Olympic

Address: Ioanninon-Trikalon 3, Metsovo, Epirus, 442 00, Greece | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Ioanninon-Trikalon 3, Metsovo.
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    Travel Blogs from Metsovo

    Albania-Greece Border Crossing, Byzantine Museum

    A travel blog entry by londone7 on Oct 02, 2015

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    As we came into town things modernized. We drove past the airport as we scouted out the distance for tomorrow. I was also curious how the 'Euro Crisis' affected this part of Greece which isnt as touristy but the town seemed normal and doing reasonably well. ...

    Above the clouds

    A travel blog entry by jasonandjamie on Sep 19, 2014

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    ... 22k that day in quite warm conditions which I felt quite proud about seeing how many people were around and on a bus. We were naturally super tired so after a quick shower headed straight back out for an early dinner, which I must say was probably one of the best grilled dinners we had. Or maybe we were just super hungry from the day but it was good! All washed down with a lovely Greek salad, wine and two whining cats at our feet.

    We left the next day on a bus bound for Athens!
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    Meteora

    A travel blog entry by bnnashton on Jan 20, 2014

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    After a night's stay at Kalambaka, we set out to explore the striking rock formations and monasteries of Meteora. The sharp, jutting formations of the rocks at Meteora make for the perfect place for monasteries and nunneries to exist in isolation, but they certainly were a challenging environment in which to establish the cloistered communities in the first place. The monks built a cart on a sort of pulley system that could transport goods and the monks themselves to ...

    Hanging out with Monks in Greece

    A travel blog entry by christine_n_den on Oct 01, 2013

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    ... threatened. Today, most people take a bus as close as they can get to the monasteries and walk on steps carved out of the surrounding rock.

    As some of you know, our next destination will be Nepal, where we will be doing a lot of hiking, (some of it at pretty high elevations) so we decided to walk up, in part so we can at least say we've done some training for the Himalayans. We all enjoyed the stunning views; the insides of the ...

    (II) Meteora - Thousands of Uneven Steps

    A travel blog entry by nicholaspappas on Aug 03, 2012

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    ... steps. The treads (itself) are, at times, broken, chipped and sometimes loose, while others are worn or too smooth. Hundreds of steps are cut into the side of the mountain where the tread may only hold a size 5 shoe. Those wearing 11-triple E shoes (me) can't fully step onto the ...