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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... This was a real nuisance as we needed to contact the owners of the apartment in Athens to arrange pick up. To make matters worse we have been told that the French President is visiting in Athens today and tomorrow and many of the streets in central Athens will be closed. Our guide is not sure how this is going to affect the ability to drop us off centrally. Apparently the visit is to discuss the refugee issue.
... 15 and arrive at 7:30pm. We had an hour to spare so we grabbed a select a sandwich roll (like subway but more gourmet) and rested up. While we were waiting outside the ticket office using a free 30 minute wifi there was a disturbance with a young man (30's) in a wheel chair going absolutely ballistic at the ticket office. He went on for about 5 minutes yelling and ramming his chair against the counter then went off, and about 5 minutes ...
... 8217;t really, and we were glad to meet
the receptionist, Charlies, who immediately rang Kosta to let him know we had
arrived, as he had been quite worried. After recovering from the journey, we admired
the spectacular landscape. The town is set at the base of towering sandstone
cliffs, many of which have monasteries at the top. We decided to have a look
around the town, but we did not realize that most shops shut ...
... of Corinth where we ate by the sea at a small cafe called Scala. Then we drove on to Thermopylae which was a famous battlefield between the Spartans and the Persians. We continued on across the plains of Thessaly through miles of farmland to reach Kalambaka which is located at the foot of some magnificent rock formations called ...
... pit toilet no matter how good it looks can ever be more than a pit toilet but those nuns certainly tried, I'll give them that.
One last thing from our visit to the monasteries of Meteora, when we first entered the area this morning we had a picture stop under the The Holy Monastery of St. Nicholas and across the way was a niche in a rising rock with lots of colorful somethings. Our ...