Mediterranean Princess

Address: Paralía, Macedonia Region, 60100, Greece | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located in Paralía.
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      Travel Blogs from Paralía

      Saying goodbye to gyro

      A travel blog entry by arilauraharold on Nov 17, 2014

      16 photos

      ... to ferries with unmarked destinations. Making it eventually trough customs we made it to traffic jam trying to squeeze onto what looked like our ferry. An hour after the designated departure time we made it aboard. With some beers from the Swiss in front of us we settled in. One positive is being able to sleep in the van onboard, making it a very comfortable journey.


      EVERYONE here speaks English - come on OVER!

      A travel blog entry by cyclesingsleep on Sep 18, 2010

      5 photos

      ... So many, little towns I passed. Some were well off and others maybe had seen better days. Graffiti was not uncommon and nor were abandoned buildings. How does one interpret this. Does it mean the same as when it's in the U.S.? I wasn't sure and still am not. But, there were folks out everywhere: sometimes alone but most often with another or a small group...along the beaches, fishing, on porches and in out door cafes. It's so good to ...

      Welcome to Greece

      A travel blog entry by 2totango on Nov 06, 2009

      3 comments, 3 photos

      ... wasn't a shoulder after all, but a simple strategy for making the 2 lane road into 4 for passing!

      Roads adorned with olive trees almost as far as the eye can see. Interspersed with a few orange frees so ripe with fruit you can smell it from the road. Grapes grown more for their shade benefits over arbors than for their fruit. Flowering plants I’ve only seen in botanical gardens are ...

      Yasou Greece

      A travel blog entry by kins on Aug 14, 2009


      ... I can't wait to get back there. Rhodes and Santorini were by far my favourite Islands, although Patmos was nice. Crete was a bit of a non event. Turkey was cool but I need to see more of it. In Rhodes Alexis and I went to the Turkish baths (interesting experience) and then we hired a boat and went for a swim (or should I say float - you can just lie on the water without having to paddle at all, and it was so clear it was incredible). Then ...

      Tin-openers and mountains...

      A travel blog entry by saracengill on Jul 11, 2009

      4 photos

      ... scenery around the monastery of Agios Nikolaso Spata. Thanks to this monastery's obvious popularity (at least in the past if not currently) as a pilgrimage site, the road west from it is wide and well-kept, and we made excellent time. Arriving back we ate and drank a beer and swam (eventually) - the weather was hot today, but the waves were still pleasingly excited and we frolicked for some quite time.

      In the evening Paul played flute in the ...