Welp, another rainy and very windy day, darn it. We decided to drive to the cute city of Arachova, which was designed to look like a winter ski village. The bummer thing is that it was so yucky and windy, I think many of the stores were staying closed for a little longer than usual. After walking around for a bit, we got back in the car and decided to explore the city of Distomo. Distomo is a lovely city with a very tragic past. During WWII, the Nazis came into the village and for two hours, they went door to door and massacred the people as part of a "savage reprisal" for the Greek resistance attack on their convoy. Today, there is a beautiful monument on top of a hill that shares the names of the 214 men, women and children who lived in the village and were murdered by the SS troops. After driving around Distomo and visiting the monument, we decided to go back to Delphi. It was a bit of a photography business and travel planning afternoon for me, so the kids hung out in the hotel room, while I worked at a nearby cafe that had great wifi. Our evening closed with dinner at The Telescope Cafe, which had the most passionate and inspiring owner ever -- the perfect way to end our last day in Delphi. I wish we would have had a bit of nice weather in Delphi, but we made the best of our time there.