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- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... the dreaded BMW warning light on the dash. Internet searching established that it needed a BMW shop to connect their computer and diagnose the problem. Peter and Blaze set off on one bike to find a dealer, not easy in rural Greece, and found a BMW car dealer who did not have the machine for bikes but arranged a tow truck to his workshop, phoned Thessaloniki for advise and a part, and recommended an inexpensive hotel. We spent the next day enjoying the lakeside cafes ...
As we came into town things modernized. We drove past the airport as we scouted out the distance for tomorrow. I was also curious how the 'Euro Crisis' affected this part of Greece which isnt as touristy but the town seemed normal and doing reasonably well. ...
We stopped for the night in Ioannina at the Hotel DuLac. The hotel was very opulent.
The rain let up a bit after we checked in to the hotel, which afforded us a chance to walk along the shores of the lake to the walls of the old city, where we ate a nice little supper. Sue had chicken on a spit, and Darrell had a pork gyro. For Sue, this simple meal was the best she had yet...because she eats like a bird....
After dinner, we walked through the ...
... at the border, exiting was simple and only a small queue entering Greece. Then on to customs were then directed to by-pass the rest of the queue and we were then asked if we had anything to declare (I did not mention the head cold) and we're just waved on through. Yeah, back on our way.
We only had 50kms to drive to our destination Lake Ioannina. Ahead of us were some ominous dark rain clouds and soon we were using the wiper blades for the first time ...
19 June 2015
We really appreciate the fact that we can "park off" on the road side, if we need to, and be completely "safe", as we were outside Konitsa.
An early morning stop at fuel station and off we went to follow the advice of the man who ran it. He thought we would enjoy a trip to The Stone Villages. And we did.
We visited two of them - Molitsa and Ganadio. The latter is over 450 years old. Both were built by local artisans who ...