Rannia

Address: Riga Fereou 53, Patras, Peloponnese, 26500, Greece | Hotel
 
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The rough sail to Patras

A travel blog entry by adventurescot on Nov 05, 2014

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Finally out into the rough open sea and this ship is being forced around by the mighty waves like a small fishing boat. On board its rather hard walk and so most have retired to their cabins.

At 19h30 an announcement is made that the restaurant is now open for dinner and so I head off in search of food. The chaps in here were quite friendly and at least smiled and chatted. The food certainly looked nice and I finally settled for another big plate of beef together with ...

Greece

A travel blog entry by bryce_terri on Oct 19, 2014

85 photos

... beach we had come across our entire trip – a near perfect semi-circle. The swim was excellent with fine sand and clear water, what more could you ask for?



Olympia (home of the ancient Olympics) was our last ruins to see on the final full day in Greece, again – excellent with another Temple of Zeus and a good stadium. We ended in style with a few beers on our ...

Souvlaki Delivery

A travel blog entry by angandjen on Sep 20, 2014

1 comment, 3 photos

... Souvlaki delivery". I don't know why but it tickled my funny bone and I giggled and giggled.

We wandered around the rest of the grounds looking at the arches and partial walls.There were walls of a mosque during it's Ottoman period and moats and wesaw one cannon from the Venetian time period. The Venetians had added parts to the wall and you could clearly tell that section as it seemed more ...

July 23rd and 24th

A travel blog entry by kristenmh on Jul 23, 2014

1 photo

... to ourselves which we lay across and slept very well. After 6 hours the ferry filled up but we slept very well up until we arrived in Bari. On arrival in Bari we took a bus to the train station and then a train to Casserta. In Casserta we took another train to Naples.

We arrived in Naples to find that the buses and trains had stopped running to Sorrento for the night and we had no option but to take a taxi there for 100 euros. Our taxi driver was very nice and ...

PATRAS...3rd largest city in Greece

A travel blog entry by jilly361 on Jul 05, 2013

1 comment, 25 photos

... we could get a fabulous sail if you wanted to spend all day 'beating to windward' or we help ourselves along with some sail and motor. The wind is also so variable in speed and direction that it’s best to try and make the most of any favourable direction whilst you can. Any saving on diesel is a bonus.

So after a mixture of ‘beating to windward’ and then ending with a brilliant ‘goosewing’ finish we got to Patras (the ...

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