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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... The rock formations of Meteora cover an area of 20 sq. km. These are the only such formations in Greece. As you approach Meteora from Kalambaka, the first monastery that you see high up on the rocks, is St. Stephen. This is the first monastery that we are going to visit. There is a bridge that you must cross to enter the monastery. There is an inscription as you enter "St. Jeremiah 1192". In fact this site was inhabited by its ...
... pics) We found the main monastery that is now a museum quite fascinating. Had lunch down at Kalampaka and then went back up the mountain to try to catch sunset photos.
... my cabin. Dr. Hatlie had described it as going back to your mother’s womb… The weirdest analogy I’ve ever heard, but I kind of get it now. The room is so small and dark and slowly and subtly rocking back and forth. Gosh I slept so well.
Unfortunately we had to get up early to depart at Igoumenitsa, Greece. Just from when we got off the ferry there were about 5 stray dogs that started following us everywhere. We got off and went to ...
... us busy just the same. With a trip to the Monasteries, a hike to town through the hillsides, a walk up to the 9th century Cathedral, Mitropolois, strolling the squares in the evening and what we like best is enjoying traditional Greek food - mmm!
And we learned that Kalambaka has a train station - no more bus - we can train into the Greek City of Thessaloniki - our jumping point to Turkey and new adventures!
I awoke at my hotel beneath huge spires of rock. Up above, several monasteries and nunneries were built in secluded caves built into the rocks. For centuries, the only way in or out was to be lifted by baskets on pulleys, or across drawbridges. I guess hermits really like their privacy.
If I took the 9 am bus to the top, I could see 3 or more in the day, buy an onward train ticket to Thessaloniki, grab dinner and be off. I had a nice breakfast in the common ...