Archontiko Metsovou Boutique Hotel
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... it had a thriving textile industry, a few dozen of the 600 mansions remain around it's cobbled streets. We will visit the village tomorrow, we drive a little further up the winding road to a view point, wow what a view it is. A lovely spot to stay the night. A local lady stopped as she walked by to chat to us, she was very friendly and enquirer if we needed anything. It wasn't long before the sun set, the sky looked quite impressive with big streaks of yellow and orange across ...
... two painters. In the narthex, the look of the figures depicted and the abstract designs is distinct from the wall paintings in the main church. These monasteries had obvious space limitations because of their location and the feasibility of carrying the materials for building up to such a precarious place. One look off into the distance, however, justifies the extra work. The scenery and feeling of solitude seems that it would make building a monastery at Meteora well worth ...
... the tollroads, so I asked the GPS to show me the fastest route and "presto", we were back on the tollroads, saving a total of about 90 minutes on a 5 hour trip.
Had an accident today too. Thankfully, both cars were moving really slowly so no-one was hurt. It was the other drivers' fault but its still a huge inconvenience to us. It was an unfortunate accident and only my car door is damaged. It doesn't close properly too so ...
... we found Swiffer, Pantene and Gillette products. Truly a global marketplace! The kids have enjoyed the European version of Fanta (orange drink), made with real sugar unlike in the states, so we treated them to a 1 ½ liter bottle (at a fraction of the price they charge for a can in a restaurant!).
Upon returning to the hotel, we all went to our rooms for a long nap (it’s amazing how we all seem to have adopted this Greek ...
... s gossip. You will always find them here, nearly all holding a stick –in Greek it is called 'glitsa’ similar to that the shepherds have.
Before approaching the benches with the elderly men I try to spot the man and owner of a dairy shop I met on my previous trip. He is such colourful character and I remember him so well that I could have sketched his face on paper with every detail if ...