Monday, November 15, 2004

Lost city of Atlantis found?

Atlantis Remains Computer Graphic Rendering - Created by Chad Kerychuk
After a nice surprise birthday gathering, I decided to rent Disney's Atlantis: Milo's Return last night. Later, as I was browsing the web, I just happened to notice this article about yet another possible site of the Lost Continent of Atlantis.

Many explorers, scholars, and scientists have claimed to know the resting place of the fabled city - first described by the ancient philosopher, Plato - however, no definitive proof has been presented. From speculated locations such as The Azores, Iceland, The Bahamas, Ireland, Cuba, and recently, the island of Cyprus, perhaps no other 'myth' has stirred the imaginations of people around the world. I'm fascinated by the whole Atlantis mythlogy and any new theory or discovery peaks my interest.

If you type 'Atlantis' into an Internet search engine, you come up with an incredible number of results. So trying to get information that seems plausible can be challenging and leave you a little bit 'lost' yourself. If you find that happening, then perhaps a vacation at the Atlantis Resort is what you need?

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