lunch and spent the afternoon watching "Clash of the Titans" while we sailed onwards.
Ryan was not feeling great so I headed to dinner without him. When I returned, Gabor (the matre'd) had insisted that he send food with me so Ricky (our butler) brought him a tray with spaghetti. We headed out on the observation deck for star gazing with John Frick, the articulate hotel manager. He gave a fascinating lesson combining Greek myths, physics, astronomy, and even Shakespeare sonnets as he pointed out various constellations.