So I'm in Greece, I'm at ruins on top of a mountain in Thira and an old American dude is complaining about how boring the ruins are his exact words: " just a pile of rocks, where's the interesting stuff?" Someone explain this logic to me?
Maybe he doesn't know his history. From my knowledge, that is where King Leonidas claimed descent from the mythological demigod Heracles. That strength is what he used to lead his army of 300 in the glorious Battle of Thermopylae.
If he didn't like that, you could taken him around the corner to Mouth Olympus where Kevin Sorbo became Hercules