Hotel Antoniadis

Address: 148 Trikalon-Ioanninon, Kalambaka, Thessaly, 42200, Greece | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 148 Trikalon-Ioanninon, Kalambaka.
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    Travel Blogs from Kalambaka

    Thurs 2nd – Mon 13th July 2015 I, SL, HR, GR

    A travel blog entry by sam.wilson on Jul 13, 2015

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    ... with the odd, “LOOK at me, LISTEN to me.” He proceeds in very broken Deutsch-lish to tell us which nations he likes and why. He admits he doesn’t like the English, because guidebook series Lonely Planet visited him, but did not include Hotel Arsenis in the Greece book. Following his speech is hard, but we think we manage to decipher that the Lonely Planet man retreated to his car. The Austrians have to get back to their campsite, so we go to leave ...


    A travel blog entry by snibbertort on Jun 22, 2015

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    Today we hiked through Meteora. It's a beautiful place with very interesting rock formations and monasteries built at the very top of cliffs. The monasteries were built up there to protect the monks from invasions. We also got a chance to visit the monasteries themselves and to see how the monks have lived there for hundreds of ...

    Meteora - cliffs and monasteries

    A travel blog entry by davetamara on Sep 22, 2014

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    Monday 22 September – Travel to Kalambaka

    We missed our agent Kosta at Larissa
    Station (it turned out we were supposed to wait for him outside), but we found
    our coach which we shared with a Greek couple and a Korean couple. We exchanged
    create polite greetings with the Greeks, and the Korean man spoke some English,
    but we could not carry on a sustained conversation so it was ...


    A travel blog entry by melliekat on May 20, 2014

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    ... build a monastery. Eventually, more monks arrived and 24 monasteries were built. Today there are only six left and two of the six have since been converted to convents (we will never forget this statistic because Maria repeated it at least six times throughout the day…lol). The rest of the monasteries were destroyed in WWII.

    One of our passengers asked how many steps we will have to climb to get to the monasteries and ...

    It's monastery time!

    A travel blog entry by gritttle on Jan 20, 2014

    6 photos

    ... yet it was much more quiet. I am telling you that Nena was trying to kill us with the steps today. You can only imagine the amount of steps we had to climb up the mountain. We got a good workout in. Our day of monasteries was filled with beautiful Greek Orthodox iconostasis and tons and tons of steps. We were so tired and eager to get to out next destination, ...