Xenonas Drimos

Address: Lesvou Str 14, Karpenissi, Central Greece, 36100, Greece | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Lesvou Str 14, Karpenissi.
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Travel Blogs from Karpenissi

Greek Islands and Athens

A travel blog entry by reihanahemopo on Jul 05, 2015

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... without any punches thrown. I can see know how sleep deprivation could be used as a form of torture.

After getting the keys to our amazing apartment in the centre of every postcard we have ever seen of Santorini we got some much needed sleep. We kept it quiet that night so we went out for dinner. We were smoothed talked by a restaurant owner to have dinner at his place…and it was awesome. Everybody's meals were incredible. I ...

Second stop in Greece

A travel blog entry by bevanow on Apr 12, 2015

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... but I've seen enough 'antiquity'...I just wanted to hang out in town here. It's a beautiful sunny,warm day - and shops open despite it being Easter Sunday. And the open air cafes are festive with music and lots of Internet access.

A few pics...a brief look at this lovely place.Tomorrow ..onto Messina, ...

Monasteries of Meteora rocks

A travel blog entry by kristoffero on Sep 28, 2013

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... was escorted to my room by a lovely the hotel owner. It was a family run guest house, actually. I loved it. My train dream had come true. 30 minutes later I was resting my bruised body on a comfy bed with a cold drink in my hand, watching some blockbuste movie with Greek subtitles. I regained my energy and decided to have a short walk to nearby shop to replenish my provisions. A shop assistant was a charming elderly lady so keen to chat ...

Church festival

A travel blog entry by teresaingreece on Aug 14, 2012

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Tuesday Aug 14
Today we relaxed. Went on the dingy across the harbor to a spot for a swim and to test out the dingy motor.
After lunch we relaxed and then Andy and I went in the evening across on the ferry to check out the celebration at
the church. They had many tables and chairs set out and a huge stage with a sound board fit for the Rolling stones so we
thought it should be good. Because everyone starts to eat and party so late we sat for a long time and ...

Greek beginnings

A travel blog entry by lavisher on Oct 04, 2011

... we came upon the darkend warrens of Caveland. A hostel made in the traditional style of homes in the area, built straight into caves lined with thick plaster and white wash, there were even little cave showers. It was pretty cool (both literally, being a cave, and figuratively). but being 3 am everything was shut tight, and I had no reservation for that "night" anyways. So after wandering around for a bit looking for the best place ...