The Corinth Canal in Greece connects the Gulf Of Corinth with the Saronic Gulf in the Aegean Sea. It was dug by workers starting in 1881 and finished in 1893. Being only 70 ft. wide and 4 miles long, it is used mostly by tourist traffic and smaller vessels, not the huge cruise ships ~ Photo by...?
Yes..this view is from a cruise! Avalon Waterways European River Cruise. Imagine..you unpack only once. Visit 5 countries. Stroll through quaint villages..browse..or enjoy a local meal. If you have a sense of adventure..or a 'thirst' for history..a river cruise is the way to go. Hassle free..no traffic..charming places are at your beck and call. And..river cruises have guides..who will make your land visits more interesting. Click the photo..and learn more. 1greatcruise.com
Sweetgrass is used by native Gullah/Geechees for a number of utilitarian items with baskets being the primary ones. This tradition of sewing the baskets was brought to the Sea Islands from West Africa and continues today. www.gullahgeecheenation.com