Angelika Hotel

Address: 42 Andrea Miaouli Street, Hydra, Saronic Gulf Islands, 18040, Greece | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 42 Andrea Miaouli Street, Hydra, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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Travel Blogs from Hydra

Dropping Off the Car and A Ferry to Hydra

A travel blog entry by darnold on Mar 08, 2015

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... I said a little prayer when we dropped off the car, that the week had gone without incident.

I sat with the bags at the port while Caren scouted for food. She brought back sausages on a stick and the best baklava either of us had eaten. It was dripping with honey and delicious. One needed a bath after eating it though.

The ferry ride is less than 1.5 hours to an island with no cars, ...

A Different Boat

A travel blog entry by ireneandchris on Jul 22, 2010

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... disappointed with only one shop showing a few original paintings. Leonard Cohen is supposed to have a house here, looked but didn't see him either!

However the entertainment of the day was sitting at a cafe on the waterfront watching yachts and motor yachts finding somewhere to berth. The harbour is so full of little fishing boats and water taxis that there is only one sea wall for visiting boats to tie ...

Moving Day and dinner goes to ----the Girl Dog

A travel blog entry by paleojohn2010 on Jun 12, 2010

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... a leisurely walk with her. Did I tell you that the house in on top of a hill? A really, big, steep hill? It was the middle of the day when we got here so the sun was high in the sky and there wasn’t a lot of shade on the walk up. We stopped at a local market and picked up the necessities….you know….water, beer and Coca Cola Light. Sue’s son Jason (he is 13 years old) took us up the rest of the way as Sue had to go back to the port to meet a boat that ...


A travel blog entry by eagle10 on Jun 03, 2010

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... which is one of the most beautiful villages on the Argosaronic Gulf. The port area was beautiful, with fishing boats and small sailing boats bearing a variety of flags. We had a wait of several hours before the Hydrofoil arrived, so there was time for a lunch break. This was the last time we'd be using our familiar purple Bus, so the group said 'goodbye' to George, our exceptional Driver. He provided us with a safe and comfortable trip, and was a ...

Flying Dolphins and Cats. Lots of cats.

A travel blog entry by heleneandsteve on Apr 15, 2010

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... the streets were quiet. We were the only customers the entire night at the restaurant where we had dinner. Our hotel had only a handful of guests. For the moment anyway, the locals outnumbered the tourists.
On day two we set out to hike the hills surrounding Hydra Town. There are several monastaries and convents in the hills, some still in operation. The trails leading up to said places can be a bit difficult to find. The maze of streets, not unlike Venice, can be a bit daunting ...