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... bit with the people sitting next to us. The older man started off by saying complimenting my writing, and then we just kind of chatted about random stuff from there. It turned out the younger woman with the group (consisting of the man, the younger woman, and two others) had just graduated from university, so she practiced her English with us.
Sunday night another man came to the door, saying he was the owner of the apartment downstairs and that there was ...
... long road with restaurants and café bars on both sides, one next to the other. There are a few studios and one or two hotels as well. During summer the road is blocked in the afternoons and is used only for pedestrians, and also during weekends in winter.
How to get here:
There are ...
... leaves and the splashing of water as it moves slowly along the coast a few metres from where we sit.
We carry our glasses of wine along and a few fruit from the restaurant and sit out here each night by the beach trying to fill up our batteries and enjoy the serenity and tranquility around us.
I guess this is exactly how beach holidays should be. Don’t you think?
We leave the hotel after breakfast to visit the Archaelogical Museum of Eretria.
It is not far from where we stay (probably 2 km) but to my great disappointment I find it closed. You would probably say that I should have checked through the net before coming but I did not because I thought that even if we find it closed we could have a look at the ruins which are across the street.
In case somebody reading this article wants ...
... correctly the guests.
Room: We had the sea view room # 307 right on the very end of the corridor opposite the beach bar and pool of the main building. It was spacious and spotlessly clean. There was a satellite TV on the wall with variety of channels to choose from and a side bed dressing table with a mirror. We had two single beds and a third one on the side wall. Beds were a bit low though but comfortable enough. ...
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