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Travel Blogs from Hersonissos
... looked a bit young which is exactly why Phil dragged her by the arm into,the bar. Of course she had forgotten that while the rest of us get older Phil stays young . It turned out to be a great night as we drank and solved the problems of the world with our young new Greek friends. The alarm the next morning, abruptly reminding us of our run was most unwelcome. We however actually enjoyed it as it gave us a chance to explore the city a bit more before heading off to ...
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 ...
... They lease the
yachts here from a Greek Steptoe like character who just wanted to
potter around in his boat yard and collect bits of string.
Cosmetically he had got his boats looking very nice, mechanically
they were in a state. My first week was spent checking the inventory
of each yacht with the hostess and then finding all the mechanical
problems and snags. So much time was wasted by this guy whilst he
went backwards and forwards to town to buy coffee mugs ...
... Makrinitsa and Tsagarada. But all the rest villages of Pelion are equally picturesque. Visit them in order to feel the magic of the place…
A picturesque village in Pelion, built with the impressive Pelionese architecture. The stone-paved narrow streets of the village will lead you to beautiful mansions and shady spots under sycamore trees, old as the hills … The village is about 30 km away from Volos and one of ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking