Oassis Hotel

Address: 16 Olimpou Street, Paralía, Macedonia Region, Greece | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on 16 Olimpou Street, Paralía, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Rock Sound, and Tarpum Bay.
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Travel Blogs from Paralía

Cruise day 1

A travel blog entry by natalierose on Jun 30, 2015

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... I didn't really want to go swimming so I just lay on the beach with Emily & Daryan. We then all felt hungry so went and got a gyros (a wrap kinda thing) and bumped into most of the rest of our contiki group who had just finished eating so we pretty much swapped places with them at the restaurant. After we had eaten we went for a bit of shopping & I bought a new bikini! Before jumping back on the tender boat to get back on the cruise ship. Stacey & I went and joined ...

Day 18: ATHENS–PATRAS–OVERNIGHT FERRY

A travel blog entry by keithfairbank on Jul 16, 2011

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... by the Canal, or go to the Perama Restaurant. Chiara let the ones stay (3) to eat at the restaurant with AC where we were, and the rest went to the Perama (no AC) but to pick them up on the way back. Everyone liked their meals again as did we and It was only 25 Euros for two hearty meals of Musaka, chicken Shishkabob, two wine and two half litre beers. So the lesson would appear that most tourists vote with their stomachs and ...

A stop over with views you can't believe.

A travel blog entry by the-gibbons on Aug 03, 2010

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... at Patra and the deep blue sea between us and the Northern part of Greece. ( this is the view we want for our new home). In a way its a shame its just 1 night but with the way Greece has gone tomorrow could be even better!!.

Onwards to Parga
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Goodbyeee Greece..

A travel blog entry by willandali on Jul 21, 2010

... a labyrinth of narrow streets to explore, so we had no problem killing the couple of hours we had until our train to lecce. We came across the French girls again on the platform at Bari who told us that they had missed their train but we still planning on trying to get to Sicily that night (10 hours and 5 changes of train away!!). We bid them 'bonne chance' and 'adieu' and caught the train on our much easier journey to lecce, arriving 27 hours after ...

Tin-openers and mountains...

A travel blog entry by saracengill on Jul 11, 2009

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... hope that they might be more affordable elsewhere, we held out for finding a cheaper one and went back to the car (postcards, as was now usual, had entirely slipped our collective 'mind'). Driving out we passed a store that appeared to sell everything - and did! The charming young lady in charge was keen to speak English and she and I were just reaching agreement on what we needed, in a mixture of English and Greek... when Paul slapped a tin-opener down on ...