Amalia Hotel Kalambaka
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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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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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 ...
We had a quiet morning doing discovery time and tiding up.
Our Belguim neighbours got quite excited when they saw us packing up and came over to ask us when we were going (nothing like friendly chic chat!), I have to say it was quite satisfing telling them we were actually staying another night! They had moved down to 'our' end of the campsite the previous day because there was too many flys where they were but their friends didn't move with them ...
... pictures instead. The main monastery was called Grand Meteoron and we had to walk down some stairs and then up a bunch more to get up to it. It was literally built into the rocks. They also had this funny zip line thing that went across for some of the handicap monks and priests to get into the monastery. It was kind of funny to see. After the monasteries we went back to the village for lunch and made our long journey ...
... are perched right on the top of stone pinnacles, some have cables cars and rope to deliver goods, but they are accessible by stone staircases and bridges. The interior painting are very cool and different from anything we have seen. The main monastery had a stack of human skulls and bones of murdered martyrs and past priest. The Greek Orthodox art depicts these various murders by Christian haters throughout the buildings, kinda ...