Kosta Famissi Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsKosta Famissi Hotel Tríkala
Nice but not extravagant.
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... detail in the church/prey area is remarkable to see the birth of Jesus, last supper, all in different colours and the picture displaying the story so well.
Learnt that the egg (like easter egg) is a symbol of recreation which I never knew before. Didn't really take in much other historical information as it was on a higher scale than I could understand but I enjoyed walking around and taking a look myself.
... or stopping once we were tired.
We exited the island the same place we entered, and hit the motorway to make some distance inland. We selected a town at random, Ioannina, which had a vast still lake and an old castle property which had been converted into a quiet town inside it’s walls. Unbeknown to us, it was a Greek long weekend. The positive was that the town was booming. The negative was finding accommodation. We at last found a hotel, which was painted ...
... be the hallmark of monasteries, but it is good for business. All of the monasteries seem to have new stairs, new patios, and upgraded buildings. They charge only 3 Euros for entry, which tells you how many visitors must come each year.
The first site we visited was Agios Stephanos, which is a nunnery. This was less crowded than some of the others, and nuns seemed to run things. We were particularly enchanted with the super-friendly cats. The murals in the ...
... St. Dimitris on October 26th, we were blessed with a lovely three-day weekend at the end of the month. We took the opportunity to visit Meteora which was easily one of the most spectacular things I have ever seen.
Our journey began early that Friday morning and we headed to the airport to pick up our rental van. We named him Vassilis, obviously. All eight of us packed into the van and began driving due north. I was ...
... on trusting to the watchfulness of a driver.
One thing that we have noticed in Greece, and nowhere else, is the large number of stray dogs around. There were a few stray cats in Italy, but Greece has far more of this too. One dog, not a stray judging by his coat, adopted us as we walked along the road, trotting ahead and waiting for us to catch up. I was worried that he was going to adopt us more permanently but he lost interest in us at a photo ...