Alia Palace Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- TV Channel One Russia
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... a blue flag denotes excellent water quality. The camp also had a bar, supermarket and restaurant. We met a lovely woman, Ritsa and her family. She lived in Melbourne until she was 18 and now lives in Greece. She made us some Greek coffee and it was lovely to chat with her.
After another relaxing few days we contacted DHL on Monday, received the paperwork and delivered it back to their office. ...
We decide to move on from our near perfect site and drive to the second teat, Sithonia peninsular. It was not a big drive and to our delight we found another free camping area right on the beach. Just 5km prior was a large sign in English (and probably others languages too) saying freedom camping is strictly prohibited. This area is a large farm or olive plantation. We find out that this week is ...
... around 5km and found a dirt road leading down to the pine bush and lovely coastline. It was reasonable well populated with campers and we immediately felt very comfortable with lots of shade and only 50m to cool off in the lovely water. We found out later it was in fact a national park and it was for sale, probably like the rest of Greece. Sadly the rubbish around was something appalling, ...
Drive to the "udder" of Greece
If you look at the map of northern Greece, you will see what I called the “udder” of Greece with three peninsulas. We set out to drive east not sure how far we might drive today. The All Blacks were playing Australia at the same time and we were considering looking for better WIFI to get more coverage. We were ...
... br> There have been the odd rash moves - like heading to the bakery for fresh bread and settling in for iced coffees and baklava - oozing honey and dripping with nuts.
Another chore was to get our meds (at our stage in life, you know...) Dave cycled to a small town about 10 Km away, armed with the EU health cards and the prescriptions from Poland. Two complications. First they didn't have one of ...