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Travel Blogs from Euboea
... the village there are all kinds of bars and restaurants and it is mostly crowded especially in the evenings. There are several little shops selling fish on the side road close to the restaurants which are kept open mostly in the mornings and you can always purchase them fresh from here.
It is not a guarantee though that all fish are the locals’ catch because fish is also brought from ...
ONE NIGHT AT NEA STYRA
I happened to be at Styra these days and I was searching for a place to stay overnight. Some friends recommended this hotel but because it is a new one I could rely only on my friends' positive comments. To be honest, the first thing I did was to search for reviews but I found none since it has only recently joined TripAdvisor. I then searched other links to find reviews before making a booking and I was glad to find that it is rated ...
CHALKIDA THE CAPITAL CITY OF EVIA
Chalkida, is the Capital City of the island of Evia and is only 70 Kms from Athens.
It is a favourite Cosmopolitan City regarded as a relaxing "get-away" destination the year round -a City that has many famous archaeological ...
... destination of the Orthodox Greeks. It is the village where the relic of Agios Ioannis o Rossos (Saint John the Russian) is kept. The relic was brought over by refugees from Asia Minor.
The valley is so beautiful, hidden amongst pine and plane trees, the water never stops flowing, and the area is ideal ...
... from all parts of the island, grave and votive statues in the round from the Archaic up to the Roman eras, as well as inscriptions from archaeological investigations throughout the island.
* The mosque of Emir Zade and the marble water fountain that dates from the same time.
* The House on Paidon Street
* The Early Christian Basilica of Aghia Paraskevi
* The Residence of the Bailus of Chalkis
* The School of Infantry
* The bay of Vourkos (known as Vourkarion ...