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Re: beer prices

Post by Al » Sat Mar 29, 2008 9:46 am

Hi Mikos

A pint of Beer is around 2-50 to 3-50 Euros
Bottle of Beer 4-50 to 5-00 Euros
Spirit & mixer around 4-00 Euros
Soft Drink 1-50 to 2-50 Euros
A bottle of wine with your meal 8-00 to 12-00 Euros
These are an average some paces will be cheaper others dearer,

But if you have children as we do I like to site on the Balcony after we have put the kids to bed the wife will have a bottle of wine and I will have a few beers we have bought from the supermarket, and sit there a play cards by citronella candle light.

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Re: beer prices

Post by Al » Sat Mar 29, 2008 5:00 pm

Hi Mikos

I did see and now they are active in the Gallery, Thank you very much!! :D
I moved the location to "Loulass Village Aparthotel" so you can find you images there.

I have some photos also from around the same time, I will have to find my scanner and get them put in the gallery also, it brought back some memories see your photos.

All the Best

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Re: beer prices

Post by Chris » Sat Mar 29, 2008 7:25 pm



Cheers Al for the updated price list for drinks etc. Myself I stick to Ouzo and Sprite, around €1.50 to €2.00 a glass. Last time out there, I was getting it for €1.00. Probably because I knew the bar staff well, and I was drinking a lot, :lol:


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Re: beer prices

Post by Chris » Sun Jun 01, 2008 4:42 pm




Cheers Ozzy. Pray do tell that my favourite drink Ouzo and Sprite is still as indicated above €1.50 - €2.00. Have to have my Ouzo and Sprite.

I was trying to think of the name of the Tonic Water on Corfu. Can you help on that. I know it is probably not your tipple, :lol: :lol: :lol: :wink:

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Re: beer prices

Post by Etsiketsi » Tue Jun 03, 2008 2:53 pm

Ozzy

What a wonderful Culture it is as well. When we arrive in Corfu we immediately adopt the local lifestyle and begin taking our Siesta around 4.00 pm for a couple of hours. Trouble is when we get back home it feels unatural not taking Siesta, it's the best part of the day and so refreshing.

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Re: beer prices

Post by Chris » Tue Jun 03, 2008 3:10 pm



Could not agree more Roger. Nothing better than having a glorious day out, at the beach, or some excursion, to be back at the hotel or accommodation by 5ish. A wonderful shower, and then lay down for an hour or two ready for the evening. We usually meet at the hotel bar about 8pm, have a sundowner, and then head of out for the evening. What a life.

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