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Travel Blogs from Eretria
... good and tasty food. The reason is that meat and vegetables even fish are provided from farms of the round area and local fishermen so everything is fresh. You never get tired of the menu because there is always something different depending on the theme of the night.
I was on H/B so I cannot comment on the variety of lunch. Greek Mediterranean cuisine, food varied and were both fish and meat dishes on display ...
... Thanasi and Litsa, but the rest of the guys were just as polite and helpful.
LOCATION: Located in Eretria, only 1h30 from Athens. (Check website for directions). The city is a popular destination with a lovely beach promenade full of café bars and restaurants, but between us, once you are here you will not want to go outside as there is everything one might need within the premises of this lovely family beach hotel.
STAFF / SERVICE: The staff in general ...
... travels as they head back to the US at "sparrows ****" in the morning. Nicer people with a better sense of fun you will go a long way to meet. Give me Texans anytime if these two are any indication. They really did add a great deal to our cruise experience and we know we will stay in touch. Sunday 1st June OMG, sleep in until 7.45am, unheard off from me. Feel guilty as Shari and Charlie had to leave for the airport at 6.00am. Out on the streets to visit all of ...
... about us going out and greeting the kids. Now that it is over I am so glad we did. The kids were very friendly, and even though many of them did not know very much English, you could tell from the big smiles on their faces that they were happy that we took out the time to come greet them. I even tried to use the little bit of Greek I know, which isn't very much. When I said a few things in Greek the kids grinned ...
... turn the same colour as the old rock in a couple hundred years. Next we all stood on the 1st place podium at the stadium of the first Olympic games. Unfortunately we were 117 years too late, and the medal people had gone home, so we didn’t get medals.
We found a cool market with an amazing butchery, a nasty smelling fish market that Christine refused to go into, and an amazing fruit market. We picked up ...
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