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- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Hot tub
- Free High-Speed Internet
TripAdvisor Reviews Pyrgos Adrachti Kastráki
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... that for lunch.Did some washing and after an hour it was bone dry, and the washing line was in the shade.It is very hot, sleeping with all the vents and windows open, the fan blowing over us but still uncomfortable . Only in the morning there is a bit of relief.Tonight it will be BBQ and beer from Lidl.We had Moussaka and stuffed tomatoes at the campsite restaurant last night and 0.5L red wine at E3.50, and it was quite drinkable. (Mom says delicious)
... have long trousers on...something to do with having the crutch hidden, but all the monasteries have a bundle of them at the entrance so not a problem.
... 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 ...
... there are olive trees growing ... Paddocks, in the middle of the highway, in front gardens and in pots. The other plant that dominates is the oleander which grows along every main road and down the centre as well. Lamia was our lunch stop before moving on towards Kalambaka. On the way, we went through a small town where storks from South Africa come each year to breed. There were a number of storks nesting on top of power poles and bell tower. Kalambaka is a ...
... road up to the monasteries driving past so many a spectacular viewing spot. We decided on one monastery to check out so off we trekked, down and then back up. The monastery itself was nice to see inside but it is the view from up here that makes it so special. Lonely planet suggested that women have to wear long skirts to enter the monastery, but I was one of about 50% of the woman who abided by this so perhaps the monks ...