TripAdvisor Reviews Caravia Beach Marmari
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... chaser. Climb to Middle Ages Venetian castles above town, views across bay to mountains and wind farms. Gasp.... a previous government built hotel right in ruins but it went broke and now stands empty and vandalised. The Venetians did a better job. Why are they called Venetian blinds? Anti nazi graffiti Parades of candles at night, marching bands and choirs. Saturday ...
... cute, with small little tables and cute place settings. Parking for our bus for the night was 40 euros in the carpark... Everything is so expensive in Monaco. Our tour manager was telling us that to live in Monaco you have to pay around 1.5 million euro for citizenship! Holy moly! The casino was very grand as you can imagine! I have never seen so many ferraris and Lamborghinis and aston martins in my life! We were ...
... fishman was cleaning up and I slipped on the wet sidewalk
twisting my other knee. I iced ASAP which didn’t happen with the first knee so
hopefully this will get better faster.The first one is good now.
We have free wifi at the hotel but couldn’t get on so will be delayed sending today’s blog. Have to write it on word then transplant it when we have working wifi. Goodnight all.
... you have children or not the Attica Park is definitely worth a visit. It is a unique journey to the five continents through the lives of over 2.000 animals from 400 species.
Attica Zoological Park- Hours and Info!
Park Hours: Everyday 9:00 to sunset
Entrance Fee: Adults: 15,00eu
Children 3-12: 11,00eu
Under 3: Free
Group over 25 people: 11,00eu
Nurseries - Play schools: 8,00eu
Primary - High schools: ...
There are several smaller villages in the round area worth visiting and the owner of the Evia Hotel and Suites where we are staying was telling us that he arranges short day trips for his guests with no charge at all in the hotel's small lorry. Of course this takes place in summer. Guests have the chance to enjoy a half day trip to Paradissi and have lunch or dinner at one of the two tavernas ...