- Adjoining Rooms
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Finally out of the mist and the wet road became dry and I could speed up a bit and get going to my overnight stay on Florina.
On arriving into this town it seemed just about every hotel has closed down or was closed for winter and I ended up riding around in all directions.
At one point I was parked up looking at my satnav for more hotels when I heard lots of hooting. What the hell is all that noise about I asked myself and there ahead of me was a train ...
... for a view from on high of the Museum on the Water. There are [or were?] 365 monasteries surrounding the lake. We climbed toward the monastery. The views of the lake are pretty but not spectacular. After 0950, we veered off.
Peacocks were about on the grounds of the monastery. The interior frescoes are from the 9th c; the exterior, the 18th c. Whatever number of old frescoes one sees, it is still amazing to that the paint has survived to the degree it ...
... on corners or roundabouts, luckerly no damaged to either person or bike. I also dropped my bike at the order crossing getting into Greece, the roads we wet and I missed my footing and over it went! Again no damage except dented pride. Tomorrow we have decided to take motorways rather than the back roads to give us a easier day.
... cafes. There's also a large museum about Albanias history but unfortunately very little in English. On the second night we went out for supper with a charming American couple, Dave and Maia, who were exploring the Balkans like us.
We met a Japanese chap called Yuichiro who was cycling from Portugal to Japan over the course of a year and a month. We were heading in the same direction so we teamed up for a marvelous day through the Albanian ...
From Thessaloniki we travelled to Kastoria, and waited there for the other bus who goes next to the camp!
We met Francesco there, very nice Swiss guy, who we became
friends with, in rainbow family! We met a latvian guy, a slovakian, polish, israelians and many more while we were on the bus, people have already started
to play music with all kind of instruments...like wooden flutes and santur, many drums and classical instruments! it was like heaven for us:) when we ...