Thalassa kafe bar

winter time but still good weather, this is the "Thalassa (sea) cafe bar" a nice place to meet with friends for a cafe time !!  :o)

Copyright: Papagrigoriou Athanasios Soulis
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 9256x4628
Taken: 12/11/2011
Uploaded: 14/11/2011
Updated: 16/10/2014


Tags: thalassa; cafe; bar; rodos island
  • Irini over 1 year ago
    we came to spend some time at the beach adjust to this bar. The place is nice, but the wind was too strong and the water was too cold for our kids to enjoy. On the way in we were greeted by an African guy, who is moving around with the water hose to clean the sun beds. While we were deciding to leave and look for another place, we were literary attacked by an African guy and were asked to pay for sitting down. Note: we have not even sit and have not spend even a minute on the sun bed. He was very rude, demanding we have to buy something. I really was going to buy coffee, it was very early morning, but I was shocked with the approach, especially taking into consideration that I was with the children, and they were asking why this man is so rude...To the management: please review the staff at your bar, as the person who cannot deal with clients, cannot work in the service sector. To the African guy: I am not your sista, you better learn manners before approaching your clients and remember. To the local staff, I have no comments, you were nice, polite and attentive.
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