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- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Metsovo
... eggs, and sausages. We left the hotel, headed down the long hill climb and went back to the highway to catch the bus to the Greek border.
Yesterday when we had arrived we asked locals and they said to wait here for the bus. Today however they said there was no bus. What!?. I think ...
... much for the next night but decided to head to Kalamata quite a big city for a look around on the way to Olympia. The Roads were CRAZY we were pretty much driving on the side of big cliff faces and then through caves, the views were stunning but rather scary. At one stage we came across a farmer moving his goats and we were completely surrounded, there were even old Greek ladies selling flowers on the side of the road.. not sure who to as there was hardly any traffic. ...
After we went to the Monastery Varlaam, we climbed about 150 steps up to the Holy Trinity Monastery.
In the main church, there were two halls, like there had been for Varlaam. This monastery was built in the late 16th century, and, like the Monastery Varlaam, there were paintings of Christ, angels, prophets, and evangelists on the ceiling. On the left side of the iconoclast, there were paintings depicting the resurrection of Christ, and ...
... am still stunned they even chose to build on the tops of the outcrops in the 14 -16th centuary. There are 6 left out of the original 16, erosion is their greatest challenge as its sandstone. Well done to unesco for protecting this as world heritage. Driving through the plains on the way home, photos can't capture the size and vastness. The slow part was the 6 return hour trip to Athens but it was worth it to see ...
... Sore feet, thirsty throats and with enriched hearts, we left Meteora after three days. We packed the car and departed for Lechovo - two hours by car and located north of Meteora and a bit south of the Albanian border. Next stop: the village of my paternal forefathers.