Message posted by jedboy on 06 September 2008 at 4:16pm - IP Logged
hi can any one tell me if it is cheaper to buy sun loungers for 2 weeks on the beach rather than hire them especially with the euro being so low i noticed in blue eyes photos that the beds look like they had been bought and the brollys. thanks jedboy
Message posted by foxylady on 06 September 2008 at 6:41pm - IP Logged
The sun beds and Umbrellas are usually free on St Peters beach but as a courtesy to the owners we like to buy drinks and ice creams coffees and our lunches there.The two tavernas on the beach also have a beach side shower for washing the sand and salt off.
Message posted by blueyes on 06 September 2008 at 9:31pm - IP Logged
As foxylady states the sunbeds and umbrellas are free to use on the beach, as are the sunbeds at Nicholas club pool, the only stipulation at the pool is no food or drinks can be bought from outside and consumed round the pool.
Message posted by foxylady on 06 September 2008 at 11:36pm - IP Logged
Message posted by jedboy on 07 September 2008 at 1:14am - IP Logged
i would like to thank foxylady and blueyes for all their info on niklas club it was very usefull we go for 2 weeks on the 12 6 more days iwill let you know when we get back how we went on i hope we enjoy it once again thankyou very much jedboy
Message posted by blueyes on 07 September 2008 at 12:12pm - IP Logged
Hi jedboy, just a few other little things you may find useful.
By midseptember the evenings are sometimes cool and damp so you may need a lightweight jacket ,cadi or jumper.
If you are unlucky and it rains a cagoule and covered shoes mean you can still get out and about.
If you are very unlucky and you have a storm then a small torch is helpful as sometimes they loose power during the storm and its difficult to find the way to the loo in the pitch dark.
i hope the sun shines for your whole two weeks.
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