Aeton Melathron Hotel

16 Nearchou Klidonopoulou sts, Tríkala, Thessaly, Greece | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 16 Nearchou Klidonopoulou sts, Tríkala, is near Lake Plastira.
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Travel Blogs from Tríkala

Day 28 (Athens - Meteora)

A travel blog entry by kimrop88 on Jun 26, 2014

1 comment, 12 photos

The girls I was rooming with last night didn't get home until 2:30am and had to wake me up so I could let them in which was a bit annoying since I was sleeping so well! Feeling a lot brighter this morning and breakfast looked delicious, I just had a bread roll to see how I go though. Not too long of a driving day today, only about 5 hours. We had our service stop at a petrol station with a fast food chain attached and I got some plain crackers to have while Si got a yummy ...

The Turks Paid For It, But the Greeks Built It!

A travel blog entry by haysnoe on Jun 13, 2014

... many u-turns so we decided to stop at a cafe in the middle of nowhere on a ridiculous mountain road for a coffee and a Greek salad. The old joke, "What do you call a Brazil Nut in Brazil? A nut." came to mind but, sure enough, they call Greek Salad a Greek Salad in Greece.

Lynn perceptively noticed that a man in the cafe was anxiously watching any cars that passed by to see if he could possibly get a ride out of the mountains. When he was not ...


A travel blog entry by bnnashton on Jan 20, 2014

2 photos

... The towers from which the carts dangle from were the original constructions and entrances to the monasteries. Once we had climbed the roughly 150 stairs to the monastery Varlaam (built circa 6th century), we immediately noticed the talanaton, which for this monastery was made out of wood. Rhythms beaten on the talanaton would summon the monks for dinner, the largest meal of the day. The designs of the church in the monastery were representative of Byzantine ...

OVERLAND...and water.

A travel blog entry by emtyadventures on Oct 26, 2013

26 photos

... introduced us to our standard Greek order: Mousaka, roasted filled vegetables, kebab meat and dry red wine. We had developed a crush on Greek food.

Our time in Corfu was split between relaxing – swimming, cooking, eating, reading; and stressing – a list of to-do’s was formulating. Soon we would be handing over the bikes, and continuing the journey into the Middle East on transport. Something that required actual organizing, as opposed to pulling out ...

In The Heavens Above

A travel blog entry by trent on Aug 12, 2013

31 photos

... the caves of these rocks, with the sole aid of ropes and ladders. Common and strong religious faith compelled them to live united in the first monastic communities and construct monasteries of the highest architectural and artistic value. 24 monasteries were built, yet only 6 remain. These ...