Part I http://www.advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=603784 Following my friend Astrahan's advice, I returned toward Corinth to see the Skironio Museum. Essentially it used to be late sculptor Kostas Polychronopoulos' home, designed and built by the man himself to function as not only his house but also his workshop. A house like that is a life's dream for me, but chances are I'll never get one. (this is not a simple boat; it's a mermaid-finder, complete with ziplock bags hanging below in which chocolate croissants are placed) But the view... it's the real thing. Now I am not an expert in modern art, so I will limit myself to just sharing some pictures. However, if you do happen to visit the Skironio Museum some day, remember... Don't touch ANYTHING you might come across! It's almost certain that it wasn't left there by the workers. And especially refrain from kicking it out of the way or down the cliff.... Oh, and keep quiet.... The people of the art world live dematerialized, in a parallel reality to ours. You are just ... lowly beings!