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TravelPod Member ReviewsArhondiko Zarkada Monodendri
A 3 star hotel, family run with everything you need. The rooms are great, the owners helpful, interent access, restaurant and breakfast included for 45.00 euro a night. Again, we hit the low season so a different story had it been a lot more experience! My word, if your willing to drive 35 minutes to the bus station to pick us up and take us back to your hotel...that's winning by my books!
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... for the best ever breakfast of fried eggs and sausage with cheese pastries and great coffee and tea. Not even the poring rain could dampen our spirits. Hitting the border we encounter the usual go slow Turkish policy but to our surprise and delight the Greek side said "we are a bit busy at the moment with lots of trucks, so why don't you go thru to the coffee shop and have some lunch and we will sort you in about 20 minutes". We returned at the appointed time ...
Today I was leaving Albania and heading back to northern Greece. After the early morning bus to Gjirokaster yesterday and early morning flight home tomorrow I was looking forward to the chance to sleep in a bit today.
The hotel had a gourmet fresh made breakfast including date ...
... bustle of the streets, which like most Greek towns, comes to life after 8:00 PM.
We grabbed some ice cream on our way back to towards the hotel, which is almost, we say ALMOST, as good as the gelato in Italy.
We got a little lost, since Darrell does not follow instructions well, and we had to ask for directions a few times. The locals were very friendly, and helped us to get back to the hotel. It was a long day, so an early night was okay with us.
... we found the main road we should have been on. Yeah. Gayle had fabulous views along the coastal route, I had my eyes focused on the road. I was aware of the elevation we were at with the pressure on my eardrums.
For a while we traversed along a long hydro electricity power canal, the water was crystal clear then magically the disappeared, more or less directly into the mountain. The coast line has many water out flows from the mountain rages. In ...
... towns. I guess in today's recessionary climate a centuries old holiday cottage set in a remote, inaccessible corner, is just not affordable. We loved the time there (hence the number of photos) but it left us wondering about life there in the past, and what the future holds especially in these financially precarious times. Apart from in these villages, in every shop, fuel station or café we've been into people have been watching the TV news channel for ...