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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... pointed out the "ancient" olive grove on way back down the mountain from Delphi. The trunks had to be 24" in diameter at least. Lila told us the trees can live fir hundreds of years. The drive to Kalampaka was 4 hours. Through the mountains then across their largest plain and bread basket. One of the things surprising to me is that Greece is 70% mountains. We take a short 30 min visit to Kalampaka to shop. Grocery store was interesting with its Easter bread and Easter baskets. ...
... only guest as it is now the off season. She tells me this is the best time to visit as there are no queues to enter the monasteries. Over summer time the queues as so long some people dont get to enter the monasteries, let alone get a park as the car parks are full of tourist buses and cars. Just a pity it is raining
I am woken by the rather heavy rain this morning, so i lay in bed a little longer and listen. Breakfast is good. They serve me ...
There is not much to report for today. We waited till 2pm for our bus (though it was supposed to pick us up at one thirty (they had a good reason)). We got on our bus to be driven 2 min down the road to stop for lunch. After lunch we drove to Kalambaka, the town just at the base of the Meteora's. We stopped twice more on the way, once to take a photo of the statue of the general that led the army against Persia (if you've ...
... hard to hear in the small area therefore it wasn't our best but I really didn't matter cause we didn't have an audience. Of course we took tons of pictures of the view and the beautiful mountains. I was dreading the walk down the steps but it wasn't too bad. Our Next stop was Agia Triada which is another monastery which was fairly close to Valaarm. It was similar ...
... eat with grandma dishing up the meat entree. The food was very good and it was a fun change of pace from the normal sit down and order from the menu joint we would usually stop at. At this place we got to see the food before we chose it. After lunch we had about an hour to explore the town and that's when we encountered our furry little friend. Greece does not have a "dog pound" like we are ...