Blue Bay

Ialissos Ave., Marmari, Euboea, 85101, Greece | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Ialissos Ave., Marmari.
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Travel Blogs from Marmari

Greece'd Lightning

A travel blog entry by mike_erin on Nov 14, 2013

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... that day, because long blonde hairs covered most surfaces, there were crumbs on mikes half (the bottom half, what kind of futon has a bed drawer!?!) of the futon and there were miscellaneous groceries in the cupboards. In addition to this it is crazy small and frustratingly laid out...causing frequent outbursts "what a shitshack!" from both of us. After an ice cold shower because the hot water ran out and towelling off with a ...

Athens - start of Classical Greece tour.

A travel blog entry by royelinda on Sep 17, 2013

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... were laying all over the place, have been sorted and stacked so they can be used in the restoration. That evening we went to dinner in the Plaka at Tavern Kalokerinos, great night, good food and dancing. The strike was on again today, this time other government workers are out a ...

Greece

A travel blog entry by kaylaryan1001 on Jul 28, 2013

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... and walk to our hostel. Our hostel is located right in the middle of Plaka district which has tons of outdoor restaurants and shops and cute little streets. Even though I've only been here for less than 12 hours, I've already decided I love Greece more than Dublin and London (I can't compare it to Paris because gosh I just love that city)! Tomorrow we are going walking to all the major ancient sites around. Hopefully my love fest with Greece will continue on ...

Athens - On our own

A travel blog entry by kansonthego on Jun 26, 2013

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... such as the ones you would find on Madison Ave. With Greece in such a bad economy you wonder whether the upper income Greeks can really afford the French and American luxury brands. Maybe there are some of them still. But most regular folks with regular jobs are not really making much, from what we are told. Kolonaki Square was on our way up to Lykavittos Hill. This part of the walk was going to be uphill from this point. It ...

Athens history

A travel blog entry by dragonrider on May 01, 2013

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... it) which meant some of the important sights were closed. No drama we get to do them another day. Instead we toured the town and spoke about some of the sites.

First stop for photos was the Parliament building. Out the front there is a monument to the unknown soldier at which a guard of honour keeps watch. The guards actually have to undergo 3 months of rigorous training. ...

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