- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
Photos of Primoula Hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Primoula Hotel Zagori
Travel Blogs from Zagori
... out my bunk 3 times and so eventually made for the bunk on the opposite side of the cabin. At least there I can lay against the wall and be thrown against the wall instead of onto my bike boxes and floor.
Time was going on and on and eventually at about 3am an announcement came over the speaker system "will all passengers please return their cabin keys to reception". I looked out and could not see any land and the ship was still crashing through the rough seas and so ...
... excitement. And in the next couple of days, we really explore the area, visiting villages, rivers and waterfalls (rather large ones, for greek standards that is ;), but mostly walking in natural paths under the crisp November weather. Most of the villages in the area are not as scenic as Sirrako (where we stayed) and nearby Kalarites, but these two are really beautiful. The waterfalls outside the village Katarraktis are worth a visit and so does the tiny ...
... place the 3 of us shared a room because we booked it so long ago when we thought we'd be all three in the same room for the whole trip, it worked fine except Gwendols got a sofa bed which almost ate her in the night!! The second night she had to put her mattress on the floor but she could have had a room to herself because when Marios saw us coming in the first afternoon he came running out to ask why had we packed up the sofa bed, was it not comfortable, could he offer us another room??
... to someone stopped in the middle of the street and then just after we crossed the Rio Antirrio Bridge all the cars that had been speeding along like mad things all came to a very sedate pace and a nice straight lane, we were commenting how strange this behaviour was when we came around a corner to find about 3 or 4 police cars and policemen on the other side of the road with several cars pulled up, not sure if it was maybe a random breath test type thing or just ...
... crossing took about an hour. The longest one yet on the whole journey. Most of the time was taken by selecting random ( my guess) people off the bus for them to identify their luggage and have it searched. Luckily I wasn't one of those people and didn't have to show my dirty underwear (I have nothing else).
Arrived in Ioannina at about 11. However, I got dropped off at the intersection to the ring road - about 5km from the center. Not ...