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... it had a thriving textile industry, a few dozen of the 600 mansions remain around it's cobbled streets. We will visit the village tomorrow, we drive a little further up the winding road to a view point, wow what a view it is. A lovely spot to stay the night. A local lady stopped as she walked by to chat to us, she was very friendly and enquirer if we needed anything. It wasn't long before the sun set, the sky looked quite impressive with big streaks of yellow and orange across ...
... of Varlaam. We spent an hour there admiring the construction
of the monastery on top of the cliffs and the ornate church whose interior
walls were entirely covered with frescoes. They were building an extension and
the materials were lifted up in a bucket from the base of the cliffs many feet
below. Originally this was the only means of access and the new monks were
hauled up to the monastery in a net on ...
... The owner was very friendly and gave me all the information I need to know about the monastries in Kalambaka. The hotel itself is located in Kastraki which is cheaper than Kalambaka but further from the bus stop. The two person bedroom was comfortable and affordable but the TV did not work and the wi-fi could not reach my room so I sat on the lounge to use the internet. They provided a large breakfast in the morning but it was nothing ...
... city with many different businesses and people. While there, our guide showed us several important spots in the city. The first part being the remains of the ancient city. It was amazing seeing these grounds sit in the middle of this present day busy culture. Here, we were able to see different columns and rocks that were part of structures and also see a theater. Afterwards we walked across the street ...
... the village that clings to the bottom of these incredible rock formations. Raised up by earthquakes and then eroded by the weather, these very solid rock pinnacles reminiscent of Cappadocia and yet completely different.