Aeton Melathron Hotel

Address: 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 128

A travel blog entry by dream-catcher on Dec 07, 2014

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... overcrowded the UK roads are. As we approached one if the towns along the route we were pulled to the side of the road by a group of police men, one asked for our passports, he looked at them very carefully, then asked where we were going, we told him and he told us it was 90 kilometres straight on, Doris was saying 94 Kilometres, so he was quite close. When we arrived in the valley we drove up a steep zig zagging road to Ambelakia, it's nestled in the hillside. In the ...

Exploring Ancient Greece

A travel blog entry by kateandglen on Jul 14, 2014

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... was a park right there for a little wee car. The lady let us choose the best of three room which was good too. After a quick dinner we headed to bed after such a massive day driving.

Wednesday 16th July

The next day was probably Glen's highlight, the site of Delphi. It is the center of the Greek world supposedly Zeus released two eagles at each side of the world and where they met he threw down a stone to be the Navel of world, The stone is still there! The ...


A travel blog entry by bnnashton on Jan 20, 2014

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After a night's stay at Kalambaka, we set out to explore the striking rock formations and monasteries of Meteora. The sharp, jutting formations of the rocks at Meteora make for the perfect place for monasteries and nunneries to exist in isolation, but they certainly were a challenging environment in which to establish the cloistered communities in the first place. The monks built a cart on a sort of pulley system that could transport goods and the monks themselves to ...

OVERLAND...and water.

A travel blog entry by emtyadventures on Oct 26, 2013

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... 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 ...


A travel blog entry by onighjoy on Jul 14, 2013

... was driving fast, the inside of the car was really noisy. How did it happen? I pulled over to the side of the road for a few seconds to fix the position of the GPS and as I pulled back out onto the road, another car u-turned into me. Unfortunately, when he was u-turning, the driver looked in front and behind him but not at me. I assume before he made the turn, he probably saw me as a stationary car. I didn't see him too because he did his ...