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... it had a thriving textile industry, a few dozen of the 600 mansions remain around it's cobbled streets. We will visit the village tomorrow, we drive a little further up the winding road to a view point, wow what a view it is. A lovely spot to stay the night. A local lady stopped as she walked by to chat to us, she was very friendly and enquirer if we needed anything. It wasn't long before the sun set, the sky looked quite impressive with big streaks of yellow and orange across ...
... toasted ham and cheese sandwich, bread and jams, a huge bowl of Greek yoghurt, glass of milk and biscuits. All eaten by the log fire. Very filling.
The rain is still falling, so i will put off the walk till lunch time. The rain finally stops so off we go go to see the Monasteries. The first is not that hard to get to, only about 200 steps to get to the entrance. Now the sign said open, but after 20 minutes or so banging on the door i gave up.
... movie 300 that's the war they are referring to here) and once more to stretch our legs. Our hotel is a lot fancier than we were expecting and we have a fantastic view of the meteora's. Apparently tomorrow we will be seeing a nunnery and a monastery. We are required to wear clothes that cover us from shoulder to knees. I'm excited but cautious at he same time. It doesn't look like it did in all the photos. Only tomorrow will ...
Today has been a day of mostly traveling. After breakfast, we hopped on the bus for our next destination, Kalambaka. On the way, we were able to stop at some very famous, very beautiful spots. Our first stop was Nena's hometown of Thessaloniki. We spent a few minutes marveling at the view near one of the massive walls of Thessaloniki, right next to the Tower of ...
... 227, 0.230469); -webkit-composition-frame-color: rgba(77, 128, 180, 0.230469); -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto; ">We passed a lot of ramshackle, small scruffy farms with fields of olive trees, cabbages and cotton, in the main. As we neared Thessaloniki, a major town, a new crop appeared...solar panels! There were banks of solar panels amongst the cotton, cabbage and olive. Apparently 6000 farmers have applied to take out a bank loan to buy solar panels in ...