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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... the edge of the mountain.
As I passed through the towns and villages everyone looked and waved. I don't think they ever see such things as tourists in this neck of the world.
On going through these little towns it was sometimes rather difficult to work out exactly which way to turn. The road would pass between two buildings and almost come into a large square which looked more like a courtyard. The only way to know what was the road and what was a drive was ...
... slope and an odd series of caves that didn't seem to jive with the rest of their surroundings. It soon became evident that they were a function of a long-running aqueduct that ran many feet above the river itself. We later learned that the aqueduct provided most of the water for the nearby town of Konitsa though since the water was running fast and deep it didn't necessarily seem necessary for there to be an aqueduct at that location.
The rain continued but only ...
... village of Vradeto, and then continue another two kilometers to the stunning Beloi, or "good viewpoint", over the unbelievably vast Vikos Gorge. We easily located the trailhead with the help of a friendly workman in the village and happily started off on the trail we'd traveled so far to hike. After dropping steadily into a narrow gorge, we crossed yet another two stone bridges and reached the first of the Vradeto Stairs. These stairs were built in the 16th Century ...
... Ioannina. This is a rather large city on the side of a very large lake that has been inhabited by humans for nearly as long as humans have been on the planet with remains dated as far back as the Paleolithic Period 38,000 years ago! At first glance, the majority of what you see upon entering Ioannina is pretty grimy and run-down but as we approached our hotel inside of the historic Old Town we caught some glimpses of an almost artsy college town kind of ...
Gjirokaster 15 degrees, overcast
Last day in Sarande is overcast to start with but then the sun comes out. I have breakfast at the hotel, mama makes me a nice omelette to go with usual cheeses, ham, bread and tomato. Full, I checkout and the owner drops me at the bus station. They are a lovely family and deserve to succeed with their hotel.
I locate a furgon to Gjirokaster and wait 20 minutes until it is ready to go. I have ...