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Travel Blogs from Agia Pelagia
... shop, which reminded us of Brendan's 'Fresh and Fruity", warm memories of days long gone. After yet another seafood stopover at a local taverna and our first sip of the funny cloudy liquid we went in search of the local hotspot. This was the funnest part of the night, meeting and drinking with the locals. In our usual style we fell upon a trendy student bar and spent the evening amongst the young local intelligentsia . Admittedly, Trish was initially reticent to go in ...
After not a great night of sleep ... A large breakfast, much needed for Parker. Taxi comes in a few to take us to airport. Another Ryan Air flight. Up and down no problems... Off we go to Rothenburg! Ends up being a wonderful evening! A quick stop at a beergarden for a couple beers and a traditional dish of potato noodles with saurcrout , bacon bits and gravy. A nice wall around town, Old Town Historic Walk, Night Watchman's Tour, Walk the Wall .... Off to bed in down comforters and ...
... train ride to Volos we took a taxi to our hotel. We decided to walk around outside by the beach for about 45 minutes. Our room currently does not have any air conditioning which is very brutal. I have not been very impressed with Greece at all on this trip. The transportation system in terrible and the cities are very dirty and filled with cats. I am more that ready to finish our trip and go to Deutcheland ...
... br> lose it's keel the previous year and had found big cracks in the
hull. It was at this point I gave two weeks notice to finish at the
end of that flotilla.
Next day with clients arrived, briefed
and setting off the 80 year old mentioned that his satnav was not
working, at the same time a yacht radioed that they had black smoke
coming out of the engine bay. Once I had found them and rectified the
problem we sailed on to our first ...
... can enjoy the panoramic view of the city of Volos and the blue waters of Pagasitikos right from the picturesque village square. The residents will be glad to share with you their village’s long history. During your visit. don’t miss to try out the famous and tasty Pelion cuisine
One of the most famous villages of Pelion Mount. Zagora is built at a height of 400 meters, below Horefto village. It is divided into 4 ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking