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Anne

Member Since 09 Sep 2005
Offline Last Active Jun 23 2009 03:24 PM
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In Topic: Missin Still?

15 December 2005 - 10:51 AM

I have been checking out a Malia forum regularly since this lad went missing and he still hasnt been found. The case was on a Greek Tv program that specialises in finding missing persons but any calls they received proved to be fruitless.

I feel it for the family especially with Christmas coming up.

Anne

In Topic: Palazzo Rimondi Aparthotel, Rethymnon

09 December 2005 - 12:01 PM

Try their website - www.palazzorimondi.com. This should give you any info you need.
Anne

In Topic: Busy Yannis?!?!

09 December 2005 - 11:51 AM

Wow Yiannis, great news and congratulations! I always look forward to each new edition of the Gazette.

What next? Television? :D Watch out Rupert Murdoch!!!

Good Luck with your new venture.

In Topic: Honeymoon In Rethymno

30 November 2005 - 12:57 PM

Robbo

Where are you 'hearing' this and what do you mean by a pub. In Rethymno we dont really have pubs (unless you count the Irish pub) there are mostly cafes and clubs and as far as I know what I said above is the average price for a beer/drink in a cafe.

In tavernas, you can pay as low as 1.50 for a big beer because these places serve food. Some tavernas will have special menus for two people - Greek Salad, 2 Main dishes and house wine for as little as 15 euro.

Anne

In Topic: Honeymoon In Rethymno

29 November 2005 - 11:36 AM

Rethymno, like many other areas of Crete since the introduction of the euro, has become more expensive not only to visit as a tourist but to live here as well. A large beer in a bar/restaurant will cost from 3 to 4 euro. I have never paid 7 euro for a beer and the only place that I can think of that would get away with charging that amount is a nightclub or bouzouki bar with live music.

Aaron - I dont know what website has those remarks but Rethymno has a lovely Old Town with restaurants, bars, cafes, meze shops(restaurants serving lots of small dishes) and shops with traditional produce. Personally I find it very Greek.

Anne