Primoula Hotel

Address: Ano Pedina, Zagori, Epirus, 45500, Greece | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel is located on Ano Pedina, Zagori.
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      The slow way to Loannina

      A travel blog entry by adventurescot on Nov 07, 2014

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      ... as my bike is a UK bike where we drive on the left so the headlight is directed towards the left and of course in Europe that will simply blind oncoming traffic. Also with my bike boxes being loaded it will also point the headlight up in the air and that is mainly why I try not to ride in the dark.

      Finally I am approaching the town of Loannina and right there at the entrance to the town is a grand modern hotel and so its off in there I go.

      Once again I got ...

      Ahh, Aoos

      A travel blog entry by haysnoe on Jun 17, 2014

      ... thinking while hiking along the river how much fun it would be to kayak down it, until we reached our car in a very fulfilled state. This was one of those hikes that was a real winner. Not too long (six miles in total), a good but not absurd amount of elevation gain, and a huge payoff at the end in the monastery. Very hungry by this point we moved on to the town of Konitsa for a bite before heading back to Ioannina. The road to the town was up a very steep route. Soon ...

      Beloi Means "Great View"

      A travel blog entry by haysnoe on Jun 16, 2014

      ... Gorge, a Greek national park and s scene of astonishing beauty. The vastness of this gorge seemed to approximate Arizona's Grand Canyon and though not as long (the Grand Canyon is about 200 miles long - Vikos maybe 25) the dizzying heights, and depths, are comparable. Plus, we had this lookout all to ourselves for a good hour under beautiful blue skies.

      On the return we stopped in the village of Vradeto and enjoyed a typical meal of Greek Salad and ...

      Thunder, Lightning - World Around Me's Frightening

      A travel blog entry by haysnoe on Jun 15, 2014

      ... up, around and through the mountains in the region was spectacular, again, and we arrived in the historic and ridiculously charming village of Metsovo just after noon.

      It seemed as though everyone in the town was present near the town square and the paseo was on full display. Whereas in Spain the pageantry of the paseo happens late at night, in Metsovo on a Sunday it happens mid-day and with a lot of action. A band was on stage playing traditional ...

      Epirus tour part 2

      A travel blog entry by jolotravelling on Nov 04, 2013

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      ... even walk straight. It seems, thus, kind of annoying that we have to carry all our staff throughout the village, since you have to leave your car out of its center. The hosts of our traditional guesthouse, Stavraetos, seem gracious, but I am too tired to notice. So, when I wake up the next morning, there a lot of things that I am noticing for the first time. Like that the village is completely built in stone, on top of a mountain, facing a gorge. ...