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Professional Fees and Personalized Local Services –Terms and Conditions for AskLeonidas.com Introduction
These Website Standard Terms and Conditions written on this webpage shall manage your use of our website, AskLeonidas accessible at www.askleonidas.com.
These Terms will be applied fully and affect your use of AskLeonidas. By using AskLeonidas, you agreed to accept all terms and conditions written in here. You must not use this Website if you disagree with any of these Standard Terms and Conditions.
Minors or people below 18 years old are not allowed to use this Website Ask Leonidas is a consulting service providing customized trip planning and arrangements for individuals and groups. We charge a professional fee for this service.
We believe it is necessary to customize your trip. This fee is separate and apart from any other costs you may incur for travel e.g. airfare, hotels, guides, ticket reservations, rail or car rental etc. The client is responsible for confirming reservations as well as all the arrangements and the payments which will be made to the service providers.
A non-refundable deposit is required to retain our services.
Our professional fees are non-refundable.

Services – Full payment may be requested at the time of registration for services, including but not limited to English guided tours, driver services, transfer services or any other special service which you book directly.
Payment will follow the policy of the service provider.

Hotels – If you ask us to proceed with the confirmation of the hotel reservation, Ask Leonidas will provide the hotel with your credit card information.
Charges to you will depend on the hotel or booking agent policy – you may be charged the full amount of your stay upon confirmation; you may be charged the total cost of the stay at check out or the hotel may require one (1) night deposit for confirmations. The cancellation and refund policies are hotel specific.
If you ask, we will provide a particular hotel policy before proceeding with your reservations.

Rentals – Apartment and villa rentals require various deposits or prepayment. In general, the entire cost is paid prior to departure and cancellation or refund policy will be available in the rental contract.
Car rental payment depends on the company. However, they are completely refundable if cancelled prior to the date of pick up.

Final Payment – Unless otherwise specified and agreed to, full payment of fees or deposits must be paid 30 days prior to departure. If bookings and itinerary are made 60 days or less prior to departure, full payment is required at time of booking.

Cancellation – We will attempt to assist you in this process however it is the clients’ responsibility to effect cancellations. The effect of the cancellation on your deposit or subsequent charges to your credit card depends on the time of the cancellation and the specific service provider.
Please note that Ask Leonidas does not determine the refund policies of any of the service providers including but not limited to property owners, but, if asked, we will inform you of a specific provider’s policies prior to confirming your trip.
In addition, please take into consideration that consultant fees to Ask Leonidas are not refundable.

Cancellation Insurance – Clients are strongly advised to purchase trip cancellation insurance. There are many providers of this type of insurance and we can provide the names of some companies upon request.

Travel Documents – Each traveller is responsible for obtaining and carrying a valid passport and any other documents required by the Greek government regulations. It is the clients’ responsibility to inform themselves of all requirements for the travel.

Important Information – The hotels, property rental agents and other service suppliers are independent contractors. They are not agents, employees, servants of, or joint ventures with Ask Leonidas.
By booking a trip through Ask Leonidas, you agree that Ask Leonidas will not be liable for any damage, loss (including personal injury, death or property loss or expense occasioned by any act(s) or omission(s) of any hotel employee or agent, any other employee or agent, service provider or occurring in connection with your trip in any manner whatsoever. You also agree to indemnify Ask Leonidas and hold Ask Leonidas harmless for any and all claims. Ask Leonidas in no event shall be held liable for delay(s), change(s), rescheduling(s), or sudden or unanticipated interruption(s) of trip due to illness, death in the family, military or governmental acts(s), act(s) of God or any other reason.

Attorney’s Fees – In the event you cancel your trip or violate any of the above terms and conditions, you will be responsible for all attorney’s fees, costs and any other expenses incurred by Ask Leonidas in pursuing any of its rights and remedies at law or equity. You will be responsible for any judgments, including but not limited to attorney’s fees, costs and any interest, rendered against Ask Leonidas as a result of any suits or claims committed by any third party as a result of your cancellation of violation of this agreement.

Upon payment of deposit, the client agrees to and accepts the above terms and agreements.

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Greece to welcome vaccinated and COVID-negative tourists from May

ATHENS, March 9 (Reuters) – People who are vaccinated against COVID-19, have antibodies or test negative can travel to Greece this summer, Tourism Minister Harry Theocharis said on Tuesday.

Tourism is a major income earner for Greece, which has led calls for an EU-wide vaccination certificate to help unlock travel.

The industry accounts for about a fifth of the Greek economy and employs one in five workers, but arrivals collapsed last year because of the pandemic.

Greece is aiming to kick off its vital summer season by mid-May, said Theocharis as he addressed the ITB Berlin trade show from the Athens Acropolis Museum, home to sculptures from Greek antiquity.

“Greece is ready with a complete protocol for summer 2021,” he said. “Tourists will be welcome if before travel they are either vaccinated, or have antibodies, or test negative. All tourists will be subject to random testing.”

He said the authorities would prioritise the vaccination of people working in the hospitality sector once the most vulnerable were vaccinated, and were mandating the frequent testing of employees.

Greece has imposed a lockdown in several parts of the country to stem the spread of the coronavirus pandemic after a surge in new infections piled pressure on its health system, but it has still fared better than most of Europe with almost 7,000 deaths since the pandemic began. (Reporting by Karolina Tagaris; Editing by Alison Williams)

 

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