Tzevenos Apartments

Address: St. George Beach, Corfu, Ionian Islands, Greece | Inn
 
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This inn, located on St. George Beach, Corfu, is near St. Mary's City and Piney Point Lighthouse.
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    Travel Blogs from Corfu

    Corfuey

    A travel blog entry by jasonandjamie on Jul 19, 2014

    137 photos

    ... passed without too much drama. What was pretty crazy is we got to see a couple of water spouts form – which I or anyone had never seen before. It was crazy. We ending up seeing about five I think!

    And just like that it was over. Our four glorious days were almost had. We dropped Diana off in town on our way to the airport as she was going back to the mainland of Greece to meet friends for another week of holidaying. It was the first big goodbye and it sucked ...

    Time to head north out of Greece (By Craig)

    A travel blog entry by craigandlauren on Sep 02, 2011

    3 photos

    ... to Corfu which was an experience in itself. Mr bus driver was not the most friendly of chaps and then he treated us to a great display of what appeared to be traditional Greek driving. Basically at breakneck speeds where lanes meant very little on roads similar to the dodgy old pacific highway (between Newcastle and Sydney) while playing a game with oncoming traffic to see who could keep their high beams on the longest. It ...

    First Day Off

    A travel blog entry by wanderingblonde on Sep 14, 2010

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... 8221; Haha, welcome to Greek time! Actually, the flexible interpretation of start times appeals to me since I hate to rush.

    By two, everyone had trickled in to the porch area and we left to explore the northeast coast of Corfu. Towns nestled into the hillside among cypress and olive trees. Huge rocks jutted out from the coast and beaches were lined with turquoise borders of otherwise blue water.

    Our day’s ...

    Corfu, Greece: Day 1

    A travel blog entry by odysseyrevealed on Aug 04, 2008

    1 comment

    ... time and really enjoyed being able to see it in person. I thought I would be disappointed by what was on the internet and what was in reality, but the reality was even better than the photos online, a rarity these days. Really, it was love at first sight. Trying to end the night on a good note, we asked the wedding planner to drop us to a good restaurant. We went to the port and had loads of fish and good ...

    Article: Jammeh Calls for Islamic Solidarity

    A travel blog entry by mafoley on Nov 02, 2007

    ... have done to humanity. During the time of the inquisition when you don't believe in what the Priest or Bishop says, you are burnt in the name of Christianity. But, today they say beheading people in the name of Sharia is inhuman and bad, when they (Christians) used to burn people in those days. Hanging and electrifying someone to death, is not a way of killing a person, according to the Sharia law. We must be steadfast to our beliefs, otherwise when we die, we will all go to ...