Marmari Bay Hotel
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... they have a common yard. The stand there as if to prohibit people from going further. We see many people walking slowly in the road wearing black clothes and by the time we get off the car these people are approaching the square. A lady I ask tells me that all are relatives and friends and they are coming to the square after the memorial service at the church that morning. They have lost a ...
... I would have walked all the way back on foot with pleasure but lamp posts are in distance and I decide to get in the car where we return to Marmari searching to find somewhere to eat and enjoy a beautiful night outing.
I don’t want to have anything else other than fruit and yoghurt which I already have in the hotel, so we are in search for what Yianni wants to ...
... of the restaurant that goes on from generation to generation.
He showed us with pride his grandson who will undertake the business in the long run and mentioned the fact that the boy is a student now studying to become a chef. This restaurant opened in 1893 by Mr. Yiorgos the great grandfather who had the same name. The funniest of all is that the grandson is named Yiorgos as well.
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... really interesting and knew so much. After the walking tour and the muesum, our feet were aching! We sat down on some steps where a guy came up to us and started saying "oh beautiful.. mumma and daughter?" haha soo funny! so either sheree looks old enough to have a old kid or i look young enough to be a child. LOL. We came back to the hostel in time for Happy Hour :D Up to the rooftop bar (with great ...
... strenuous, though. When the guards paused, a soldier dressed in fatigues standing off to the side would walk up and wipe the sweat off their faces with a towel.
Then I walked west through the Monastiraki shopping area. There was a protest going on in the street to stop sex trafficking. I stopped in at the little Byzantine church, Kapnikarea, where I had been kicked out for wearing shorts. This time I was in long jeans, so I spent some ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking