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

    Cruise day 1

    A travel blog entry by natalierose on Jun 30, 2015

    6 photos

    ... we were having to hop on tender boats to get ashore. We of corse wanted to get to the island so we were ready as instructed, so we headed off and got an ice cream (our group, Stacey, Paul, Daryan, Emily & I - we named ourselves "the go-girls" like the old NZ Tv series) and then we decided we would join the others at the beach. When we got to the beach though I was shocked to find it wasn't sand, it was pebbles. But never the less I still put my towel down & lay in the sun for ...

    Road trip in the Peloponnese

    A travel blog entry by beadledove on Oct 18, 2010

    1 comment, 12 photos

    ... trouble.

    On the road to Olympia, we stopped for lunch at a real taverna on the side of the road. It was filled with locals, all men. Barb was the only woman, besides the owner's wife who did the cooking and helped waiting on tables. They all looked like men who worked in the fields for a living. They were drinking beer, wine and ouzo, and talking and smoking like crazy. It was quite a scene! The roast pork was cooked in an earthen oven located ...

    Arrived in Greece and headed to Rio to camp the ni

    A travel blog entry by devinwatson on Jan 05, 2010

    10 photos

    ... lunch in the sun we figured we went the wrong way as there was supposed to be an information booth near the port and we didn’t see one this way. Scott checked the book again to check the information and I asked him what street we are looking for. He just chuckled at me and said "horseshoe, eyeball, W, H...". From this day forth the expression “I don’t know, it’s all Greek to me” will forever have new meaning. It’s bad enough not being able 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 ...

    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 ...