Rannia

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

Getting to Italy (part one)

A travel blog entry by while

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... and curse them too. I finally get to the ticket girl, and realise she has to deal with failing equipment, and it looks hard so I feel a bit less impatient. I get my ticket, costing only 12 euro port fees, and she assures me they serve salad on the ship. Eventually I put together a balanced lunch of orange juice, potato chips, and pork leg from the duty free shop, then steal wi-fi from the gluten-full cafe. Ferry leaves at 6, won't have free wi-fi so today's post is ...

Visit With My Sister

A travel blog entry by travelmenu

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... among many other places - we thought a nice family visit with my sister would be relaxing and enjoyable.

While in Patras we enjoyed a traditional family lunch wth Kathy's sister & brother-in-law. They entertained us with music, humour, stories and even a little fortune telling! We walked the amazing Rio bridge over to Nafpaktos for lunch and ...

Riga, A Modern City with a Medieval Past.

A travel blog entry by barbaraj90

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... bags then she will be able to once again do some real shopping.

Tonight we opted out of the optional dinner that was supposed to be by the Baltic Sea but it turned out that the original restaurant was unavailable so they had transferred to another one and we decided if we couldn't eat by the sea then we would just walk to the old town and enjoy some local cuisine.

This turned out to be a great decision and we ate sitting outside watching the world go by and enjoyed ...

Long days at port & sea

A travel blog entry by camanita

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... was about it for us that day – reading, waiting, sitting, wandering building & massive empty port, etc. etc. for many hours. Finally we spotted the boat on the horizon, and at about 10:30 we were able to get on… but of course the rooms weren’t ready yet! After a bit of a confusion about where reception actually was, we were finally able to get our keys, dropped our bags off, grab some kai, and finally leave the day of waiting behind. A day on the water ...

Discovering Riga

A travel blog entry by mish_brendan

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I began this morning with a fast paced run to the beach and back before returning to my hostel to shower, eat breakfast and get my belongings together ready to go to the bus station. At 08:10 I boarded a bus bound for Riga, the capital of Latvia. It still amazes me that you can cross an international border with little more than a bus attendant quickly glancing over your passport. I am sure this makes for all kinds of dodgey goings on throughout Europe. ...

 

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