Blueparos Pension

Address: Parikia, Paros, Cyclades, 84400, Greece | B&B
 
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Location

This B&B, located in Parikia, is near Parikia Town, Panayia Ekatondapiliani Cathedral, and Archaeological Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Parikia

Santorini to Ios

A travel blog entry by abigailturner on Jun 11, 2015

1 comment, 3 photos

... a lot smaller and shopping is limited. But we walked around town all evening, stopping for a delicious brownie crêpe to share. We took the taxi back to our resort and parted our ways for bed. I had a shower before I went to sleep and I'll never forget the grossness of the bathrooms. Apparently soap isn't a thing in Ios! Air conditioning is five euros a day, so we decided not to get it. Luckily our place cooled off at night and getting into bed was ...

Mykonos

A travel blog entry by jrherbert on Jun 10, 2015

1 comment, 8 photos

The sea was calm again so we only did a little sailing and mostly used the motor to Mykonos, the most commercial and touristy of the Cyclades (with the exception of Santorini?).

Docked at the marina and caught the Seabus to port. We met a gay British couple at the bus stop (one was from Yorkshire). We were worried we might not get on the next Seabus because ...

Paros in the Spring

A travel blog entry by retiredgypsies on Jun 08, 2014

25 photos

... in a very tired Peugot. The shock absorbers/McPherson struts were worn out, as was the clutch. The brakes grabbed the car by the throat at the very last millisecond ( sorry about that seat belt bruise across your chest sweetie, but at least we didn't squish that lizard). The air conditioner needed to be re-conditioned. Best of all was its tendency to stall - even when cruising down the road at 40 kmh! Needless to say, we did return home a little earlier in the day ...

Launching Pad

A travel blog entry by mel44 on Jul 23, 2013

2 comments, 23 photos

... mind when you think of the Greek Islands. The town is pedestrian and filled with people 24 hours a day whether it be the day trippers from cruise ships or the pre/post party revelers coating their stomach with gyros at 4 am. The roads twist and turn in on each other in a way that completely defies all logic. I was chatting with a local and he told me that the town was set up like this so that when pirates invaded all ...

Escape from Paros

A travel blog entry by alandeb on May 25, 2013

1 comment, 37 photos

... somewhat spontaneously ,as we were supposed to be staying an hour and getting the next bus) we did the walk to Prodomos along a marbled Byzantine road (I think that means it’s about 600 years old!) Much of the marbled paving is still in situ; it’s wonderful. The views are brilliant, countryside green and stunning and it’s a great way to walk about 4 – 5 km. An excellent diversion! Once in Prodomos we found a little taverna for ...