Archontiko Metsovou Boutique Hotel
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... to start in there first.
The Byzantine Museum was infact the site of Ali Pasha's palace that had been destroyed. The present building was built on its remains in the 1950s.
The ticket was 3 Eu ($4.50) which included the adjacent buildings (next ...
... in the morning so decided to full our stomachs and had a delicious Greek feast at a restaurant across the Street.
Tuesday 15th July
This morning we were up early and after a delicious breakfast on the patio at our hotel we headed up to walk up though the archaeological site of Mystras. It was great as there was ************e else around, it doesn't seem to be a hugely popular tourist destination just yet luckily for us so we had the novelty of enjoying it ...
... On the main dome was Jesus as the Pando Crator, the all-seeing Son of God. Mary and St. John were also on the dome, and the border was surrounded by the 12 apostles. The iconostasis in the Varlaam monastery dates to the 19th century, and it is made out of wood. In the museum, there were other holy relics and artifacts that had been contained in the monastery through the years. After viewing the Varlaam monastery, the choir sang "The Best of All" with permission from ...
... of skulls. Growing up connecting church with peace, it was interesting to see a war museum in a church.
Once again, it was hard to capture the beauty of the area on film (can I say that using a digital camera?), but hopefully our shots give you an idea of this marvelous experience we were lucky to have.
Next we head south, as it’s getting a little chilly at night up north.
Denny, Christine, and ...
... of the 2 mile walk up the mountain and 2 mile walk down the mountain in order to get to the ten steps or the multiple steps you have to engage once you enter the monastery. Other monasteries require 145 steps, some more and some less. Don't forget that the numbered steps are for ...