A literary tour of Greece shares true accounts of such topics as the Oracle at Delphi's modern secrets and the ancient charms of a contemporary Athens neighborhood, in a collection that includes contributions by such writers as Paul Theroux, Patricia Storace, and Henry Miller. Original.I pushed aside the paper bag of black olives and goat cheese, the round loaf of bread and the bottle of Minos rose. ... Worn nets were still spread out on the ground to catch the last tiny purple olives. ... He soon stopped and lifted his walking stick to point out the chapel we had seen in our guidebook. The red ... The door was open. ... Our guide found a thin, hand-dipped candle in a tin can and placed it near the others burning in front of an icon of Mary, with the infant Jesus in her arms.
|Title||:||Travelers' Tales Greece|
|Author||:||Larry Habegger, Sean O'Reilly, Brian Alexander|
|Publisher||:||Travelers' Tales - 2003|