Litsa apartments

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andrew
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Litsa apartments

Post by andrew » Mon Jan 02, 2012 7:12 pm

We visited the Litsa with Thomas Cook last year and had decided to return this year. The apartments were available before Christmas but now seem to have disappeared from the Thomas Cook website and are currently unavailable for any week in 2012. Have they sold out all the rooms or are changes afoot, has anyone any information?
Or possibly I am just confused by the new website!

stu1
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Re: Litsa apartments

Post by stu1 » Tue Jan 03, 2012 7:20 pm

we were having trouble and still are on the TC website since before xmas, they were doing an overhaul to bring prices into line with the high street prices apparently. we eventually got it sorted but saw the price on web and just went in shop and told them the price and booked it there.
Try Manos site also as thats part of TC as thats showing Litsa for July when we are there...

Keith & Sharon
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Re: Litsa apartments

Post by Keith & Sharon » Tue Jan 03, 2012 10:37 pm

Litsa is now coming up on Direct Greece another TC site.Booked for June only last week don't know which part of Litsa we have booked hopefully the newer bit that used to be Manos.New website certainly confusing though.

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Re: Litsa apartments

Post by claire4parea » Fri Feb 03, 2012 5:21 pm

Do you know about GAIA? We want to encourage visitors as well as local residents to support Gaia in West Mani. Those of you who were in Mani last July will remember the serious fires that raged in parts of Mani. Gaia's volunteer fire-fighters spent many hours risking their lives to protect people and property. But they also work throughout the year to make Mani, and especially the Stoupa area, a safer and cleaner area. They are also on call in severe weather, to help with traffic accidents, mountain rescue and medical emergencies as well as protecting local flora and fauna - and it is all vountary. Please consider helping them by becoming a member of Gaia or making a donation. There is a Gaia collecting box at Patriko Bar on Stoupa seafront in the summer (Christina who runs it, is an active volunteer and President of Gaia) An article in 'Inside the Mani (2011)' shows a lot of what they do, and monthly news of their activites is on the http://www.parea-sti-mani.com/index.php ... ge=english website, as well as contact details.http://www.parea-sti-mani.com/activitie ... est%20Mani
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