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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... so much better than at home. Everywhere we have been in Greece has been so cheap, eg. gyros (what we would call souvlaki at home) with chips is about €1.50, a glass of wine €1, beer €3, 6 x 1.5L water €0.99. The hotel was huge and Si and I got a big room and bathroom which was awesome to have some space. There was a massive pool and garden too so everyone just chilled out for the evening. Dinner was included at the hotel and I ate a whole plate of ...
... in a a sizable Greek town that would allow us to watch the locals live and die with the game and not just with a bunch of tourists who didn't care.
Having scouted out Kalabaka, we moved on to Kastraki, a much smaller village a little closer to the monasteries at Meteora. While Kastraki is filled with small hotels and guesthouses to accommodate the thousands of tourists who come to Meteora each year, it still possesses a definite charm and sense ...
... with us.
So, these bad things happen, such as with the car down in the city below, but if you persevere eventually you are rewarded when traveling. Lynn and I have a saying that goes something along the lines of "90% of the battle is in just showing up". We could have bailed out many times this day but pressed on and enjoyed incredible rewards. We were quite sad to have to leave this village the next morning but would love to return some day.
... then decided to go have some lunch while we decided which we preferred, lunch was at a cafe right on the town square where a very Greek mumma with little english served us.... we managed between us with our broken greek to order and I didn't mention it to the others cos I didn't want to put them off their lunch but as she delivered our meals I noticed her fingernails were flithy... yuk.. no wonder GJ ended up feeling ill later that day ...
... This is where we get the name Peloponese. He was tipped off about these unbeatable stallions so unbeknown to Knossos changed the axle of his chariot to one made out of wax. As the race was underway, the wax gradually melted and the wheels well and truly came off Knossos’s enterprise, so to speak. He had to concede and Prince Pelops married the daughter.
Angela now took us over to a pile of stones that were cordoned off. This is the place where, every ...