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... super smart Greek people company:) The same day we hitchiked towards Bulgaria but after we reached Thessaloniki and took a bus out to the outskirts of it, it became dark and we couldnt find any promised gas station there. So we just took 3 hour bus ride there and back! Happily my wonderful friend Despina found us a place to stay in Thessaloniki! We couldnt have been more thankful!
Next morning we took a bus to Sofia!
... but in general the street food is not very healthy...they love tomatoes , cucumbers, feta cheese and yogurt at every meal. Surprisingly they are really into French fries.We didn't see other churches or synagogues just Greek Orthodox Churches and Monasteries. There are olive trees everywhere, their local wines are delicious, the water is crystal clear and has a beautiful blue cast to it especially near the white rock coastal areas, they have ...
... going to the ferry; we swapped directions and were on our way! Very typical for our Greek experience!
We boarded the bus for Thessaloniki heading to our next bus to the Thessaloniki airport. There we will catch another bus for a 90 minute ride to the conference hotel. Travel gets a little complicated here, no trains, all bus and ferry. We should arrive around midnight.
Well we are finally at the conference…we arrived after 1 in the morning. It was a very ...
... I am including a link to a 6o minutes special that was just shown (last month!) on Mt Athos. It is really interesting, check it out, make sure you watch all 3 sections there are links in the story...let me know what you think. I feel very lucky to be able to make the ...
The reception was poolside at a hotel on a hill overlooking the Aegean sea. It was another magnificent sunset. The reception was lively with music, dancing and speeches in greek and english. Obviously some of the aussie guys ended up in the pool. Only one of them got a
head injury... But other than Marty, everyone had a great time.
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what a fabulous place this is. Ignore the negative reviews, these can only be from people who have never been to Greece. Yes Greek hotels can seem basic compared to Spanish hotels , but the one very important thing that no hotel in Spain can give is the fantastic service that you receive from the staff especially when you stay at the Sani Beach Hotel. From the manager down to the room cleaners nothing is too much trouble. The rooms are very clean and acceptable and are cleaned every day. The showers are small , but how long do you really have to spend in the shower. The restaurant was welcoming and there was an enormous amount of food . Chefs cook in front of you and everything is well presented.Yes the restaurant can seem like the January sales but it has a great atmosphere. The pool bar is lovely especially at night when the pool is lit up. The pool can get very busy in the school holidays but we prefered the beach around the corner from the hotel which is absolutely beautifull with fine white sand and shallow crystal clear water , safe for the kids. Also free sunbeds and parasolls. The beach bars are great also. After our evening meal we would walk down to the marina which is lovely with its numerous shops and restaurants. Other reviews claim that this is an expensive resort to drink in , but i found it no different to a night out in our local upmarket boozer. After all who goes on holiday to save money. The whole place is extremely family friendly and a pleasure to stay at. We are going back next year but are going to push the boat out further and stay in the Asteria Suites. The only negative thing i can think of is the fact that there really isnt one , enough said. If you are thinking of booking here , just do it . We highly recommend it. One final point , we saw two wasps in one week.
This was the second stay at Sani. First time was back in 2001.
We stayed at the Sani Beach Hotel for a week in July 06 and had a wonderful time. We had read the other reviews and so were slightly worried that there might be plagues of mosquitos and wasps but we needn't have worried as we saw just 5 wasps all week and made sure that we used anti mosquito spray as a precaution.
We stayed at the Sani Beach Hotel on 12 June 2006 for 14 nights. On arrival we were shown to a room in B Block - we had paid for a sea view and this had a view of the
We stayed at the Sani Beach Hotel from May 21st checking out May 27th 2006. Right off the top, I want to be up front that I won a contest, which included my six nights at the Sani, but I have not let this influence my report. I've stayed at many resorts and hotels and appreciate the trip advisor reports and rely on their accuracy. (The prize further included return air from Montreal to the resort, as well as transfers and half board for a Seafront Junior Suite. Quite a prize! )
I would like to post here a review of an employer at Sani. I believe it is highly important for customers to know how staff is treat by Sani: they live in filthy houses, cold showers etc. i would like to advise customers not to leave any tips as the waiters do not get the tip they get, they get the tip the managers want to give them.
4 Adults & 2 young children - just come back from 7 days at the fab sani beach hotel. Read all the good reviews so we knew we were in for a treat. It did not dissapoint us one bit.