Palladion

Address: Vyronos 4, Tríkala, Thessaly, 42100, Greece | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Vyronos 4, Tríkala, is near Lake Plastira.
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Travel Blogs from Tríkala

A DREAM COME TRUE

A travel blog entry by mek1 on Oct 10, 2014

25 photos

... This was the easiest approach rather than walking up all the steps. There are two bridges over abysses that must be crossed to get into the monastery. As you look down from one of the bridges you see a beautiful flower garden on the nuns. These monasteries are sturdy stone structures perched on the top of these pinnacles. There are many theories as to how they were built but it is known that the monks and visitors used to be pulled ...

Oh boy...

A travel blog entry by katiespellmeyer on Oct 04, 2014

... light breakfast before heading to Dodona. Dodona was a pretty small spot of ruins where we had some introductory talks and poetry recitations to kick off the Greece trip. Here’s the thing we realized once we got off the boat: it was kind of chilly, solid sweater weather. In packing they told us to pack for all seasons except winter, but as it turns out I wish I had packed more sweaters. At Dodona we saw more stray dogs and two stray puppies who were ...

The Turks Paid For It, But the Greeks Built It!

A travel blog entry by haysnoe on Jun 13, 2014

... by the EU.

After we dropped him off, we continued on to the big town of Kalabaka which sits at the foot of the surreal UNESCO World Heritage Site of Meteora. There we caught up with some cafe time and scouted out the area for a good place to watch the World Cup match the next night between Greece and Colombia. Our hotel was in a smaller town down the road that presumably would be catering more to visitors to the site, so we wanted to ...

Meteora ... needs no other introduction.

A travel blog entry by footloose_llr on Oct 31, 2013

3 comments, 85 photos

... way up on a cliff face dependant on the alms of the villagers delivered via a lowered basket. Call me crazy but to me that is such a romantic idea, for someone to devote their life to solitary devotion and be prepared to suffer such deprivation.....to just be meditating, praying, thinking, however one would describe it.....ALL the time, it's amazing and yet more hermits joined him. They were in their own caves, as there are so very many huge rocks and caves about, but ...

OVERLAND...and water.

A travel blog entry by emtyadventures on Oct 26, 2013

26 photos

... taking to the motorway once more.

The Greek roads were home to some unexpected and unusual things. Unkempt cotton fields were strewn on the sides producing fake snow flakes to fall around us. Many sad abandoned buildings died alone in disused yards, showing the strain this country was operating under. But the objects of my curiosity were the boxes placed every few miles or at stops or at intersections. Some were elegant tin boxes, some rusty and dented, some ...