Anesis Hotel

Address: 50, Zinopoulou Street, Karpenissi, Central Greece, 36 100, Greece | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 50, Zinopoulou Street, Karpenissi.
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    Travel Blogs from Karpenissi

    Lovely Naxos

    A travel blog entry by trudie.hunter on Jul 05, 2015

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    ... stop was at a Roman ruin site then we stopped at a lovely little town for coffee. We visited 2 museums at the next town then went on to our lunch stop.There was a great view from our restaurant but not much else to see in the town. After lunch we continued through the hills and saw little monasteries perched on top of mountains.How they built them defies imagination. Next we went to see an old olive press and tasted some great olive oil.I bought some ...

    Santorini Sunset Cruise

    A travel blog entry by trudie.hunter on Jul 03, 2015

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    Day 3 July 2:After breakfast we were informed that we needed to change rooms because of the booking mixup.I had found the email confirming the change of dates and my money was refunded.Thus I felt vindicated but it didnt change the fact that we had to change rooms.We packed up and got organised before our 2 pm pick up for the cruise. The boat was a catermaran with about 25 passengers.It was great to see the island from the sea. We stopped at the hot springs and I decided to go in.I wore ...

    Monasteries of Meteora rocks

    A travel blog entry by kristoffero on Sep 28, 2013

    97 photos

    ... very thought kept me going until The train pulled up at the desired station, Kalabaka.

    A quick phone call to the hotel to confirm I was just the corner and there I was, dragging my recked body up the street for another 2 miles. I passed by colossal rock formations, which happened to be boulders of some kind. Huge lamps directed at them added special effect to their enormous size and closeness with town houses. I quickly checked ...


    A travel blog entry by gregdenton on Aug 28, 2011

    Rome:  One of the most amazing cities I've ever seen.  Real ancient history!  One of the first sights we saw was the Roman Colessium.  Trying to imagine the time period of the gladiator days and the bloodshed that took place in the arena was hard to wrap my head around.  Watching movies like Gladiator help give you a sense of the feeling but when you're there in person, the feeling is quiet, yet surreal.  Tourists wander around snapping photos with guys ...

    Our Sailing Begins

    A travel blog entry by toddwmyers on Jun 24, 2010

    ... home, but it is more expensive here), and displeased he began to prepare it.  Just after he began i asked if i could get it to be take away, but he ignored me as expected. I asked again once the coffee was done and at the bar, and he said....NO. So i paid him, Ryan let out a yell of a laugh, and we left poor Kate to order from the Grinch. In the end, the coffee was good, and it was a pretty funny start to the day. My boat consisted of Laurel (first mate) Lisa and ...

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