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Meteora Monastries Greece

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We are planning to be in Athens early May 2014 and want to visit the Monastries in Meteora.
Any advice on getting there by bus or train would be appreciated and how long to spend there as I would like to see as many of the monastries as possible. We will arrive on a Monday and could have 1-2 nights before we fly from Athens. We are retired but walking is not a problem. I noticed the great Meteoron Monastery is closed on Monday. Is it possible to visit some of the others if we arrive around 1pm and see it on Tuesday. I also noticed there is a sunset tour that starts apx 3pm. Is it worth doing.
All advice wouldbe helpful.

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