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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Lefteris Mykonos
Very good location, hosts were welcoming, the family live in and run the hotel. The room was small but clean and had everything we required. It was very quiet and central. The large delicious breakfast was served on the top floor large balcony with wonderful views of the bay. I would stay again it was perfect for our 3 nights.
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The taxi driver dropped us off in the square but not at the end of the town where our hotel was so Roger parked me at a point where he could return while he searched for the hotel.
Asking people ended in a shaking of their heads and apologising for not being able to help us. He walked around and around the maze of winding and twisted narrow …
After a quick final yoghurt fruit and honey for breakky, we headed to Parikia to board a fast ferry to Rafina (mainland Greece).
The Sea Jet - funnily enough, this ship was built in FREMANTLE!
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... Isn't it great that we have just spent between 11am and 2pm in the Greek sun. Certainly not something we would be doing at home with all our slip, slop, slap messages!
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