Andriani's Guest House
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- Airport Transportation
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
TripAdvisor Reviews Andriani's Guest House Mykonos Town
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... to say, we didn't swim for long! We had some nice cool melon during the morning and I also had a refreshingly cold beer. The afternoon comprised of writing a couple of missed journal entries and an amazing lunch. I went for pizza and Lisa had a Greek prawn dish. They were both very well made and tasty as anything. I think we have found a great restaurant here. After lunch we went for a short walk to the end of ...
... theft. A shuttle from Far Out Beach Club was there to pick us all up and take us to the resort. He gave us the key to our "shack" and off we went looking for it. It actually turned out to be not too bad! It reminds me of the yerts in Clear Lake, except not as nice. It's a little small, but there's enough room for two beds and a stool, with white boards covering the entire room. There's a separate building for the bathroom and showers and laundry but ...
... is very beautiful and clean and we were completely trigger-happy with the camera. The narrow alleyways go in all directions and you get completely lost but it doesn't matter. When you are ready to leave, you just head back down to the water. Caught the last (10pm) Seabus back with the gang and had a nightcap at the tavern near our dock.
... very exciting stuff. Hill starts are a bit of a mission on vertical roads when you haven't done one in a while! Biggest problem my Woolworths (Kmart for the Americans among you) bladder! Every pothole was an exercise in clenching! We make it to the top of the hill and the lighthouse, blowing a gale but what a view! Back in our jeeps and we head off down narrower and narrower, bumpier and bumpier roads till we get to a dam, drive over that after a brief stop, to ...
The journey to Mykonos, now referred to as the "Puke Passage," was harrowing. The plan was to depart at 4:00am or 5:00am, but we didn't feel the boat begin to move until about 6:30. Still, we were underway well before anyone was out of bed. And maybe that was the cause of the turbulent stomachs: waking up as though on a roller-coaster. Catherine came to join me and Sam at around 7:00, after noticing Alice had left their room to be with her parents. Catherine didn't want ...