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With an extra day with our rental car we wanted to head back into those amazing mountains and try another tough hike that we had found on a website of hikes in the area. While the hike itself seemed interesting, three miles up a beautiful river gorge, the fact that it ended at a little-visited ancient monastery made it a particularly attractive option. The drive to the trailhead afforded us even more chances to visit some of those great stone bridges and, in fact, the largest ...
... have finally climbed the 1,120th step to see the trail level off.
It was only a short distance to Vradeto from there and we climbed the steps inside the village itself, seeing no people until we spotted the sign to the Beloi, which means great view. The first kilometer was on a rough dirt road through spectacularly beautiful terrain and then a second kilometer traversed a more typical high-mountain hiking trail. The payoff was a viewpoint over the ...
... the bathtub were operated, our hosts left us alone and we thought, "A bathtub? In Greece?" Nothing at all like what we'd been seeing to that point.
At about 7pm we headed out for a walk-around of the old town and it was all surprisingly very quiet. Old European cities are never completely free of people walking about since it's not a car-centric culture but the action was mild for this time of day, we thought. We found a great little restaurant across ...
... cannot even walk straight. It seems, thus, kind of annoying that we have to carry all our staff throughout the village, since you have to leave your car out of its center. The hosts of our traditional guesthouse, Stavraetos, seem gracious, but I am too tired to notice. So, when I wake up the next morning, there a lot of things that I am noticing for the first time. Like that the village is completely built in stone, on top of a mountain, facing a ...
... back up to the village before dark then drove back up to the Hotel. We could have walked this but we'd done so much walking and there are no lights in those tiny cobbled laneways so didn't want to be stumbling back after dark. The Taverna we had chosen for dinner was closed so we very relucantly went into another one and sat down, the server was an extremely pregnant woman who looked like she had barely enough energy to walk, dinner was ordinary to say the least, well that's ...