This is a view of a commercial street in Arta from our hotel room. We stayed at a hotel called Amvrakia I think.
There are only 2 hotels in Arta town and this is the cheaper one. We paid 45 Euros per night for a double room inclusive of breakfast (standard Greek, i.e. basically continental).
Driving past Arta's countryside, we saw a lot of cattle. They should have good meat.
And I regret that we did not have chance to eat meat while we are in Arta.
Although Arta itself is not on the sea, it is fairly close from Ambracian Gulf and, evidently, the population eats lot of fish. We saw as many fishmongers as butchers.
I am delighted to see eel, another of the things I regret not to have eaten. But we managed to eat the other fish in the photo, Gouvia. Unfamiliar fish in Athens.
We ate it in a fish restaurant in Kolonisia, which is a sort of island, but not really.
Gouvia were white meat fish with sweetish flavour which we liked very much. Just the look is not very attractive as the meat has many black vein.
We would like to go back when we visit Arta next time.
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