Galaxia Hotel

Address: Ioanninon-Trikalon, Metsovo, Epirus, 44200, Greece | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Ioanninon-Trikalon, Metsovo.
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      The slow way to Loannina

      A travel blog entry by adventurescot on Nov 07, 2014

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      Adriatic adventure 7-11-14 Ferry-Patra-Loannina

      Well I just don't know how to start this blog tonight. We finally docked in Igoumenitsa at about 19h30 and quickly unloaded the trucks etc.

      By 20h15 we were on our way again. Out on deck it was extremely warm with a rather strong wind and slight rain.

      After leaving port all felt quite smooth and so I lay down and was hoping to get some sleep but as soon as the ship got back out into the main sea those ...

      Oh boy...

      A travel blog entry by katiespellmeyer on Oct 04, 2014

      ... bathrooms lack specifically. They don’t have toilets! I mean, not everywhere, but a lot of places just give you a hole in the floor, need I say more? Well even if that isn’t clear enough that’s all I’m saying. After we left the monastery we got back on the bus and headed back down the mountain to Kalambaka where our hotel was. We checked in at Hotel Orfeas and finally had the opportunity to shower and get wifi. At 8 we headed down for ...

      Hanging out with Monks in Greece

      A travel blog entry by christine_n_den on Oct 01, 2013

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      In Northern Greece political upheaval and danger from the Turkish raiders during the early 1400s made being a monk a surprisingly dangerous occupation. Fortunately for the monks, tall sandstone (actually conglomerate with rare sandstone lenses, but I digress) spires proved safe haven. The monks built many monasteries near the top of spires. Rope ladders were then used to access the monasteries, and the monks would simply pull the ladders up if ...

      I touched the world's Navel. (Delphi & Meteora

      A travel blog entry by dizzysparkles on Sep 08, 2012

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      ... up with ropes in their dresses! I'm sure they would find it insulting I called their sacred habits a dress. The buildings themselves were absolutely beautiful with much detail. I loved looking at the frescos in the chapels. They are...unique. You also notice the eyes in many painted figures are scratched out (except Jesus) from when the Turkish ruled - they believe the eyes are the windows to the soul and should not be painted. I could stop 'wowing' over these amazing places ...

      Pinnacle monasteries

      A travel blog entry by nancydeb on Oct 04, 2011

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      ... beacon of Europe, yesterday, today and always". It raved about Byzantium in similar vein (for instance as providing the foundations for the moral values of the universe). It did however have some wonderful illuminated manuscripts on display, including one from the 10th century and great silver-bound gospel books. It had 14th and 15th century printed copies of Plato and Aristophanes and claimed to have played an important role in preserving the classics. It had ...