TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Aris Paralía
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... br> Fortunately we had a near full fuel tank, as in Italy fuel was more than €0.30/litre more expensive. A big difference, we assume because of taxes. Our last stop before boarding the Ferry was a supermarket.
We boarded at 4pm and departed at 5.30pm
You never know what is in a day!
... use for around 2000 years and does look ancient but smaller than I expected. At 10:15 we did some more guided touring of Athens and Vicki pointed various things out. Athens is a tough go for a tour guide as many sites are obscured by trees and not many buildings are very distinctive other than the ancient ones. At 11:00 we stopped at the Athens main government building and watched the changing of the guard which is ...
I paid a lot of money to rent this boat for 9 weeks and I feel at this point that the boat was misrepresented as a safe, working boat, while it is not. I'd like to speak to you tomorrow about compensation etc.
I would ask that you change the boat to one of your other boats, but I imagine that they are in similar condition.
Talk to you tomorrow.
... rather than being anything practical to follow. I saw several ignored stop signs and mopeds going up on the sidewalk to avoid traffic. It definitely has a feeling of leaving the ’west’. Even when boarding the ferry boat it was barely organized chaos. Transport trucks backing in from several directions, motorbikes swerving between, and soon we were heralded into the web. Like some sort of ...
... the most probable site; it was bakingly hot and I had to admit defeat, but Paul staggered on up further (sorry, that should have read 'leapt like an unerring mountain goat') to take some photos. Disappointingly we had been defeated; we could find no evidence of medieval settlement. We concluded that July was not the best time for this - we would have had a lot more energy in less heat - and that we would return another time.
We drove on to our ...