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- Pets allowed
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Luckily the Greeks of Koroni were taking their afternoon sleep as we drove into the narrow-streeted village. We managed a quayside parking place without hitting our side mirrors or knocking over their parked scooters. The bougainvillea cascaded down the hillside, oleanders, the size of which we have never seen, flushed the town in a hue of pink and the restaurant waiters were in full voice! The bakery owner shared her homemade almond cookies and Ramo promised to return in ...
... They smelled sea and were brought in halves. They were still alive and moved in the shell with the first drop of lemon. What a tantalizing delight! €8.00.
MAIN COURSE: I thought to have the Grill Octopus as an appetizer but when our friends decided to join us later on, we had it as our main course. What a stunning meal! It pleased both our eyes and the palate. Tender with a delicate and mild flavour and a crispy texture. Definitely ...
... numerous pools and a world class Spa, you need never leave the resort, but day trips are easily arranged and well worth it.
Guests interested in the Greek culture can take part in the 'Messinian Authenticity’ program of activities. During my stay, there was a presentation of the Traditional ‘Pasteli & Lalagi’ by local women’s associations. We locals who were there enjoyed it, tourists loved it.
SUITES/VILLAS: Suites and villas ...
... packed. We do not get a seat until second half when a friend of Ann and David's nabs us half a table. The applause and encores go on and on. Home in early hours and sit on our verandah for nightcap with Ann and David. Apparently the band are playing in our local town on Tuesday. We will be ...
... comes from the round area. The kilo costs just €4.00.
A small glass of ‘Tsipouro’ the traditional Greek spirit that comes from grapes, cost €2.00 but beers of any kind cost €2.00 as well.
The restaurant functions as a Traditional tavern, a Coffee shop and as an OUZERI. Locals come often for their tsipouro or coffee but they usually gather ...