Aeton Melathron Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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We spend the morning cleaning, washing and old jobs before driving into town, the Vodafone SIM card and dongle won't work. It connects to the Internet but we can't open any pages! The girl in the shop played around with it for a short while and the called technical services, who couldn't get it to work either. We gave up! We set off for the Vale of Tembi, a massive gorge carved out by the Pinios River between Mt Olympus and Mt Ossa. The roads were very quite, it makes you ...
... next station and another train would take us to Kalabaka. No-one seemed to know why but one Aussie guy was highly ****** off, I think mostly because he mentioned the same thing happened with he visited as a child and they got stranded at the station overnight... our rangi little train did turn up 20 minutes later though and we were soon on the final stretch.
We had a bit over a km to walk to the hotel so we decided to just lug the bags. It ended up being a ...
This visit was one I hadn't been looking forward to in the beginning but once we got to our final destination I was very excited to see what was next. Meteora is one of the largest complexes of Eastern Orthodox monasteries in Greece. Each monastery was built on natural sandstone rock pillars at the northwestern edge of the Plain of Thessaly. The first monastery we went to was Agia Triada Monastery. The building was perched on the ...
... 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 ...
Meteora monasteries were something formidable, a mix between the natural and the artificial, a proof of human superation, a proof of the wonder of nature, an impressive site to visit.
Later on we went to check the tickets for Athens and surprisingly they were really cheap (EUR 18 per person). There are two trains per day, one at 5.40 and the other one at 17.30. The bus was about EUR 25 per person so the decision about the way of traveling was made right away without ...