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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from KhalkÝs
... The consolation price was a very pleasant dinner in a chic restaurant at the end of the town’s boulevard which was crowded with locals of all ages until late in the night. During dinner we watched the opening and closing of the “old” bridge in preparation for our own passage. This bridge only opens once a day between 11PM and 4AM depending on the current under the bridge which can ...
... all as we picked to sit by the entrance and cold kept coming in. It was not comfortable at all but at least we could breath.
For this reason we thought to have something quickly and return to the hotel. We ordered just a pizza.
The waiter later explained that they allow smoking in the building because now with the economic crisis the few people who decide to go out demand that they smoke. If the owners ...
... the number of people waiting, so we could enjoy our breakfast first and take it as it comes.
I needn’t rush it, I come to the doctor to check if it is worth waiting and I see that I am the 3rd person so I decide to stay. Luckily I have along my laptop!! Even if I am the 3rd person I still know this can take long because when a patient is inside different people drop by for ...
... salad may come separately if one wants to have it but it is quite pricy. Depending on the number of people you are the owner will bring the respective pikilia portion in one big dish.
The word “karafaki” refers to a small bottle of ouzo usually accompanied by a bowl of ice cubes. The ideal glasses for ouzo are usually narrow and very small and can take the maximum one or two ice cubes.
I consider Nea Lampsakos ...
... from other parts of the country especially during the summer months. Of course this is not the only reason that people come here. It is interesting as a city itself with many worth visiting sites, historical buildings and above all it is the passage to the (island) of Evia. I have put the word in brackets because in reality it is an island and is connected to the mainland with two bridges. Half of the city is built ...