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The Small Village has wonderful surroundings, so getting outside and admiring the views is definitely a highlight here. Take a swim in the outdoor pool or lounge around poolside with a drink in hand as you relax in true holiday fashion.
Moreover, the kids will not only have the pool to play around in during their stay, in fact, they will have access to a little playground which will no doubt keep them busy. The onsite restaurant is perfect for a traditional Greek meal during your stay.
Whilst there, you can top up your tan in the hot sun or take a dip in the sea. Or why not make your way into Mastichari Village where you can explore the shops and restaurants? Situated just outside of Mastichari Village, at The Small Village you'll have an outdoor pool, pool bar and a lovely restaurant to dine at. Read more about this hotel. Make yourself at home in one of the 36 individually decorated guestrooms, featuring kitchenettes with refrigerators and stovetops. Rooms have private furnished patios.
Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and satellite programming is available for your entertainment. Buffet breakfasts are available daily from 8 AM to AM for a fee. Overnight Stay Tax, charged per night, per room. The amounts are detailed below and are to be paid directly to the hotel upon check-in:. It definitely is important to be able to appreciate the great things our own countries have to offer.
Well said! I am so happy that you loved our country. Next time when you visit Romania please come and stay with my family for couple of days. We just bought a beautiful house at the countryside.
It might seem odd to that there would be so much even in a smallest place until you look at the history of the country itself. Set high above the Dyfi Valley in rural Wales, the village of Alberllefenni dates back to the 16th century when it was built for workers at a former slate mine. The town is also surrounded by the French Alps, making it even more picturesque! All you needed were very deep pockets to carry out the mandatory renovation work on A Barca's 12 crumbling houses. November 18,
I can send you pictures from the region where we live. This post just helped me decide my next trip! The photos are amazing and Romania sounds like an interesting place to visit. Fantastic to hear! Romania is indeed an interesting place — if you go, I hope you enjoy it! As a tourist in Romania, the north of he country if definitely a place to go that you will never forget, but if you go to Maramures which is North-West, you should not miss Bucovina north-east , same beautiful people and places as in Maramurest, but in the same time totally different in looks, traditions, food and way of living.
Wonderful photos, and wonderful write-up. But please try to imagine those same villages in winter. Then remember that many do not have running water — this is obtained through a well, or communal spring; and the average bathroom is a bowl in the house, with toilet being a pit dug 15yds or more away from the house. What do you DO in winter? Any tips,specific villages,places or regions etc.? Will the weather be a problem? I apprecciate any help,thanks.
I also enjoyed visiting Viscri and its fortified church. This is such a great post! I love rural Romania and I actually plan to move there before it all changes. One of the writers of the blog Dangerous Business has traveled to the villages of Romania to capture a breathtaking view of the past, as it still leaves and […]. I went to Sinaia. Next time I ant to get me a girlfriend there with Ink black hear and green eyes. Oh yaaa.
What are the advantages of living in a small town versus living in a big . for the eating things because we love more and always interested to. A lot of people will not agree with me, but I love the quietness of small villages. It is really great. You can rest on your balcony and only hear the.
I wanted to ask you if I could use your url to reference as the site I found today when googling. Much the same way I felt that momentous day in We visited Bucharest, Brasov and Maramures as well as other cities. I was fifteen when I saw that picturesque scene. Thank you so much. I wanted to share with you what I wrote today. I would also love to stay in touch.. Little did I know that I would be lost in a time warp? After all, I unfortunately have no memory of visiting Maramures wooden churches dating back to the seventeenth century.
This section of Romania tugged at my heart like a long forgotten Brothers Grimm fairytale.