Hotel Avra

Address: Paralía, Macedonia Region, 600 62, Greece | Hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Paralía

Saying goodbye to gyro

A travel blog entry by arilauraharold on Nov 17, 2014

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... quickly costly Greek toll roads on the GPS. This always makes for some interesting journeys and once again ended up and down the countless Greek mountains, through single lane Greek towns, olive groves and goat herders until we were spat out seaside at Zacheo. The option of 12euro camping was forfeited for free camping with some Germans and Swiss beachside just next door.


Ferry day was now upon ...

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 ...

Olympia to Patra & goodbye Greece

A travel blog entry by turkey_to_tt on Apr 10, 2011

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... we will stick to our day jobs and leave professional photography to the professionals. You be the judge.

We rode the bike onto the ‘Ionian Queen’, secured and then left the ‘Pommie Ducati’ in the bowels of the ship near some other of its two wheeled friends, being a non descript Kawasaki and Suzuki. We then walked the ...

Planning day for how we want to tackle Greece

A travel blog entry by devinwatson on Jan 06, 2010

... ferry over to Santorini to also spend about 6 days. We could then ferry back to Piraeus and train into Athens to spend the remaining days. It was a really rough plan but it allowed time to extend or shrink time if we needed. Scott was a little resistant with how much time I wanted to allocate but I explained to him two important points; one, that this would be the only hot weather we would get on this trip; and two that after so much ...

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 ...