and we eat flower petals,
|Elena of Passion for Greece tries the petal of a flowering quince tree.|
velvety tangy green almonds, wild mint, and drink from a stream so clear you would only know it’s there from the blossoms floating on it-
The hiking tour is a great way to experience the vastness, to know what it is to be here.
About four hours later, we’re back in a comfortable bus with enormous windows glowing from the exercise, excited about everything we have seen. And very hungry. To go with one of the best views I have seen in my life, I have one of the best dishes (seriously, the best thing I have eaten so far in 2016)-
a melting, rich, delicate eggplant saganaki, the house specialty made by Kiria Palmyra of Meteora Restaurant, who treated us to a lunch of homestyle chic regional classics. You don’t expect a charming restaurant with a great view in the center of a town built around tourism to have fabulous food, but sometimes, everything is absolutely perfect.
|Our hosts- the Meterora Thrones Team.|
Travel Bloggers Greece were hosted by Meteora Thrones Tours and the Famissi Hotel (there is also a Famissi Eden- 4 stars, nice pool). Opinions my own (incredible tours, and I would pay to stay at the Famissi- courteous, comfortable bed, great view, and the best shower of any hotel I have been at in a long time.)
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