Castello Rosso Hotel
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Throughout our 3 night stay I did not come across a single guest telling me something negative about the menu. On the contrary they found the cuisine tasty, and tempting.
DESSERT: Exceeded my expectations and was heavenly the first night. I loved all three types of griddle-cakes (glyko tapsiou) with syrup. They reached perfection. The other two nights there were desserts topped or filled with much ...
NOTE: Sunrise here was of course much more beautiful than what the photos show. I could have taken much better ones. I did not though!
Do you want to know why?
Only because nothing could stop me from jumping in the water....even if I had along my camera all 3 mornings.
No second to spare for photos! Watching all this from the water is really what makes the difference!
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Starting from Athens we were on a week's tour around Evia. The first visit was Kymi, then driving all the way to the northern side visiting the Spa city of Edipsos in a totally different direction, return to the south again to spend one night at this hotel before driving all the way back to Athens for a stay of 3 more nights at St. George Lecabettus Boutique hotel.
Our booking at ...
ONE NIGHT AT NEA STYRA
I was at Styra these days and I came up with the Saint George hotel which I found interesting.
LOCATION: A couple of km from the port of Nea Styra on a slope overlooking the Gulf of Evia. Ferries connect Agia Marina with Evia and they are frequent. (Check timetables). I recommend that you have a car along to explore the southern part of the island but if not still the hotel is ideal ...
... Greek and at the same time a very passionate Cypriot. Thanks to our history, architecture, beaches and food Greece and Cyprus have long been a mainstay of travellers' bucket lists.
With all these in mind it is time for the first cup of coffee. I always take along a very small electric teapot purchased from the Duty Free shops –don’t remember the country. Yianni soon joins me and the two of us are now on the balcony ...