Hotel Platis Yialos
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... people that holiday there. Leonard had indicated that he would be there to see us off. No sign of him so back to room to pick up luggage & out to reception to wait for the mini-bus. Shirl dropped the key off & no-one there. Did not get to say goodbye to Maria as she was on afternoon shift. Mini-bus arrived at 8.15am on the dot, loaded luggage, drove down to Pounta Port for the last time to turn around & back past the Holiday Sun. To ...
... about 11 people in the dining room. Had met a German woman, Ellen, the night before who was travelling alone & this was her 3rd trip to Paros this year. We invited her to our table. The meal started with a Greek salad, followed by a really tender & delicious beef dish & then baklava to finish. Decided to call it a night & was asleep not long after 10.00pm. Must be all that fresh ...
... season. We did find some good dunes for jumping. We chose a place off the boardwalk and had a good feast tonight including Lamb Chops, Prawns and greek meat balls. They did things all with local goods and just with enough non Greek touches to differentiate themselves from many of the Tavernas in Naxos. Lots of trip planning at night ...
... diverse nation.
I’m met at the port by Nickolas, a self proclaimed ambassador of this beautiful chain of Islands, and who extols their virtues at every opportunity. It’s 8.30 on a warm evening, as several hundred other also exit the same ferry. He tells me that the island only has 5 taxis, and they’ve all been taken. So we need to wait for the bus to our small village up in the hills.
We are here for a gastronomy ...
... over the deep blue waters of the Aegean.
Today was our first day of filming for ‘The Four Seasons of Greece’, and we needed to cram a lot into our schedule. The morning was to be taken up with a group trip organised by the local tourist board. I was informed that it was especially for a number of journalists attending the food festival –
a fact that concerned me somewhat. If you are filming news, current affairs, or similar items, ...