Riga Fereou 53, Patras, Peloponnese, 26500, Greece | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Patras

Poor Man's Cruise

A travel blog entry by gibbslocates


... us think that from Athens we're going to head into Turkey via Ferry. It'll be an 11 our ferry ride. For the meantime, we've got off in Patras and are waiting for the Bus to Athens. We were going to go by train but the word on the street is that there's so many strikes now, it's better not to rely on them running.

Here endeth the lesson...as they may have said at the end of the Pope Celebrity Special last night.

PATRAS...3rd largest city in Greece

A travel blog entry by jilly361


... A few minutes before the departure I walked over and bought my tickets then went and sat in the middle of the 3 carriage train. The driver walked over and beckoned to me to follow him. He pointed to the front carriage and so I sat myself down there, which admittedly had better viewing windows. Then as he was going into his seat, which was glass partitioned off, he once again beckoned to me. Not a word of English but I was seated beside him on the extra seat and had ...

Overnight Ferry

A travel blog entry by trevorrose

... breakdown occurred at the stop and not on the side of the road, at least we had a cool place to wait! A series of speed restrictions and some heavy traffic slowed our pace but the driver kept his foot down and we careered past trucks and cars with no fear at all, with Victor in contact with the ferry company promising we would not be too late! Our boarding passes were waiting as we screeched to a halt at the terminal as we grabbed our cases and threw them ...

Amazing Race wannabes

A travel blog entry by melissab2009


... bus has been delayed and we have a boat to catch at six. " (Context, Patras is from Athens similar to the distance from Sydney to Newcastle.. with no real freeway) And he said, what could it be, 200, 220?? (Euro that is, and keep in mind for perspective that it costs almost 200AUD just to get from Sydney airport to Penrith). And so she scurried back over to me and told me and we agreed to seek out a driver that would turn off the meter and take ...


A travel blog entry by sallykaus

... we had a bit of free time to exchange money and what not and headed to out to a group dinner in the old town. Dinner was really good so was the bubbles and frozen margarita that we had with it. Lativia is REALLY cheap. Like really really cheap. I had quite a good night that night and only spent around $40 australian dollars. The currency is rather strong its about 2 AUD to 1 Lat but the cheapness is where a large packet of chips is about 0.89 Lat cents etc.

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