Divani Meteora Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDivani Meteora Hotel Kalambaka
Probably should give this one 5 stars but it has no free wifi...not even in the lobby and there was a mysterious leak from the ceiling above the bathroom door...presumably somebody overflowed the bath above us. Other than that, it's very nice and the location close to town is very convenient.
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... queue. We tried blocking her but she started up in Greek and engaged the people in front of us who were Greek senior woman; her daughter our age and fluffy dog. This was a classic example of a prevalent belligerent and rude attitude towards foreigners that we are picking up on here - accordingly why we asserted our place in the line to more of a barrage of harsh Greek. In the end I gave in, and said to Vern to let it go - really one place in the line that ...
... back and had another go - this time for longer. He was so irate security was called and eventually they had to physically wheel him away. I get a bit upset when I hear and see such anger - get a bit worried a gun is going to come out next.
Part of the whole Greek economy is the breakdown of infrastructure of things like the rail service. I have already mentioned the graffiti and most trains are covered in them. The trains are ...
... to be quite picturesque, and very
pleasant after Athens.
In the evening we found an excellent restaurant. Most people eat quite late but
the restaurants are quite willing to serve strange tourists who want to dine at
seven o’clock. If you go to Kalambaka you should go the Archontariki and try
their briam, which is a sort of ratatouille baked in the oven. After dinner we
had an interesting ...
... in many ways. After our visit to the museum it was time to leave Delphi for Meteora, but first we had to stop at the fountains of truth to fill our water bottles. The fountain delivers fresh mountain water to villagers and other travelers who stop to enjoy such fresh water. We have seen these types of fountains throughout the Greek countryside.
As we traveled from Delphi to Meteora we passed over Mt. Parnassus (one of Greece's main ...
... clothes at the local supermarket and we were all set to continue our tour.
The only other down side was that we didn't get lunch till 4:30pm. Having had breakfast at seven I was so hungry that I very nearly ate a toothpick that I didn't notice was holding my toasted sandwhiches together. I was happily chomping away on my fist bite of sandwich (and wood) and only discovered the toothpick when ...