Divani Palace Larissa
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Breakfast Available
- Banquet room
- Conference facilities
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Travel Blogs from Lárisa
... to be, Ron and Hilde from Belgium. They have been coming to this camp for 5-6 weeks every summer for that last 8 years, most of the other residents were long term returnees as well! The camp was like one big happy family!!
We hit it off immediately and without hesitation accepted their kind offer of a drink before making camp. Later we joined them (and the rest of the camp it ...
... through trees that rattle and bang against the sides and roof, Doris was doing quite well until she directed us down a foot path!!! We ignored her and carried on taking the next left . Only to find a large water tank about 10ft high, with 6 inch water pipes attached blocking the road. We squeezed past but the pipes that ran in the direction we wanted to go got stuck between the wheels, as we moved along the pipe wriggled like a giant snake, it looked quite surreal. The track ...
... 39 degrees hot. I took the small walk to my hotel and had a cold Cappuccino which is nice. After a bit of relaxing in the hotel. I took a walk to the 2 Ancient theatres of Larisa. The first one I visited which happened to be the second one built was not difficult to find as it was at the back of the hotel. It was built to provide theatre as the main one I was about to visit was turned into an Arena during Roman times. The second arena was only a short walk away ...
I felt the first flotilla of three boats would never run. In a last
minute push we got the yachts delivered to Corfu at 2.30 in the
morning with lots of repairs to do and the first clients arriving at
11.30 that morning. I had made up my mind to leave and that I also
felt the yachts were unsafe due to a large amounts of water being
constantly pumped out of the bilges and structural damage being
found by one of the customers who had seen the yacht they ...
... side. As soon as we arrived we were greeted by a stumpy and very friendly dog (who we all ended up calling pepe!?) We walked through the town higher and higher and found a 'history and folk museum'. What an odd place to be...and inside was just as odd! Worth the visit though, definitely! Shows the actual town how they used to live and the tools they used to use etc. The building was a genuine home from the towns first days and the rooms had been set up accordingly. ...