Papanastassiou Hotel

Address: Elati, Tríkala, Thessaly, 420 32, Greece | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Elati, Tríkala, is near Lake Plastira.
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      Travel Blogs from Tríkala

      The Oracle in Delphi - It's Sarah's Birthday Month

      A travel blog entry by braught on Apr 01, 2015

      12 photos

      ... pointed out the "ancient" olive grove on way back down the mountain from Delphi. The trunks had to be 24" in diameter at least. Lila told us the trees can live fir hundreds of years. The drive to Kalampaka was 4 hours. Through the mountains then across their largest plain and bread basket. One of the things surprising to me is that Greece is 70% mountains. We take a short 30 min visit to Kalampaka to shop. Grocery store was interesting with its Easter bread and Easter baskets. ...

      Meteora

      A travel blog entry by bels_adventure on Sep 24, 2014

      3 photos

      ... the mountains - except these mountains were more like giant giant boulders. And on top of these huge boulders monasteries are built on them, they blend right into the rock. So we got into our nun-like gear (long pants aren't acceptable for girls by the way, it must be a skirt below the knees - thank you big W maxi dress) and headed up the mountain to check it out. The stairs up and down the main monestary were enough to ...

      Monasteries

      A travel blog entry by rachelniewiada on May 29, 2014

      3 comments, 3 photos

      ... rocks to be closer to God and then decided to build the monasteries. While visiting, us females had to wear skirts that went all the way to our ankles and shirts that covered our shoulders. I'm used to covering knees and shoulders for religious sites, but pants were not an option for females! Hmph! So, I borrowed a sarong and was able to wear as a long skirt since it extended waaaaaay past my ankles. Lol. #NOT short ...

      OVERLAND...and water.

      A travel blog entry by emtyadventures on Oct 26, 2013

      26 photos

      ... We hysterically laughed at our ourselves through the entire (and very serious) process of exiting one country and entering another.

      Daylight was fading fast, and despite our adrenalin hit of exploring an Albanian farmers muddy property on motorbikes, we were absolutely wrecked. We pushed on and on lapping up and back rural roads trying to follow signs that looked like they should belong to an American Frat House. We latched on to the action of being overtaken by ...

      Magnificent Monasteries

      A travel blog entry by ahartry on Oct 03, 2013

      ... appeared to be a nunnery (and where the nuns were working). It was actually quite calm walking up the path, as no tourist busses were spitting out Hungarian tourists. One of the ship tour groups were up in the monastery, but, for once, the Americans were not the most annoying tourists around. We could get up and down the steps without being shoved aside. Nice. (I know I’m getting old when I say things like this a mean it.)

      Upon completion of the monastery, ...