Hotel Avra

Paralía, Macedonia Region, 600 62, Greece | Hotel
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This hotel is located in Paralía.
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Travel Blogs from Paralía

July 23rd and 24th

A travel blog entry by kristenmh on Jul 23, 2014

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... bags and then go to the metro to get a train. Once at the correct metro station we got a bus to the main bus terminal. From the terminal we got another bus which took 3 hours to get to the Patras port. From the Patras port we boarded our ferry which turned out to be very flash. People in fancy tuxedos showed us to our seats which we had paid extra for (you want comfy seats on a 16 hour ferry ride) and we were the only ones there. For the next 6 hours we had around 100 very ...

Leaving Greece

A travel blog entry by arwie on Jul 19, 2014

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Our ferry sails at 1.00pm so a leisurely start to the day. On to ferry no problem and this time we have a cabin that the dogs are allowed to sleep in. There is no camping on deck allowed on this sailing. Not very good air conditioning in the cabin which is far too hot. I persuade the ...

Oh Sh...

A travel blog entry by banitsa.eu on Jul 07, 2013

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Today was a long day and full of bright and dark moments. When we left the hotel it was raining, there had been a thunderstorm during the night and it was the tail end of that. As we left Zagreb it got worse but cleared up after 30 mind or so. The temperature rose to around 31C during the course of the day but there were several occasions where there was a storm and the temp fell back to 18C. We covered around 1000km and eventually got to our hotel. Tired we went to get some of our ...

Yasou Greece

A travel blog entry by kins on Aug 14, 2009

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... a once in a lifetime one. Our guide gave me a massive donkey that was pretty much just a small horse that liked walking me into walls, trees and other donkeys. It wasnt a true Contiki tour because we did very little in a group (in fact I dont even know half of the peoples names which is pretty bad) but it got me to see a lot and now I know where to go back to and spend more time. After Milan I am at my second helpX, hopefully it is as good as the first. ...

Tin-openers and mountains...

A travel blog entry by saracengill on Jul 11, 2009

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Our aim on this day was to uncover the location of a few medieval sites. On the way we also wanted to obtain some more cash, post a few postcards and obtain a tin-opener! as our last one had apparently decided to make a break for freedom and henceforth live in Greece, thus scuppering our initial breakfast plans. I couldn't recall the word for tin-opener, and had managed to come away with every European dictionary we own apart from the Greek..

So ...