Hotel Meteora

Address: Trikalon-Ioanninon, Kalambaka, Thessaly, 42200, Greece | 5 star hotel
 
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This 5 star hotel is located on Trikalon-Ioanninon, Kalambaka.
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      Travel Blogs from Kalambaka

      The Oracle in Delphi - It's Sarah's Birthday Month

      A travel blog entry by braught on Apr 01, 2015

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      First of all I want to acknowledge that IT IS SARAH'S BIRTHDAY MONTH! Beautiful sunny day in Delphi. We are off for a full morning tour of Ancient Delphi and it's museum. The guide told us all the tales of the importance of Delphi and how The Oracle under the temple was really a woman who was sniffing ether from an underground fault. The priest would then interpret her mumblings to solve peoples worries. The site was very pretty with a market, reconstructed treasury, temple and ...

      Meteora - cliffs and monasteries

      A travel blog entry by davetamara on Sep 22, 2014

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      Monday 22 September – Travel to Kalambaka



      We missed our agent Kosta at Larissa
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      our coach which we shared with a Greek couple and a Korean couple. We exchanged
      create polite greetings with the Greeks, and the Korean man spoke some English,
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      Meteroa

      A travel blog entry by melliekat on May 20, 2014

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      ... only saw a couple of monks and nuns at each one but Maria said that there are about 30 living at each. We were not allowed to take pictures inside so unfortunately cannot share the beauty of these churches visually.

      When we were leaving the convent, Mel went to pet a stray cat that ended up cuddling with her and curled up on her lap. She so wanted to take him home...he had some sores and burrs matted into his fur…poor ...

      Moving Right Along

      A travel blog entry by salbertson on Jan 19, 2014

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      ... Tombs Museum, which is still not particularly well-known as a tourist site, so that's pretty much the only thing there. It may not be a big tourist spot, but the tumulus, or ancient burial site, is definitely a great place to see. Unfortunately, we weren't allowed to take pictures, but it was an incredible experience. There were lots of ancient artifacts like pottery, royal headpieces, armor, and weaponry. The tombs of Phillip II and the Macedonian ...

      Monks on high!

      A travel blog entry by roamingfree on Nov 19, 2013

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      ... auto; ">The other thing that struck us was the number of shrines the whole length of the motorway and in the rest areas....I have no idea how you are supposed to pray as you drive past at 100 kph! We thought they must be a memorial to road crash victims like the white crosses you get in NZ, but despite the high accident rate in Greece, there were just too many of them, so we asked a couple at one of the rest stops when we stopped for lunch. He said that inside ...