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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METEORA, GREECE OCTOBER 10, 2014
Today we came into the port of Volos, the third largest port in Greece. This is the take-off point for a day-long trip to Meteora. This has been a life-long dream of Dennis to see Meteora, so he is quite excited this morning. We know it will be a good excursion for our guide is Michael. It is a two hour bus ride to meteora, so Michael fills us with information about the monasteries that we ...
... from the talks… After Dodona we headed back on the bus for a drive to Mestovo. Mestovo is incredible. It’s an adorable Grecian mountain town where we stopped for lunch. It was so good. The typical bread and a small pasta and then a Greek salad started us off. Then we got a plate of rice, potato wedges, and meat! I literally got chills with my first bite of meat it was so good. After an incredible meal we walked around the town a bit, into ...
... Woke to steady light rain and thought of using it as an excuse to stay in bed. But, then realized why I had a rental car parked outside my hotel. So I figured I'd give up hiking to the monasteries and take a drive up the mountain and park and then walk the "short" distances to enter each monastery. Short forgetting that each had 100 - 300 steps up. This is what I did and I am so glad I did.
One thing that is easily ...
... to just jump in and enjoy it. I barely stayed awake long enough to go for dinner, which finally happened at 10:30pm-a proper Greek hour, however: the town was hopping at that time. Tomorrow we'll briefly visit one off the monasteries of Meteora, the Megalou Monastiri, which is where I found the incredible assortment of incense last trip. We want to stock up and then head north to Vergina, a very important destination for Karen's ...