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Address: Kastrakiou Street, Kastráki, Thessaly, 422 00, Greece | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Kastrakiou Street, Kastráki.
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    Travel Blogs from Kastráki

    A DREAM COME TRUE

    A travel blog entry by mek1 on Oct 10, 2014

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    ... years ago a cave was discovered in this rock containing the fossilized remains of deer and bear which are estimated to be over 50,000 years old.

    In the 14th century AD there were 20 monasteries in Meteora. Ottoman armies in the 18th and 19th centuries burnt all but 6 to the ground. Mt. Athos is the biggest monastic center in Greece with 20 monasteries. Only men are allowed to visit Mt. Athos with a special ...

    Oh boy...

    A travel blog entry by katiespellmeyer on Oct 04, 2014

    ... were on board it was pretty nice. We put our things in our snug little cabins before sitting down to a dinner of a huge plate of pasta. After dinner everyone seemed to be hanging out in the reception/bar/lounge area and watching as we left the port. I hung out for a bit, but since we had to get up at 5:30 (4:30 Rome time) I opted to go to bed. I definitely got lost a few times trying to find the room, but eventually I made it past all the sleeping gypsies ...

    Ouzo for morning tea!

    A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Apr 19, 2014

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    ... as temperature was about 6 degrees. Drove down and on to Meteora! What a find, probably not on our list had brother Ross not suggested it. Centre for European rock climbing on any of the amazing rock formations there that are not topped by a monastery. Beautiful camp almost under the rocks, lots of family campers out for Easter and equal numbers of rough, tough rock climbers with helmets and all the ...

    Mighty Meteora

    A travel blog entry by 92.days.vagrant on Jun 08, 2011

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    Since Lilly took so long to write the Asprovalta blog I'll try to keep this one short and sweet because we have more work to catch up on and I still haven’t started my Khmelnitsky blog because we’ve been so damn busy.

    ("Sneak"Y Preview) Presently we are finished with the Greece leg of our trip and are on the way to Italy via overnight ferry. There are a lot of new interesting developments, one in particular that will change this trip and our lives drastically. ...

    Rock climbing the Meteoran monasteries

    A travel blog entry by mjprince9 on Jul 15, 2010

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    ... monsteries were built in the 16th century by monks who wanted to live in solitude and have committed their lives to prayer. The climb up to the monasteries are not for the faint of heart due to the extreme heat (105 degrees), a strenuous set of staircases and vertiginous overlooks. But once you arrive at the monastery, the journey is well worth the effort. They are cool, stone and marble ...