Address: Vyronos 4, Tríkala, Thessaly, 42100, Greece | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Vyronos 4, Tríkala, is near Lake Plastira.
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Travel Blogs from Tríkala

Thurs 2nd – Mon 13th July 2015 I, SL, HR, GR

A travel blog entry by sam.wilson on Jul 13, 2015

134 photos

... opportunities, so we enjoy our standard beach visit format: sunbathe-read-swim-snorkel-and again. Next stop is Split, where we park outskirts and walk through the market to the harbour and the walled city. We wander inside the walls to explore the old town – it is like a labyrinth so when we see squares for a second time we can’t help but be surprised. We have some admin to do, so visit the tourist office before finding a quiet spot to make a phone call. ...

Location, Location, Location

A travel blog entry by samcohon on Jan 31, 2015

5 comments, 17 photos

Location, Location, Location

The drive from Thessaloniki to Meteora is about three hours. It would take less time except that the Greeks don't necessarily believe in posting road signs to major sites, and definitely don’t believe that sharp curves on side roads should be graded. So if you don’t want to get hopelessly lost, or end up in a ditch, you had better slow down.

The best part about this long and unremarkable drive is ...

Athens, Meteora and Albania

A travel blog entry by anonymoussteve on Aug 28, 2014

7 photos

... 0px; margin-left: 0px; ">I said ‘Of course I am,’ you took my clothes off.
And I was so scared to talk to your friends
Pretended ...

Day Nine! Metéora, Greece

A travel blog entry by timeicher on Jan 20, 2014

19 photos

... lasts for about 3 hours. Around 6:30AM they have a simple breakfast of bread, olives, cheese, and tea. Then they began to work or do their chores. Some chores are cooking, gardening, and cleaning. Every monk has a job. After work they have a siesta before starting the night ceremony at 6:00PM. The first monastery we visited was Varlaam named after the very first monk. It was a beautiful structure. The monks would communicate with each other over ...

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 ...