Sun Beach Hotel
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I am a person who travels a lot due to the type of my job but also because I love traveling. Usually I choose five star hotels for a comfortable stay paying the corresponding cost. Unfortunately, sometimes I have stayed to expensive hotels that were not what they should be.
In lack of availability sometimes I have to stay in cheaper ...
... culture as well as the Greek dances.
So I made sure not to miss the opportunity to attend the Greek night, along with my companion.
I can't help but mention that the dinner buffet at the hotel was excellent, offering Greek traditional plates which we enjoyed in the company of a bottle of selected Greek wine.
At 8.30 ...
... a hand painted picture by Phil's dad ,Ron, of the Sophia Hotel in Hydra. But let's not talk about the end of the holiday just now , we've 4 weeks of Calamari, Greek salad and Ozo to get through first. As Brendan said "What else is there to do in Greece other than to eat seafood and drink that funny cloudy liquid ". Hope you enjoy this read. Phil and ...
... that occurs before Lent. On Thursday we all got dressed in costumes, and went out for a night on the town. Basically, we were Americans and took advantage of another reason to go out. But this time all the Greeks were in on it with us.
The interesting thing is that they hand out meat here for the celebration rather than candy like we do. Because it's before Lent, it's basically the time for sex, drugs, alcohol, and meat. Especially the meat. If I ...
... for Thessaloniki in Northern Greece.
Four tired hours later and we had reached good old tax paying hating, strike loving and austerity ridden Greece. I had been to Greece about a decade ago when it was riding an economical high, employment levels were good, trade were strong and they were about to introduce the Euro currency. Yep, life was going to be sweet.
Now, thanks to the economic crash in 2009, the country has a huge unemployment rate ...