Ancient Heraion is a 30 minute drive from where we are staying in Loutraki (more on Loutraki in the next post). To keep as many people happy as possible, we collectively devised a new system for deciding what we will do each day. Sarah came up with the idea of brackets that worked like the NCAA basketball tournament. We explored all the various things to do in the Peloponnese peninsula and put them in brackets. For each pair we voted. The item that won moved to the next bracket. Eventually, we voted for Heraion and the Vouliagemi lagoon. The real attraction for the kids was swimming in the crystal clear waters of what is essentially a sea lake. The sea lake and Heraion are only 3.5 km apart, so Marcia astutely suggested to stop first at Heraion. Rather than get out of the car and explore the site, the kids choose to stay back and read kindles. Someday they will read the blog and realize what they missed, an incredible view of Heraion and the rocky coast line.