Hotel Nikopolis Thessaloniki
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... offering tasty and very quality food.
Let me note here that the hotel was fully booked which prooves that it has a good reputation.
I stayed three days and I had a wonderful time. My stay there did not cost much, however, the quality at Alkyonis Hotel was really in a high level!
Conclusion: Quality does not always cost a ...
A few days ago, during a two-days trip to Halkidiki , I had the opportunity to attend a "Greek night" at Secret Paradise Hotel & Spa in Nea Kallikratia.
"Greek night" means a special live music feast, organized by many hotels in Greece for their tourist guests of different nationality. The purpose is to get them acquainted with the ...
Here's an attempt to journal our Summer of 2014. We always like to try and go somewhere we've never been before as well as return to our old favourites. We decided to start in Northern Greece, in Thessaloniki, the captial of Macadonia. Our plan to island hop all the way down to Athens and to end in our favourite place, Hydra. Our mission this year is ...
... from the Hostel and enjoyed a traditional smoked cheese that had beem baked in the oven and followed it with Pork grilled on Skewars. Dinner was nice including the complimentary shot and dessert which was a sweet sponge. Very impressed with what I had. Even more so when the bill comes to the equivalent of £11 and included a beer. After dinner it was back to the hostel and a couple of beers before bed. A great first day despite getting lost on ...
... Roman bath and getting hurt with lances on the orders of Emperor Galerius. For a while, there was just a small monument in his honor, but in the 5th century a church was built. A fire consumed that building in the next century, but it got rebuilt. When the Ottomans came in 1453, the church spent 500 years as a mosque. In 1917, another fire consumed 80% of the city, including the church. Reconstruction began in 1949, and now it's one of ...