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June 25, 2022

Adriana & David

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We're happy to answer any questions you have! You can email Adriana at keramidastrahl@gmail.com or text at 317.809.8943.
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Where should I fly in to?

Answer

You'll want to fly to the Athens Airport.

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How far away is Evia from Athens?

Answer

Our family home on Evia is about an hour away from Athens by car so we recommend that you stay on the island the night of the wedding.

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Do I need to rent a car?

Answer

We recommend renting a car. Negroponte is not pedestrian-friendly once you leave their campus so you will need either a car or taxi to go to the nearby cities of Eretria and Chalkida. There is limited parking both at the church and at Adriana's family home where the reception will be held so we will be organizing transportation from Negroponte to the church and then on to our house for the reception.

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Where can I stay the night of the wedding?

Answer

We recommend that you stay at Negroponte as we will be organizing transportation from there on the night of the wedding. We have other hotel recommendations under the Evia tab, and this is by no means an exhaustive list. If you want to look for your own hotel, we suggest sticking to the cities of Eretria or Chalkida, or one of the resorts on the road between the two.

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What should I wear to the wedding?

Answer

Semi-formal attire. The church where we will be getting married does not have a specific dress code.

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What can I expect during the ceremony?

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Our ceremony will be around an hour. We have moved the ceremony to a larger church where everyone can be seated inside, but don't be surprised to see Greeks standing and moving around during the service.

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Whats the best way to exchange my money to Euros?

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Theoretically, most places in Greece accept credit cards but we find that it's usually easier to deal in cash, especially when shopping or dining. In our experience, the easiest (and safest) way to get Euros is to use your debit card at an ATM once you're in Greece instead of exchanging a large sum of money upfront. Make sure you notify your bank before you leave!

Question

Are you registered for gifts?

Answer

You flew halfway around the world to be with us...please don't get us anything else!

Question

Where can I find information about the wedding in Indiana?

Answer

davidandadriana.com

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