Archontiko Metsovou Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Swimming pool
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Hotel Arsenis **
* Free parking
* Water (“The best” from a hose)
* Books for sale (“The best”)
* Music (“The best”)
We stayed here not as hotel guests but in our campervan in the car park. The parking spaces were basic but adequate, with limited shade available. ‘Mama’s special sausage’ (made by the butcher ...
... at a beach for Dave to swim...He logged another sea ( the Aegean). We had beer and octopus tentacle in a little local place with no menu. He waiter was so cute when I asked about a menu. He's pointed to himself and in broken English said "I am the menu!!" We also visited the bike capital of Greece, and its fortress in the Turkish Quarter. Doesn't seem so Turkish now since we are sending this from I.stanbul on our way ...
... caution to the wind - having not had a meal out for several weeks, we found a little cafe where we ordered Moussaka and Souvlaki at 7 Euro each. it was really delicious and as in Turkey, the Greeks serve a basket of bread with all meals. Just as Mark was finishing the last of the bread, the lady put a plate of sliced apple sprinkled with cinnamon and honey on the table which we had not ordered. Being savvy travellers, we guessed this would be added to the ...
Leigh’s knee was no good so she hobbled the last part. Back in the village we went to to this great restaurant with the best Greek food. For 8 E we could choose 1 meat and 3 serves of veggies. I had lamb in eggplant, zucchini, celery & leeks – all sooo good!! Of course it was accompanied with nice bread ...
... were standard bible scenes and judgment reminders (people being led in chains by demons or sent down a red chute below Jesus' feet to the maw of a peculiar fish beast into hell). In Grand Meteora the scenes were very much about martyrdom. The number of beheadings and other mutilations was beyond counting, with an almost gleeful depiction of blood-spouting necks next to severed heads complete with their halo. According to the artists, various saints had been ...