The museum hosts a lot of artifacts from the ancient sites we've been visiting. There was a ton of gold from Mycenae, for example.
The museum cost 10 euros. It's a bit out of the way. if you're downtown, but it would be a cheap, quick taxi ride. We took pictures, so you don't have to.
|"Agamemnon's" "real" death mask. See: Mycenae|
|This was an old lyre. When I told Kate, she thought I said, "liar." It was fun.|
|Big, in real life.|
|Bunch of perverts checking out naked boy.|
|Phil said this looks like break dancing under a strobe.|
|The world's first computer, found at shipwreck.|
While we were walking through the museum, one of the docents, Eleni, started asking us about our kid. She showed us a photo of her three boys, and gave me one of her bracelets with wishes of good health and protection. It was a really touching experience for me. Many of the people we've met here are kind in a way that is deeply impressive. I can understand why so many Greeks who emigrate decide to return to Greece.
One year here. Wow.