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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 ...
We moored in the marina just before the “old” bridge alongside Aegean Blue ( HR 39 )and awaited the arrival of BS (HR 34).
This was the first proper marina we encountered on our travels this year but as is frequently the case in Greece there was nobody in attendance and as such we stayed in the marina free of charge until on the last day we located the ...
... located on the same promenade road where the hotel we are staying is. It offers an open area on the pavement and a covered roof to protect from wind or rain but the main building is an old stone-structure nicely designed inside.
We entered from the side entrance because there was a plastic wall prottecting the seats that are out on the pavement from the cold and wind on the three sides.
We found a nice seat ...
... if I want to get up so early just because this particular doctor cannot keep a steady appointment which is not of course his fault. The only thing I know is that he opens at 8.30 a.m and there is a queue waiting even at eight.
I hate to have breakfast so early in the morning.
I draw up the blinds when I notice that Yianni is awake, and I am amazed with the bright sun and the reflections of ...
... live here come from the coasts of Turkey. They were compelled by the Turkish Government back in 1922 to abandon their homes and businesses and leave the country. They became refugees, got in boats and sailed all the way to reach the Greek borders. A number of them sailed to Cyprus as well.
The small refugee village of Lampsakos is famous for its "ouzeri" eating places and I am going to give you some key words that a tourist should have ...