How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
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We had a very pleasant trip up the waterway between Evia Island and the mainland dodging the odd ferry. As we approached Khalkis Vivienne commented that the landscape reminded her of Trollhatten in Sweden, low lying land, low rise buildings, trees , roads, motorbikes, light industrial activities. She held her breath as we passed under the "new" modern bridge (air height 36 meters, our mast is 20 meters) as ...
Our dinner outing the second night was not so nice because in the end we did not meet our friends due to influenza and we thought to postpone it. Besides, it is the easiest thing to do anytime when our friend recovers.
So with this and that I had to go out and find a nice cozy place to have our dinner and since it was the last night in Chalkida I wanted it to be special.
The restaurant we went to is very popular ...
Today is one of those days I don't want to do much but take it as it comes. Earlier in bed I was thinking whether to postpone the annual thyroid appointment at my Private Doctor’s or not. I don’t want to waste half the day waiting for my turn.
I am still in bed with my morning thoughts trying to sort things out with closed eyes and make a plan. I am ...
BATIS seafood Tavern –Nea Lampsakos!
Seafood Lovers love Nea Lampsakos where we are having dinner tonight but first we have to pay a visit to some friends who live in Chalkida. I remember of times when we met every week at the choir but ever since I quit we hardly meet. We don't stay long though, it is a very cold night and I want to warm ourselves with some ouzo.
Nea Lampsakos is just 4 Kms south of Chalkida. Many of the ...
Lunch with a panoramic view of Chalkida
On the drive upwards the hill to the Xenia Club we come across a few couples who walk hand in hand, groups of friends and parents with children who are having a stroll enjoying their Sunday outing. It is cold but the sun is out and in Greece people cannot easily stay indoors unless there is a serious reason. They are out trying to forget for a while the daily routine with the big cuts in their salaries or ...