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... and with jeans on to cover my ankles) but it was worth it to look around and look out at the views, it was kind of mystical! It was €3 to get into the monastery itself and even though my ankles were covered they made me put a skirt overtop because I'm a girl! There were little museums, gardens, the church, a wine cellar and kitchen to look around inside. While we were wandering around Simon and I found a while room filled with skulls and bones which was super creepy. ...
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After we dropped him off, we continued on to the big town of Kalabaka which sits at the foot of the surreal UNESCO World Heritage Site of Meteora. There we caught up with some cafe time and scouted out the area for a good place to watch the World Cup match the next night between Greece and Colombia. Our hotel was in a smaller town down the road that presumably would be catering more to visitors to the site, so we wanted to ...
One of the most exciting parts of Greece, known worldwide, is Meteora, consisting of huge rocks. On top of the Meteora, a lot of monasteries are built, forming a place of pilgrimage for people from around the world. The area has been included in the list of World Heritage by UNESCO, because of its ...
Today was our first long drive day to the small town of Metéora. In other words, we didn't do much beside the drive. Once we arrived, we visited the Grand Meteoron Monastery high up in the sandstone towers of Metéora which directly translates to "suspended rocks" formed by the sea over 30 million years ago. The monasteries here were among the first to be founded on the Thessaly plains. In the early 14th century, monks ...
... and henceforth the restrictions were lifted..... It was interesting, and may I add a welcome surprise, to see they have guard rails ALL the way up the mountain roads to all the monasteries now. It was quite the hairy ride on my last trip here, especially with a Greek taxi driver who, without ANY exaggeration I promise, was smoking, drinking coffee AND pointing out monasteries to us and telling us stuff about them whilst driving us up the mountain switchbacks at what seemed ...