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

Day trip to Hydra, Poros & Aegina islands

A travel blog entry by bmtravel on Aug 29, 2014

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... cruise back to Athens but we were more than ready to get back to our comfy hotel room when disaster struck - the lock on our hotel room door malfunctioned & it took an hour to gain access & then fix it, by which time it was 9:30pm. Early for dinner by Greek standards but not for us - by that stage we couldn't face heading out so ordered room service, something we very rarely do but was perfect on this ...

The Mountain and the Sea

A travel blog entry by amkozak on Oct 17, 2012

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... chance to step into a local church and light a candle, which I do at all churches I visit; this, a tradition I started years ago when I began visiting churches in France on a school trip. Greek churches are amazingly elaborate, but I don't have any pictures for you. It just does't feel appropriate to take pictures in churches so small and intimate. So use your imagination!


The End of the Aegean

A travel blog entry by ireneandchris on Jul 19, 2010

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Another early start and we set off to cross the final stretch of the Aegean sea. With 45nm to the island of Idra it was going to be at best around 7 hours sailing. And sail we did, quite rough at first and with not another yacht in sight.

As the day passed the wind eased, the sea state flattened out and by the time we rounded ...


A travel blog entry by eagle10 on Jun 03, 2010

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... past the restaurants and shops in the port area and up to our Hotel (about five minutes). There were Donkeys / Mules waiting in the harbor area to transport people or luggage as required (apparently the cost is Eu$10 for 10 minutes, so suitable for rich cruise ship passengers).

Hydra is one of the Saronic Islands and the name is derived from Hydrae, a reference to water. At one time there used to be springs on the island but now all water is ...

Flying Dolphins and Cats. Lots of cats.

A travel blog entry by heleneandsteve on Apr 15, 2010

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... but it also seemed to be a bit more touristy than Hydra. We rented bikes and toured around the island, then picniced on the beach and sifted through tiny pebbles for gems to take home. It was a nice afternoon in the Spring sun watching the water and biking around the roads with few cars and not too many scooters.
The following day we boarded another Flying Dolphin and went back to Athens. There we found a taxi strike, a bus strike, and a train strike. But that's another story....