No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Kalambaka
As I sat down tonight with my glass of red wine ready to enjoy some reruns of "The Nanny," after having run the 5k portion of the Athens Marathon earlier this morning, I remembered that it has been quite some time since my last blog entry. To bring you up to date for what has happened most recently, this weekend brought me a Marine Ball to …
When I was in Rethymno, Crete there was a day I felt compelled to find a bookstore that sold books in English. Having been sent in many directions none of the …
Today was such a great day. I've decided that this is the most beautiful place in Greece. We started out the morning with our free breakfast, which included cereal and bread with Nutella. This was my first encounter with Nutella, and let me tell you it was amazing. I can’t believe that I had never had Nutella before (I am going to be addicted …
Today was an extremely long day. I woke up and went down to the lobby of the hotel I was staying in for my free breakfast. It was a nice simple bread and jam breakfast with hot tea. I've actually grown to really like hot tea, I’ll probably drink a lot more when it gets colder out. After breakfast, I went to the post office to drop some post …
... winged sphinx. 300 Spartans and 700 Thespians withstood against the Persians and died to a man. We then moved onto Kalambaka in the Meteora region to view the Holy Rocks and the Monasteries. We viewed the Monasteries of Varlaam and Saint Stephens. Truly unbelievable, it was a true privilege to be able in this area. Another one of the bucket ...