Amalia Hotel Kalambaka
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAmalia Hotel Kalambaka
Fiquei no Amalia Hotel Kalambaka uma noite, como parte do tour de 3 dias Delfos, Meteora. O hotel é muito bom, muito espaçoso, com excelentes áreas de restaurante, bar e piscina, o único senão é ficar localizado distante da cidade de Kalambaka (não dá para ir a pé). O quarto e a casa de banho são bastante espaçosas, uma das portas (a que seria da varanda) dá para um jardim, com mesa e cadeiras. A comida do pequeno almoço e jantar (buffet) também foram excelentes. O hotel tem Wi-Fi gratuito no átrio.
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20th May 2015
The beginning of day 14, on the coach at 07:15am and headed south towards Greece,a long drive today.
Through the Rodopi Plains stopping after 2 hours at Sandalskind for morning tea, as you do, just before the Bulgaria / Greece border.
Skirting Macedonia we crossed the border after a half hour wait for passport …
Woke up early to try and bet the crowds to the Monastrey made our way up the hill and took pictures of different Monasteries on our way up to the Holy Trinity Monastrey which we were able to have a look through.
Incredible how the Monks would climb the rock face to pick a place to build the Monastery then in the original time they would build it all by hand. It blends into the rock face and looks incredible. ...
... views from the ruins over the surrounding countryside.......awesome place!
Once our time was up, we met back at the bus & were taken to the outskirts of the town of Kalambaka, destroyed during WW II, at the foot of the unusual & mighty rock formations the Meteora monasteries were built on, for our overnight hotel stay....lovely place, lovely food, wide, open, airy reception, foyer area....pretty outdoor pool & surrounds.
... about this as well as how much money the monasteries were making, hoping they were putting the money to good use, as Carolyn saw a monk with a cell phone and the monasteries were clearly very rich, despite the individual monk's vows of poverty. But the main battles of the Meteora monk are those inside, as a monk, as they say, must renounce and become one with God, fighting the urges of materialism and desires. Based on the monastery museums and the writings, ...